Kemmlit were specified to provide their PRIMO cubicles inside the newly refurbished Cruciform Building at University College London.
The Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research is located inside the Cruciform Building at University College London. The Cruciform Building was completed in 1906 and functioned as University College Hospital for over 90 years, after which it was vacated by the National Health Service.
An extensive £50 million renovation has restored the building to its original grandeur and has created in its interior a modern and high quality infrastructure which will allow it to operate well into the 21st century.
PRIMO cubicles were specified for the male and female washrooms over two floors. PRIMO Kn meets the highest requirements concerning aesthetics and functionality. The system is flush-surfaced and folded on the door stop side. Door and panel elements are made of a 42 mm thick composite elements with internal aluminum frames for maximum stiffness and long durability. A special protective layer on the HPL-surface increases the scratch and wear resistance. PRIMO Kn is suitable for wet and dry rooms.
In this location, bespoke heights, widths and depths were used as the building has unusually low ceilings. Grip bars were also added to the ambulant cubicle for added ease of use. The handwashing stations all use a ‘no touch’ principle for utmost hygiene levels.
Primo 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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