Temporary Case Studies

Eden Park, New Zealand

Date: October 2011

Venue: Eden Park, New Zealand

Timescale : 3 weeks

Brief: To supply a temporary loo installation for the main Rugby World Cup hospitality facility at Eden Park, Auckland for a capacity of 2500 – 3000 guests in October 2011. No drainage available on the site. General interior design of the facility was “All Black” with the loos required to engage in the theme.

Solution: IGLOOS Panelled loos were the most efficient products to transport in container units due to the flat pack nature of the design. IGLOOS designed a new range of dark wood basins and doors with bespoke rugby ball chrome push plates to reflect the theme.

IGLOOS flew one technician to site to oversee the installation and employed 4 local workers to assist with installation and 2 to assist with de-rig. Consumables and walling materials were sourced from local contractors. IGLOOS vacuum loo tanks were installed to collect the waste and were emptied by local contractors between event days. Mains water was available on the site.

Total installed: WCs x 48, Urinals x 40 Hand basins x 48, Disabled x 4

"I am writing to thank you for the excellent work that helped us to deliver an exceptional hospitality pavilion to our client. The likes of which has never been seen in the part of the World before...The feedback has been fantastic and the stand out aspect being the toilets and you should be very proud"

Zeal Panelled Cubicles

Zeal Panelled Urinals

Panelled disabled hand basin and toilet Zeal Panelled hand basins Zeal Panelled hand basin with lever tap

IECS08_Rugby_World_Cup_New_Zealand.pdf

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