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Emergency services & custodial

Providing secure and efficient emergency and custodial facilities

Working with customers and resident stakeholders to provide the right solutions for the community.

We are proud to deliver secure and efficient facilities that help emergency services serve the community. Working for emergency service authorities, we deliver projects for police, prison, healthcare, andfire and rescue teams, providing design, build and refurbishment services to create efficient environments for custodial and emergency service activity.

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Building on our experience of working in the defence and prison sectors, we have established a reputation for excellence and are experienced at working within security protocols. We also understand the requirement to maintain operation of existing buildings while new facilities are developed. Take a look at some of our projects below.

Outside of the Merseyside Police Operational Command Centre
Morgan Sindall Construction successfully delivered Merseyside Police’s new £48 million Operational Command Centre (OCC) on the Estuary Business Park in Speke
The entrance to HMP Perth
HMP Perth: Split into two phases the project involved construction of a new 285 cell houseblock, a precast structure to create a bespoke four-level high security prison building, a new-build visitor complex and refurbishment works throughout the complex
Picture of Riverside East, which was built for the Scottish Police Force
Riverside East: 12,500 metre square office accommodation over five floors for 800 staff including a large number of functions for Scotland’s Police Force, the project was awarded a BREEAM Excellent rating
Front of the Kings Lynn Police station, showing steps up to the main entrance
King's Lynn Police Station continued to be fully operational throughout the construction process, special briefings were held on ‘pinch points’ to assist the development of logistics and working plans around emergency service operations

Case Studies