SEH French Construction has a huge breadth of knowledge and experience in delivering high-quality projects for the public service sector. Our previous work in this field has included the construction of new fire stations and education centres.
It is imperative that buildings constructed for public services are built on-time, on-budget and with the needs of the end user at the forefront of all operations. These buildings must be safe, durable and allow public services to carry out their work efficiently.
It is this need for such a high standard of quality and efficiency that has led to SEH French Construction being trusted for numerous public service builds in recent years. Our in-house expertise allows us to deliver multi-purpose buildings that meet specific client needs.
Our projects in the public service sector include work for the Fire and Police services, as well as the NHS.
One of our recent public service sector projects was the construction of a new single-storey fire station for Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service. This also involved constructing an appliance bay, ancillary areas and a training tower. This training tower was designed to represent a residential house as we thoroughly considered the needs of the end user.
Construction in the public service sector often priorities sustainability. At SEH French, we mirror this approach and adopt a proactive attitude to environmental issues, remaining aware of our effects on the environment and balancing these with our business aims.
The exhibition centre we constructed at Longstanton on the Cambridgeshire guided busway achieved a BREEAM ‘excellent’ rating and the Green Apple award for features such as a green roof, a ground source heat pump and the potential to be connected into the future eco-town power grid.
For every project, working with either large or small budgets and to a variety of end purposes, SEH French Construction is expertly positioned to deliver high-quality and sustainable buildings for the public service sector.