Wates Construction starts work on HMP Stocken building

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Leading contractor Wates Construction has commenced work on a new £24m building at HMP Stocken on behalf of the Ministry of Justice.

Construction at HMP Stocken has begun following a package of on-site enabling works. The Rutland project will include a 206-bed house block, a kitchen, an activities building and an extension to existing car parking facilities.

The new development will be delivered to BIM level 2 and is scheduled for completion in summer 2018. Throughout the work, Wates has made a commitment to partner with local suppliers and sub-contractors to use its presence on site to create local opportunities for employment and training.

Ian Vickers, Managing Director of Wates Construction Home Counties, commented:

“We have worked closely with the Ministry of Justice to develop a design and build programme that will meet their needs for a robust, secure and fit-for-purpose housing block at HMP Stocken.

Our meticulous approach to this project and our application of BIM level 2 will ensure an effective and efficient build programme, an approach upon which we have built our reputation as a trusted and expert contractor for the government sector.”