Washroom refurbishment at primary school installed by Maxwood

  • 4 Dec 2013

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The multi-million pound project at Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Acton, involved using the company’s Minimax Shape system for younger children requiring supervision, whilst Myna cubicles with profiled doors were selected for the school’s junior pupils, providing a practical solution to the range of heights of the different age groups.

Maxwood has also provided staff and visitors with unisex washrooms that are designed to meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1991 which specifies the need for wheelchair access in public buildings.

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