Case study
The Hexagon Theatre

The works comprised of the refurbishment and remodelling to both the ground floor and first floors public WC facilities at the Hexagon Theatre.

Project details

Contract | The Hexagon Theatre
Contract Dates | June 2014 to September 2014
Contract Value | £115k
Client | Reading Borough Council
Principal Designer | Reading Borough Council


The Hexagon Theatre
Queens Walk

What we did

The Hexagon is a multipurpose theatre and arts venue in Reading. The building is regular in use for both commercial and public events. Works included the complete strip out of the existing WC facilities with both mechanical and electrical modifications.

New solid grade laminate toilet cubicles were installed along with vanity units complete with new sanitary ware to both the male and female WC’s on both floors.

New internal doors, floor coverings and decoration works were undertaken as per the client’s specification. Due to the nature of the building, the project was undertaken in a phased programme to cause as little disruption to the Hexagon’s event schedule.

The phasing of the works was taken in two stages, the first floor followed by the ground floor.

Using our experience and expertise in the requirements of this highly specialist area, we worked sensitively to deliver the project successfully to the required high standard.