As with all of MIW’s turnkey rental contracts, the Knight Frank project began with a qualified BWCA (British Water Cooler Association) engineer visiting the sites involved. Combining the customer’s stated requirements and the engineer’s report, MIW was able to help the company identify areas for installation that would cause as little disruption as possible while being as useful as possible to the team.
The Knight Frank Project Management Team specifically requested countertop water dispensers for installation in their offices, floor and wall space often being at a premium. Finding units that would satisfy Knight Frank’s other demands without being floor standing or wall mounted was MIW’s greatest challenge. Delivering an almost continuous supply of chilled, filtered water on demand, MIW’s WRAS-approved (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) premium dispenser was found to be the best fit. Compact, but with a large enough dispensing area to accommodate bottles and glasses, rather than limiting users to disposable cups, the unit is hard-wearing, east to use and easy to wipe clean. The WRAS certification also ensured that the unit met the stringent water authority guidelines supplied by Knight Frank’s Technical Division.
Once the relevant bottle filling stations had been identified, the MIW team were able to table an installation schedule in collaboration with the Knight Frank Project Management Team.