Redingensians Rugby Union Club chooses Kemmlit

Redingensians Rugby Union Club chooses Kemmlit

Redingensians Rugby Union Club, officially opened by RFU President Jonathan Dance, have specified Kemmlit Apex cubicles for their washroom facilities.

Based near Sonning , founded in 1924, the National league playing club recently completed an impressive £750,000 redevelopment of its club house with financial support from Sports England and the RFU.

The club is now able to prove superb facilities for club members and also attract non rugby related events including meetings, presentations and receptions.

For the clubs' washroom facilities, Kemmlit's Apex Cubicle System in blue and grey was specified by architects Orange Key and installed by Kemmlit's own contractors.

Apex cubicles although very economical and hard wearing, have high specification features including 13mm solid grade laminate panels, rebated doors and stainless steel fittings.

Its robust construction and easy to clean and maintain surfaces makes the Apex cubicle the ideal choice for washroom applications and supported with a 25 year Kemmlit warranty, whole life costings are far more attractive than comparable systems.

Available in a range of colours and finishes Apex cubicles are part of an extensive range of high performance cubicle and locker systems from Kemmlit UK who also offer a design, project management and installation service.

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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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