When the Liverpool State Emergency Service (SES) outgrew their aging facilities, Liverpool Council chose Dapcor to help them grow.
The previous facility SES was outdated and outgrown. They required a large area to be able to debrief groups, a training facility for new members and a secure place to store their expensive plant and machinery.
Procuring a ‘fit for purpose’ design
Dapcor collaborated with architects, consultants and engineers to procure a “fit for purpose design” for the client.
We designed a complex steel structure to be used as a garage for large vehicles and machines, to be connected to the existing operational building.
Complete internal fitout and extension
Construction included a new structural steel garage along with external civil works to create the new SES Complex.
To minimise disruption to their neighbours, some of the loud and disruptive works were done out of normal business hours.
Construction has now finished and the SES are using their new building, with ample secure space for staff and equipment.