Sanitary Facilities

Sanitary Facilities

Sanitary Facilities in Buildings

Different buildings need different sanitary facilities. Where office spaces may primarily need toilets, healthcare establishments and hospitals have advanced sanitary standards, emphasising accessibility and user-friendliness. We naturally consider these factors and ensure the necessary provisions are in place. Subsequently, we set up various pipeline networks for systems such as fire-fighting water, compressed air, specialised gases and various water grades.

Developments and Consultation

Like all technical utilities in structures, sanitary facilities must meet specific standards and regulations. This could relate to the number and accessibility of toilets or enhanced hygiene provisions in zones where hazardous substances are handled. These standards are perpetually evolving, paralleling our shifting perspectives on user experience, water conservation and the use of eco-friendly materials. All these elements render the design and installation of sanitary facilities more intricate than you might assume. Be it multilayer, steel, plastic or stainless-steel pipes, we possess the expertise to guide our clients in selecting the right material.

Sanitary facilities, including the related pipes and drainage systems, are part of the technical mechanical installations within buildings, along with, for example, ventilation, heating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. We offer these as a comprehensive package. Advantages of this approach are a single point of contact and a unified design for all installations and their accompanying utilities. This substantially reduces the likelihood of design and coordination errors during execution.

Contact

Dirk Vanstraelen

Dirk Vanstraelen

Managing Director
Mourik Technics n.v. Gouverneur Roppesingel 12
B-3500 Hasselt