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West Midlands Police Authority Lloyd House

Refurbishment of Lloyd House for West Midlands Police Authority, procured under Scape Group's National framework

Project Stats

87 weeks
£28 million
166,237 sq ft

Project Story

Willmott Dixon's team of blue light specialists worked closely with West Midlands Police Authority to refurbish Lloyd House, which has been the force's headquarters since 1974, supporting 800 staff from a range of departments.

Willmott Dixon provided full refurbishment to transform the existing space into a bright, modern and IT focused working environment for the 21st Century. The improved working environment for West Midlands Police staff includes open and flexible floor plans, allowing more workers to be accommodated in the building.

The scope of work included internal reconfiguration and refurbishment, replacement and upgrade of building services, over-cladding of the existing facade with an insulated render system, and new windows.
Project Outcomes
  • Modern facilities and better use of space
  • Brings under one roof functions split across several locations
  • Will save the force millions in costs
  • Successfully completed in a live environment

Project Team

Jolene McLaren × Regional Head of Business Development (Midlands)
Consultant team
Architect: Associated Architects
Structural Engineer: Ramboll Building
Services Engineer: Couch Perry & Wilkes
“The Lloyd House refurbishment is an important step for the force. It allows the rationalisation of the Birmingham city centre estate that will yield large savings and enable us to provide a better service to the public”
David Jamieson
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner
“This is the most extensive refurbishment programme West Midlands Police has undertaken, enabling the force to modernise office space to allow more flexible, fit for purpose and cost effective working environments”
Richard Meffen
Programme lead for the force

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