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The Bathroom Works

National Avenue
Hull
HU5 4HS
www.idealspec.co.uk
Tel +44 (0)870 122 8822
Fax +44 (0)870 122 8282
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Ideal Standard (UK) Ltd

Overview

Ideal Standard supply bathrooms for the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors. They have 180 years of experience in producing practical and innovative solutions for all applications.

CPD Material (2)


Seminar
Hotel Bathrooms and Washrooms
The importance of hotel bathrooms and washrooms to guests is high on the agenda. A poorly equipped bathroom might put a guest off from returning or recommending the hotel to a friend. Sites such as trip Advisor can impact a hotels reputation. This cpd covers the key standards and considerations to make when specifying a hotel bathroom or washroom. These decisions can have a massive impact on running costs as well as guest satisfaction.
- Covers key standards within hotel bathrooms
- Runs through each product area (such as sanitaryware, taps and showering) and explains the opportunities and pitfalls around product choice in a hotel
- Covers key criteria specific to hotels such as safety, water saving, Part M, maintenance and aesthetics
- Overall aim is to maximise the aesthetics, performance and ease of maintenance within a hotel
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Part M – Accessible Bathrooms in the Home
This seminar will:

- Focus on accessibility in new residential Buildings
- Focus on Volume 1 of Part M Building regulations
- Explain the bathroom layouts in detail to help facilitate planning of new residential bathrooms and cloakrooms. There is a particular focus on explaining the realationship between products and wheelchair access zones.
- At the end of the seminar attendees will be able to both understand requirements, why they are in place and know what to do or who to ask when planning residential bathrooms
Material type: Seminar