Client: Transatlantic Consolidated Limited
Contractor: P T Ranson Ltd
Type of works: supply of Crosswater bathroom products from the Watersquare and Love Me ranges.
When Transatlantic Consolidated Limited, the owner of a former farm complex in High Callerton, Ponteland, Newcastle-upon-Tyne required products for the bathrooms of the Callerton Gate housing development, Crosswater retailer, PT Ranson Ltd stepped up.
Callerton Gate is a unique development of former nineteenth century farm buildings that have been converted into four substantial, stunning and contemporary homes.
The developers, Transatlantic Consolidated, wanted the bathrooms of each property to be of a very high standard. Graham Guymer, on behalf of Transatlantic Consolidated Limited comments: We used Crosswater in Callerton Gate because the design brief for the development was to deliver homes which were without compromise, finished to the highest possible standard and whilst respecting the historic nature of the original stone buildings oozed 21st Century style. Crosswater offered a contemporary and very on-trend solution to the project.
Gateshead bathroom retailer, P T Ranson Ltd, designed the bathrooms for the development and specified brassware specialist Crosswater for the project. Transatlantic Consolidated approached P T Ranson Ltd and was wowed by the Crosswater products on display in the showroom.
Paul Randall of P T Ranson Ltd comments: Crosswater have an unrivalled versatility, allowing shower valves, basin taps and bath taps to be matched throughout each and every room. From a designer's point of view, it becomes a great deal easier than trying to use different manufacturers for taps and then trying to find a shower valve that looks similar. The overall product quality is excellent, and the stock quantities are unrivalled. All products are available on a next day delivery, backed by generous guarantees and knowledgeable technical services. If only the rest of the Bathroom industry could take a leaf from their book.
Ranges used within the development included Watersquare and Love Me.