Cistermiser valves conserve water

The washrooms in the prestigious new international headquarters of exams group Cambridge Assessment feature the latest infrared water management technology from Cistermiser.

More than 1,600 Cambridge-based employees, formerly based in 11 Cambridge Assessment offices located across the city, have been brought together in the new HQ complex called The Triangle.

The series of linked buildings, sited to the south east of the city centre, have been designed to provide enough office space to eventually accommodate up to 3,000 people by 2025.

96 Cistermiser Direct Flush ‘Discreet’ infrared urinal flush control valves (DFDs) have been installed in The Triangle’s 20 washrooms by M & E sub-contractor Allied Mechanical Services, the main contractor being construction company Bouygues.

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