Part of the National Building Economic Stimulus Plan released on February 3, 2009 was the Building the Education Revolution (BER) program, an initiative that will fund building and upgrades to school facilities, benefitting the broader community. Some of these projects may include libraries, multi-purpose halls, secondary school science laboratories, and language learning centres.   

Galvin Engineering manufacture a range of robust school tapware and drainage products, designed to withstand the frequent workloads seen in schools, universities, institutions and public facilities.  

Key features of tapware from Galvin Engineering:  

  • Durable, vandal resistant designs ideal for public areas.
  • Australian made and approved to AS/NZS 3718. WELS rated to 5 and 6 stars for maximum water efficiency and compliant with green building codes.
  • Heavy duty, long-lasting chrome plated finish.
  • Selected ranges of tapware units are approved to the Schools Facilities Standard (SFS) Specification by the NSW Department of Commerce.
  • The option of chemical resistant epoxy coating.  
Special units can manufactured to meet individual specifications. Galvin Engineering has worked with State government departments, including the NSW Government, for many years, to supply a number schools with high quality commercial tapware and drains.