Nottingham Forest Football Club’s Brian Clough Stand was upgraded to provide better facilities for its fans.
With the ability to accommodate approximately 10,000 people, the stand’s toilet facilities are frequently visited.
Therefore, it was important that they were targeted for renovation, along with the club’s Executive Area and Player’s Suite.
Swish Building Products’ Marbrex interior wall cladding was specified to complete the refurbishment of the male and female toilets.
Used as a wall covering in the three toilet facilities, the cladding system was selected for its contemporary aesthetic and ease of installation.
Manufactured with PVC-U, the tile-effect cladding is also easy to clean and maintain.
It can be fitted within half the time of tiling and installed over existing tiles on walls and ceilings.
The waterproof panels are also insulated to reduce damp, condensation and the growth of mould.
Swish Building Products,
Pioneer House, Mariner,
Lichfield Road Industrial Estate,
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