Lindum has renovated and refurbished part of Queen’s Building in Worksop to create a new home for Nottinghamshire Police. The force is now sharing the building with Bassetlaw District Council, as part of a local restructure designed to save money whilst increasing officer presence on the streets.
The project saw the creation of new station facilities, including a vulnerable victims’ suite, interview rooms and new front desk.
Construction work compromised of internal alterations to the second and third floor of the building, including the building of new walls, joinery, fitting of doors, decoration and flooring, together with electrical work to power new lighting circuits, and changes to heating controls. There were external groundworks and new walls required to create a level base for the new police containers
Maintaining continuity of service was critical, as the building was is use throughout the duration of the project. Disruption to the day-to-day running of the police service, and of Bassetlaw District Council, was simply not an option
Our team have experience of working on ‘live’ sites such as this, and so ensured that all work areas were cordoned off, and that any disruptive works were undertaken out of hours.
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