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The Regs: Disabled WCs


As I am a Registered Architectural Ironmonger, I am in a position to correctly specify the ironmongery in accordance to the ever evolving and updated regulations, but this means that what is specified should not be changed due to budget, as this practice will leave the architect exposed. Using a fully qualified AI and sticking to the specification is one way of not having your fingers burnt. Mark Corlick, Reg AI 444, Dip GAI mark.corlick@yannedis.com

Posted date

9 December, 2009

Posted time

12:08 pm