Project News : Lincolnshire Blue Light Campus
Contractor: Wilmott Dixon
Location: Lincolnshire Blue Light Campus, South Park Avenue, Lincoln.
Bailey Streetscene supplied a Cycle/Motorcycle Shelter as well as a large monopitch vehicle canopy to the new combined campus for Lincolnshire Fire, Police and Ambulance services.
The Stoke Shelter is one of our most versatile and popular shelters - this 16 metre unit supplied and installed by our team will hold up to 24 bikes and 10 motorcycles. Our Mono Pitch Canopy was designed and manufactured by our in-house bespoke solutions team to the specific requirements of the Facility and provides shelter for 6 of Lincoln's Emergency service fleet vehicles.
The cutting edge blue light campus was designed by Norr Architects and completed by Wilmott Dixon in September 2019. It brings together Lincolnshire’s fire and rescue, police force and ambulance service under one roof in a bright and modern facility in Lincoln.
Marc Jones, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire:
"Our emergency services will now work together to deliver a first-class tri-services campus to meet the future needs of the county. By sharing headquarters with the fire and rescue service, both organisations can adapt more easily to change and improve their ways of working, including making best use of technological advancements that are so important to efficiency. The new tri-service campus will allow us to create an operational and integrated base fit for the next generation. At the same time, we will be able to work more closely together – a significant advantage in many emergency situations as well as being of benefit to the taxpayers of Lincolnshire.”
It is the latest in a new generation of ‘blue light’ facilities that have been commissioned around the UK. All these facilities aim to create an environment that generates better efficiencies by allowing emergency service teams to work together in one place, rather than in a network of smaller offices dispersed across a wide area.
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