Client Case Studies

National Tool Hire Company

Client: National Tool Hire Company Services:Construction and events toilets Event type:

We supply a range of toilets to this national tool hire company’s customers, covering their diverse needs. We supply and service construction sites as well as supplying toilets for events, across the nation providing our trademark reliable service.

Wedding

Client: Wedding Services:Luxury trailer toilets Event type: Wedding

The client had been looking for a toilet trailer that could be installed into their marquee and match the stylish decor of their wedding. We organised a site visit and consulted the happy couple to find out which toilets would suit their event best. We suggested a luxury 3 + 1 trailer and the bride to be was very pleased, the modern interior suited the event perfectly and the loos were as lovely as the rest of the venue!

Latitude

Client: Latitude Services:Luxury and regular loos Event type: Festival

Over 60,000 people attended Latitude and our mission was to supply and service the toilets, keeping the queues down throughout the event!

We successfully serviced the campsite toilets twice per day and kept the arena toilets manned throughout the hours the arena was open, servicing them regularly throughout the day.

We also supplied luxury and high-end toilets for backstage bars and artists.

V Festival

Client: V Festival Services:Luxury and regular loos Event type: Festival

We provided general public toilets and luxury toilets to both of the V Festivals, in Chelmsford and Western Park. Over 200,000 ticket holders attended the event over the four day period.

As part of our brief, we supplied and serviced the toilets that were arranged throughout the main arena, campsites and staff and backstage areas. The arena toilets were manned during the arena opening times with a troop of organised and efficient cleaners and a management team to keep things running smoothly.

We also supplied some loos with a little more luxury; ticket holders could buy an exclusive pass for the weekend giving them access to our  sister company’s, Hullabaloos, luxury fresh water flushing trailers and we also installed private toilet trailers for headline artists and backstage VIP bars

Virgin London Marathon

Client: Virgin London Marathon Services:Start line loos Event type: Mass participation sporting event

We provided over 1000 toilet units for 35,000 runners  and more spectators at the start line for the London marathon. Our brief was to create an efficient soultion that could be set up with a short build and unload time to minimise the disruption for the Royal Parks and residents of the area.

We had an efficient layout of the loos to ensure that the runners were able to access toilets as quickly as possible, including providing urinals that are suitable for both women and men, complete with sanitiser stations. We had a permanent  team of cleaners working throughout the event. We also provided the toilets for disabled athletes and the public.

We have been supplying the toilets for the last seven years.

Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Client: Queen's Diamond Jubilee Services:Full install Event type: Large event

After successfully supplying the toilets for the celebrations across the capital for Kate and Will’s wedding, we were invited back the next year for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. We had the honour to supply over a thousand portable toilets across London’s city centre for the big event. The operation took lots of careful planning and coordination and the whole team pulled together to make the day itself run without a hitch.

Womad

Client: Womad Services:Full install Event type: Large event

Womad is a large, family friendly festival that prides itself on being clean. We visited their site and carried out a full consultation process. They wanted to take a fresh approach to festival toilets so we built them some brand new toilets that were totally bespoke… the la di da! We provided 600 toilets in total, including trailers, high techs and vacuum units. Our toilets reached the peak of the fame on the Young Apprentice 2012, when the girls team failed to sell their ‘loo in a box’ products because the toilets were so lovely!