Posted 6th Oct 2016

On The Level chosen for park homes development

By KBBDaily on 6th October 2016 - 09:30am

On The Level has been chosen to design and manufacture a “large and complex complete floor system” for a toilet and shower block for a Sovereign Park & Leisure Homes development.

The floor system was built on a transportable chassis to accommodate toilet and washroom floors as well as sloping wetroom cubicles. It measured around 12m by 5m, according to the company, and was delivered to the site within four working days.

“The original drawing showed shower trays which were only a portion of the shower room – approximately 1350mm x 1000mm,” said On The Level managing director James Clark.

“Producing a former the complete size of the shower room made more sense however, as then it wouldn't matter if water were to spray outside the showering zones, as the whole floor area would incorporate a gradient to the gully which could also be position to suit Sovereign's requirements.”

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