Waterloo Systems  have introduced computer furniture, school desks, and exam desks into their range of durable school furniture.

The customer built school desks and computer furniture is manufactured from Laminex Compact Laminate and is made to stand the rigorous conditions of any school environment.

Gregg Longmuir, Sales and Marketing Manger for Waterloo Systems explained that computer rooms are becoming an important part of all school facilities and that there is rarely the opportunity to start a building from scratch, so Waterloo custom design the made to measure fitout, keeping the needs of the school in mind.

Waterloo Systems recently fitted out St Stanislaus School in Bathurst, NSW, maximising the use of space in their computer room with a series of bench desks.

“Being a school with great heritage – the room we had to work with was well sized – so we set about maximising the use of space to provide a comfortable training environment for the students’ while meeting the design content of the school and allowing the teacher to monitor the students computer activity.” says Mr. Longmuir. The new Waterloo design enabled 70 students to participate in class with the latest computer technology and also allowed for the required number of power outlets.

Mr Longmuir continued to explain that the computer desks are also durable and graffiti and stain resistant and can withstand whatever kids throw at it. “Laminex Compact Laminate is extremely suitable for desks and school furniture.”

Waterloo has also introduced exam desks into their range that feature quality leg mechanisms and the robust heavy duty Laminex Compact Laminate top. The desks can be stacked, unstacked, thrown around and tipped over for years without showing signs of wear and tear. Replacement tops for existing study and exam desks are also offered.

School desks, computer furniture and exam desks, along with Waterloo’s partitioning and locker systems, will be on display on Stand 76 at The Schools Resources Expo. The expo will be held at Rosehill Racecourse on the 12th and 13th of March 2010.