Bushboard’s ‘high class’ commercial washroom chosen for Church of Scientology HQ
Paraline Platinum cubicles chosen for commercial washroom refurb
Saint Hill Manor situated near East Grinstead, Sussex, is the British headquarters of the Church of Scientology. The Saint Hill castle was built in 1968, the refurbishment enhanced the existing beauty of the building by maintaining a consistent design theme throughout.
Head of Logistics, Anna Pizevska chose Bushboard’s Paraline Platinum full height cubicle range, with beautifully crafted streamlined pilasters and headrail and Walnut doors. Paraline Platinum was the perfect commercial washroom for the theme of the building.
‘I had to choose a cubicle system that would complement the rest of the building; Bushboard’s Paraline Platinum was the perfect choice as it is very high class looking and works well, it was the exactly what we were looking for. The brushed stainless steel effect pilasters make the cubicles look more solid, and they are very durable.’
To complete the washrooms Anna decided upon Bushboard’s luxurious solid surface counter top vanity with integral basins, ‘We wanted a solid surface top for the washrooms as we preferred the look and the practicality of the material, it was the perfect choice.’
Bushboard’s Ready Plumbed Modules (RPM) were specified for the job meaning all sanitaryware and brassware were pre-plumbed in the factory before arriving on site, saving installation time as well as being within budget.
Bushboard’s exclusive sanitaryware, SanCeram. Chartham wall hung WC’s and urinals were chosen adding a touch of sophistication to the washrooms. ‘They were chosen as they are economical; it’s very good looking, the style and shape are perfect.’
Anna was pleased with the overall customer service received, from her initial enquiry, to approving the drawings and the delivery of the commercial washrooms, ‘I liked how I wasn’t left to just get on with it all myself.’
Since the grand opening Anna has had great feedback from staff and students, the most popular reaction being ‘Wow!’.