Graham Plumbers’ Merchant has recently supplied Willmott Dixon Interiors with a range of brassware and sanitaryware products for Twickenham Stadium’s East Stand redevelopment.
The full £34 million fit-out encompassed 11,000m2 of hospitality space and took 40 weeks to complete. The finished East Stand now consists of six floors of event space for private hire, including bars, restaurants, conference facilities and a rooftop rose garden, for use on both match and non-match days.
Graham Plumbers’ Merchant supplied contractors Willmott Dixon Interiors with a variety of sanitaryware products, brassware and other items such as hand driers and washroom accessories. The products were used to fit-out washroom areas across all six floors, including accessible WCs, cleaners’ stores and staff areas.
David Stephens, Estimating Services Manager Commercial Sales and Spares for the South at Graham was behind the lengthy strategy for the project and engaged in several value engineering exercises with the Willmott Dixon Interiors team to select the best products for the job.
Chris Musson was Senior Quantity Surveyor on the project for Wilmott Dixon Interiors. Chris commented: ‘The service we received from Graham was excellent from inception to project completion,” he said.