Our Schemes

Filter By:

Clear Filters

Showing Results For:

Commercial Build
Blue Light
mailto

Cleveland Community Safety Hub

£10.7m

Cleveland Community Safety Hub - £10.7m

The 36,000ft2 Cleveland Community Safety Hub provides a modern day, innovative and efficient headquarters for Cleveland Police Force and partner agencies.

The Community Safety Hub houses the core function of the Police Force, the control room, the Senior Management Team and Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland.

Internally, the main entrance includes a café and community facilities and the open office space provides flexible and alternative working areas.

Car parking facilities include 205 staff parking spaces along with 24 visitor spaces. A small memorial garden/space is included in the approach to site for both staff and visitors to use, its location is intended to be a public recognition and contemplation space.

Modern construction methods and innovative technologies have provided a state-of-the-art building which has reduced running costs by £200,000 per year compared to those of the former Headquarters.

Energy usage is minimised through LED lighting and water saving WCs, and power is generated from the array of Photovoltaics. An attenuation pond has been constructed to allow attenuation from the application site and wider site.

100 tonnes of Teesside Steel was used in the construction of the scheme along with a further 140 tonnes from other British sites around the UK, further embedding it into the community.

Aldine House

£1.3m

Aldine House - £1.3m

Aldine House is a modern, purpose built secure centre for young people aged between 10-17 located on the outskirts of the City of Sheffield.

The scheme involved the construction of a two-storey extension and the conversion of an under-croft area into useable space.

All elements of the new building, including fixtures and fittings, were designed and installed to a specification befitting a secure unit.

The facility includes classrooms, a design and technology workshop, sports hall, kitchen, gym and en-suite bedrooms.

The under-croft conversion provides a space for both visitors and staff, including the creation of a meeting room, training rooms, sleep over areas and a medical room.

Community Fire Station

£2.3m

Community Fire Station - £2.3m

The scheme comprised the relocation of the existing station to a new site within the grounds of Hexham General Hospital, following the previous facility located at Tyne Mills Industrial Estate being deemed as no longer fit for purpose.

The project involved the completion of alterations and an extension to a former hospital building, with the new facility able to house two fire appliances and a specialist Swift Water Rescue Unit.

The facility provides a new three-storey training tower and training yard to enable training for various situations. The station was designed to be similar to other fire and rescue stations across the country.

Lionheart Community Fire Station

£5.3m

Lionheart Community Fire Station - £5.3m

The state-of-the-art fire station and expanded council depot were constructed on the outskirts of Alnwick. The new fire station replaces the outdated station on South Road with an improved, cost efficient and purpose-built facility.

The land adjacent the Lionheart Depot in Alnwick provided the ideal location for a new station.

The benefits of the new station include improved community services, service delivery and modern facilities. Following a simplistic design, the station combines three different blocks which includes housing accommodation, appliance bays, office, gym, command centre and reception.

The training tower is 3 three storeys in height and provides a modern and up to date training facility which can simulate a number of different situations. The existing car parking provision was refurbished, providing 126 parking spaces for staff and visitors.

The existing council storage and workshops on the site were retained and modified and a new storage area created. The mezzanine level was removed to allow the facility to be reconfigured as a vehicle workshop and MOT area and the first floor refurbished to provide modern office space.

In addition, a new hardstanding area for Council Vehicles with refuelling facilities and storage were also constructed.

Fire and Rescue Station

£3.1m

Fire and Rescue Station - £3.1m

The project comprised the construction of a new Community Fire Station and Fire Training House. The fire station provides a range of operational, administrative and training accommodation including a 4-bay appliance unit.

Contact our Business Development Team

Please get in touch with our business development team, we are keen to hear about all potential business development opportunities.