BLOG: The time is right for social enterprises to make a splash in UK construction
Josh Steiner from Wates Construction, looks at how small social enterprises can capitalise on business growth opportunities currently present in the construction sector.
CASE STUDY: National Audit Office
The building required an extensive & complex redevelopment and fit-out of the 21,800m partially Grade II listed 1930s offices.
CASE STUDY: Royal Hospital Chelsea - Long Wards
The Royal Hospital Chelsea required refurbishment & remodelling of the Grade 1 listed buildings to provide modern & suitable accommodation for the future.
BLOG: Up against a brick wall
Steve Beechey, Group Strategy Director & MD Government Affairs talks about the challenges facing the education sector.
VIDEO: Wates and heritage
Selecting the right specialists to manage work on listed buildings is crucial and at Wates, we have a supply chain which shares the same passion and pride as we do.
BLOG: Inspiring the next generation of East Midlands workers
At Wates, we were involved in a range of events over the summer designed to help young people in the East Midlands develop an awareness of the world of work and take their next steps towards a construction career.
CASE STUDY: Cardiff Living
Cardiff Living is an exciting development partnership between Wates Residential and the City of Cardiff Council.
CASE STUDY: Butler's Crescent, Dudley
Mixed tenure residential on a historical site – a 157 home development at the former Dudley Guest Hospital marking a new phase for the historic site.
CASE STUDY: Tree Top Village, Walker
This development was first of its kind in the UK; a building designed to stimulate residents & delay the onset of dementia, influenced by Dr. Hans Becker.