H.M.P. Low Moss
Project LocationBishopbriggs, Scotland
HMP Low Moss is a new prison in Bishopbriggs Glasgow Scotland , The original HMP Low Moss prison was originally a converted RAF Barrage Balloon Depot, constructed in 1939, which became a prison in 1968. The prison itself was closed in 2002, in early 2007 approval was given for the prison to be rebuilt. The new prison is 3 times the size of the old and can accommodate 700 male inmates with 300 staff in a medium security facility, at a total cost of £116 million
- Antipick 109 was used in the following areas due to it being a finger pick resistant material. In all corridors on Lighting, sound baffles, riser doors, perimeter floors ,
- Stayseal np 75 was used in all cells around furniture sanitary and floor perimeters.
- 825 was used in exterenal expansion joints and external window perimeters.
- Hybriflex FL was used for all the external floor slab joints.
- forever white was used in the Kitchen areas due to its mould resistance .