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Galliford Try secures £95m prison contract


A £95 million contract has been awarded to Galliford Try’s Building division to construct a new detention facility at HMP Rye Hill. For the benefit of the Ministry of Justice, G4S Care & Justice Services Limited and Onley Jail Services Limited jointly administer and run the for-profit prison.

“The custodial sector remains a major aspect of our Sustainable Growth Strategy pursuing high-quality projects within the public sphere,” said Bill Hocking, chief executive of Galliford Try. We are eager to collaborate with G4S and the MoJ to bring this addition to HMP Rye Hill, which will enhance the amenities for the staff, inmates, and visitors.

Sex offenders are housed at Rye Hill, a category B male prison close to Rugby. Carillion constructed it, and it debuted in 2001.


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