Skip to content Skip to main menu

Case Studies

At Morgan Sindall Construction, our purpose is to create inspiring places that enhance the communities in which we all live, learn, work, play, care and protect.

Take a look at the case studies of just some of the projects our teams have delivered for our customers.

Search By

Collaborative Teaching Laboratory

Morgan Sindall Construction was appointed to build the new Collaborative Teaching Laboratory (CTL) for the University of Birmingham at its main Edgbaston campus. The new building will facilitate the teaching of science, technology, engineering …

Read More

Highfields Spencer Academy

Highfields Spencer Academy is a fantastic and colourful learning environment for a brand-new housing community on the outskirts of Derby. Within weeks of being open, it has brought together the community and has become …

Read More

Enterprise Centre, University of East Anglia

The Enterprise Centre is pioneering in its construction techniques, may of which featured a number of ‘world firsts’ for the Construction industry. With dual certification of Passivhaus and BREEAM Outstanding accreditation, this exemplary low …

Read More

Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

In 1972, the RAF gifted an MK.XVI Spitfire to the City of Stoke-on-Trent to commemorate the original designer of the Spitfire, Reginald Mitchell, who was born in Stoke. To celebrate its importance, the Council …

Read More

Lambeth Town Hall

The ‘Your New Town Hall’ project has rejuvenated Lambeth’s historic Grade II-listed, Edwardian town hall, driven by the Council’s ambition to provide a modern, energy efficient worksplace while increasing public access and community use.

Read More

Woodside & Gorbals Health & Care Centres

Morgan Sindall Construction delivered two brand-new primary care facilities to modernise the services available to patients in the Glasgow and Clyde area.

The health centres provided state of the art facilities for a range …

Read More

55 Colmore Row

The project involved the restoration of a building one of Birmingham’s most iconic addresses – 55 Colmore Row. The team had to carefully work around the building's Grade II-listed Victorian terrace, whilst adding three …

Read More