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As facilities managers in businesses across the country search for ways to reduce coronavirus risks in the workplace, T Group Commercial Ltd (TGC) has launched to deliver affordable contactless entry systems and sensor-operated equipment for toilet facilities and washrooms. 

Auto door sensors, sensor door locks, contactless soap dispensers and infrared flush valves and taps are available individually or as part of a complete washroom conversion, with full design, supply and fitting available. Conversions can be completed either by TGC’s experienced installation teams or in conjunction with a client’s existing FM contractors. 

TGC Commercial also offers contact-free solutions for other areas of buildings including brass or antimicrobial door handles, desk dividers, air purifiers and thermometers.

TGC is the new division of T Group Property (TGP), a developer of luxury bespoke homes in prime locations. Since 1988, TGP has overseen development and new build projects ranging in value from £200,000 to more than £90m. Now the company has harnessed the 30 years’ experience of its directors and project managers, and the knowledge and expertise of its wider team, to deliver forward-thinking contactless solutions to businesses. 

Clients benefit from the services of award-winning interior designers, architects, chartered surveyors, civil engineers and building inspectors. The company has also teamed up with Ellis Whittam, a national firm of health and safety consultants, to deliver risk assessments of workspaces and ensure compliance with Government guidelines.

TGC offers a free inspection of washrooms to provide advice on design and delivers a selection of options based on a range of finishes and pricing, whether going contactless on individual pieces of equipment or planning an entire refurbishment. Once a quotation is accepted, a contract of works is scheduled around minimum disruption to the working environment. 

“With coronavirus likely to impact businesses and workplace decisions well into the future, contactless sensor technology is a flexible and cost-effective way to invest in safer working environments to take us into a post-COVID world,” said TGC Managing Director Michael Tucker.

“A recent study showed that under a fifth (18%) of respondents believe that returning to their workplace will be safe.  Converting a washroom utilising our contactless viral protective measures, signals strong commitment by employers and landlords to protect workers and keep them safe from the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses,” Michael continued. 

“We all expect to feel safe, secure and confident at work and that confidence is what TGC expects to help bring back to the workplace.”

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