We are pleased to announce the completion of the refurbishment of the public toilets at Norwich Castle Museum.
The works involved completely overhauling both the Male and Female toilets, located in the lower floors of the Castle Museum. Cubicles, vanity units, suspended ceilings, flooring, lighting and hand-dryers were all replaced to a high specification, while new cladded walls were built. The result is a very modern and attractive set of customers toilets, now open to the public.
Working in the basement of the Castle provided its challenges for our workforce but nothing they couldn’t overcome. The works were completed promptly in just 6 weeks, during which time customers used a temporary set of toilets located in the car park.
It was a privilege to undertake works in such an iconic building in Norwich.