Bathroom Floor Slope; your letter dated 23rd December Ref – xxx180
To : xxx ENGINEERING AND CONTRACTING .Co .L.L.C
Attention : Mr. xxx
Project : xxx STAFF ACCOMADATION
Subject : Bathroom Floor Slope; your letter dated 23rd December Ref –xxx 180
Dear Mr. Jamal,
We refer to your aforementioned letter and our meeting on the 25th of December xxx.
- At the outset, we would to set the issue under discussion:
1/ the sloping under discussion are related to the dry area.
2/ the sloping in the wet area or shower area are satisfactory and not part of this discussion.
3/ the wet area and dry areas are separated by a high threshold.
The slope in the dry area; the facts:
1/ xxx manufactured and built the slope in this area as per the agreed design and approved shop drawings. This area was designed with a flat surface. Please see attached drawing in appendix 1.
2/ the slope in this area were discussed during the design phase. xxx proposed sloping around the trap (which requires cut tiles) but the consultant/Engineer asked us to cancel the cutting around the floor trap and leave it only for the wet/ shower area. Please refer to attached letter from you stating this fact (Ref No: xxx-13-244-JRA-xxx-xxx) under appendix 2.
3/ xxx provided a 5MM slope distributed around the floor. It is impossible to provide more slopes around the floor trap without cutting the tiles as stated during the design phase.
4/ xxx built and supplied two mockups at site. These Pods were inspected and approved from your side; thereafter we have started the production.
In conclusion, xxx manufactured and supplied the bathroom pods as per your instructions, approved design, and approved mockup.
On a separate note, generally the floor traps and drains provided in dry area are provided for cleaning purposes accordingly, strong slopes are not normally required.