Kemmlit Cubicles chosen for Cheltenham Racecourse again

Kemmlit Cubicles chosen for Cheltenham Racecourse again

The new five-and –half storey Cheltenham Racecourse Grandstand is is the final part of a £45million redevelopment of the famous racecourse to be completed and was officially opened by The Princess Royal in November. It will provide bars, toilets, restaurants, private boxes and viewing facilities for racegoers.

Designed by architects Robert Limbrick and constructed by Kier, this impressive grandstand features Kemmlit’s NiUU cubicles in the washroom areas on levels 3 and 4.

NiUU is a high specification cubicle system designed for washroom applications in the public, leisure, hotel and commercial sectors.

Architectural inspired features include ; clean vertical lines, a smooth surface, rebated doors with precise aluminium edges , innovative ‘floating effect’ leg construction, floor to ceiling option and various colourways, surfaces, trims and different system heights.

NiUU cubicles are available with 30 mm or 38 mm melamine resin coated wooden constructed doors and walls. The elements framed with a 3 mm thick ABS-edge trim and reinforced aluminium edge protectors.

Trims, hinges and connection elements are made of anodised aluminium and a rod grip handle with integrated LED ‘occupied’ display is a notable feature.

Kemmlit had previously installed cubicle systems in the ‘See You Then’ bar facility –one of the first parts of the racecourse to open.

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Kemmlit UK supply and install toilet and changing cubicles, vanity units, lockers and associated products for washrooms and changing areas manufactured by KEMMLIT GmbH. KEMMLIT is renowned for producing high quality, architecturally designed...
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