Danny Ingoldsby, Assistant Surveyor, explains why investment in social value and social enterprises matters in our latest blog.
Any government seeking to deliver on its promises is going to need a healthy family business sector to get anything done
25 November 2021
Sir James Wates has underlined the importance of family businesses to the UK’s long term economic success, as Family Business Week gets underway.
John Dunne - Green TV's Decarbonisation Summit 2021 at the COP26 climate conference
COP26 saw the last-minute agreement of the Glasgow Climate Pact to accelerate action on climate change. But, with so many of us wondering whether this deal is enough, it is clear there is no time to lose in swiftly addressing the impacts that we ourselves are having on the environment.
Going the extra mile is what sets us apart
Sandra Thomas discusses the care and consideration that is required to ensure staff remain happy in their role, and how communication is key during the process.
Armistice Day - In remembrance
As we show our support for Armistice Day, we remember our role in supporting the military through World War II and our construction of the Mulberry Harbours.
"There is no Planet B"
Designing, constructing and maintaining buildings in response to the challenge of climate change. Watch our video documentary.
Connecting innovators with large corporates is key to achieving COP26 goals
Dr. Zainab Dangana discusses how connecting innovators, such as those that are a part of the Wates Innovation Network portal, with large companies is key to achieving the COP26 goals.
British Library Boston Spa
The British Library redevelopment at Boston Spa, West Yorkshire, involves the construction of a new 28m high, 5274m2 ground-breaking, fully automated net zero carbon archive building.
Wates Virtual Insight Day 2021
Join us for our second Virtual Insight Day on 16 November 2021 to find out more about careers in the construction industry.
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