With a focus on recovery after the disruption of a natural event, Exeloo public amenity units feature advanced technology to ensure a rapid response during emergencies and asset survivability.
Cashmere Valley Reserve, Christchurch NZ. Exeloo Jupiter Single cubicle unit - regional standard following earthquake sustainability review.
Planning and procurement decisions are increasingly focussed on assets that can be rapidly brought online after environmental emergencies. Expertise in infrastructure crises management is becoming an important focus, and choosing the right infrastructure system will save time and resources when it counts.
Public amenities taken for granted in good times become vital during and after the disruption of a natural event. Water safety and sanitation is the highest priority for disaster-hit areas as diseases such as Typhoid and Hepatitis can ravage displaced populations. Public toilet systems that can withstand these events are seen as vital infrastructure investments.
Endeavour Park, Fairfield Council NSW. Exeloo Eurokit unit fitted with Flood Protection Kit.
Exeloo units are structurally superior, with connection systems proven to withstand earthquake and flood events. New ‘plug and play’ technology allows disconnection of vital electrical systems before an event and the ability to relocate the entire buildings to safe ground afterwards, increasing the assets survivability.
Exeloo toilets can often be easily recovered, eliminating the need to write off valuable amenities and avoiding the costs and delays inherent in rebuilding.
Pigeon Bay, Christchurch NZ. Exeloo Jupiter Triple cubicle unit - regional standard following earthquake sustainability review.
At Exeloo, new construction approaches reflect how buildings react in a crisis, which has led to some interesting discoveries. For instance, improvements in their frame integrity instigated small changes to stiffen the building’s frame, and increased load capacity improved strength for high wind environments.
Integrated frame and floor systems mean Exeloo units easily cope with severe vibration, increasing the unit’s survivability in earthquakes.
Horsley Park, Fairfield Council NSW. Exeloo Eurokit unit fitted with Flood Protection Kit.
The new Exeloo intelligent systems add up to faster response times, lower costs of reconnection, and healthier communities in times of infrastructure disruption. Many of these advances come standard for Exeloo toilets. Additional items, like Flood Protection Kits, can be added with the longer term view of the life of the asset in mind.
With a greater focus on climate emergencies at home and around the world, Exeloo’s ability to respond credibly and swiftly will increasingly define the measure of asset management success.
Exeloo will be participating in a number of exhibition shows throughout October and December. To discuss your next project visit the Exeloo stand at:
- Local Government Property Professionals Conference (LGPP) 12 – 13 October
- Local Government Association of Queensland Conference (LGAQ) 16 – 18 October
- Local Government New South Wales Conference (LG NSW) 4 – 6 December
Alternatively, view the entire Exeloo range on their website or contact them via the activated links below.