Scottish crime campus wins awards


Scottish crime campus

A new £75m Scottish Crime Campus in Lanarkshire has continued to win both acclaim and awards from many different sources since it’s formal opening by HRH Princess Royal last summer.

This new crime-fighting hub combines various agencies, including the police, forensics, customs and the prosecution service. It has a remit to spearhead Scotland’s approach to tackle head-on organised crime and terrorism.

Housed in a new 4-storey building occupying 22,500 sq. m. of floor space every aspect of the new building was carefully planned and designed. This included the M&E system that Grundfos Pumps worked in association with Vaughan Engineering to ensure that this aspect also met the highest standards and demands.

Selecting only the most energy efficient pumps from the Grundfos portfolio, the new building has been fitted with state-of-the-art pumps. These include models from the award winning MAGNA3 circulator range, TPED in-line twin head pumps as well as a Hydro MPC-E booster set and pressurisation equipment.

With criminals becoming ever more sophisticated the stand that needs to be taken to deal with them must also reflect this. This new building is a great example of how a combined leading edge approach in all aspects can deliver a solution that is fit for purpose from both a practical and sustainable perspective.