south west

Wates in the South West has been established in the area for nearly 15 years, with an office in Bristol and a recently opened office in Exeter.  We are accomplished at understanding our client’s needs, managing client risk and providing them with solutions, which makes us a leading competitor in this region. 

Major projects include:

  • Aztec 500, Bristol - £23m design & build
  • Project Grace, Bristol – Refurbishment and extension of existing 5 storey office block
  • John Hunt of Everest Community Campus - £22m college
  • Working with Bristol City Council on a five year major repairs and improvement programme to their housing stock

Wates South West’s commitment to the local community was evident at the annual Wates Community Day where they carried out four projects in the local area ranging from clearing gardens in school to painting four rooms at Southampton General Hospital.

related project stories

The Hub, 500 Aztec West

This project for a key client of Wates was the new build of a £23 million office block in Bristol.Our team already had a very successful relationship with the client and were keen...

Cockington Court, Torbay

UPDATE January 2011In the last quarter of 2010, our team at Cockington Court have continued to work hard towards the April handover. As the work on site progressed, our people were...

Chipping Sodbury School, South Gloucestershire

Completed in July 2010, this £3million project consisted of the construction of a new sports hall and all weather pitches for Chipping Sodbury School.The main challenge faced...

Kingswood Civic Centre and Locality Hub

 UPDATE: August 2011Our project team handed over the keys to Council Leader, Cllr John Calway, joined by representatives from the Council’s Children, Young People and Families...

Wates Construction begin works on Kingswood Hub

14 September, 2010

A ceremony to mark work starting on site at the new Kingswood children’s Locality Hub has taken place.Wates Construction employees were joined by local Councillors to turn the first...