Designed by Falconer Chester Hall and now under construction by BCEGI, the 34-storey, New York-inspired Lexington will provide 325 high quality homes designed exclusively for build-to-rent, with apartments ranging from studios to three bedrooms.
The £90m scheme is due for completion in 2021 and forms part of Liverpool Waters – a £5.6 billion project to regenerate Liverpool Docks.
Offsite Solutions has developed the stylish shower pods to Moda Living’s specification which includes contemporary grey porcelain tiling throughout, square wall-mounted wash hand basin, and deluxe-sized, thermostatically-controlled rainfall shower with separate hand-held shower.
A cabinet recessed into the wall adds a sleek finish and clean lines to the shower rooms.
The pods are all floorless – a unique pod solution engineered to avoid the need for a recess in the floor slab and minimise floor build-up for each storey whilst achieving continuous level floors throughout the apartments.
Derek Mullarkey, Construction Manager at BCEGI said, “Bathroom pods give us the benefit of simplified logistics, reducing the number of subcontractors on site by around six trades. The consistent and superior quality of pods is a huge advantage.
“Quality is often the biggest issue with in-situ fit out on major apartments projects. This then causes issues at handover because of the different skillsets involved in bathroom construction.
“Offsite Solutions’ pods are very good quality and their organisation for site delivery has been exceptional – consistently on time and with excellent communications. Their approach has been thorough in every area.”