The development of a range of new homes and community benefits at a site in Walberton, West Sussex, is an example of what is achievable in planning and development terms with the right engagement from all stakeholders.
This 15-year contract started in April 2013 and involves the delivery of a programme of full maintenance works across Wolverhampton’s stock of approximately 7,000 homes.
Wates Living Space has delivered day to day responsive repairs, fire safety works and planned maintenance services for the Housing Association Peabody, since June 2017.
West Midlands Police HQ, Birmingham
The first evidence of success in Wates FM’s ambition to broaden its remit into the public sector came in September 2019, with the award of its first public sector contract, for West Midlands Police.
DLA Piper’s offices need to be fully functional 24 hours a day, all year round, to ensure that it can respond to client needs around the world at any time.
National Horizons Centre, Darlington
The National Horizons Centre marks the start of an era of pioneering innovation and research in UK bioscience at Teesside University.
The Bank, Birmingham
The £36m, 33-storey development, comprising 217 luxury apartments, topped with a two-storey crown structure containing loft-style penthouses, is now Birmingham’s tallest residential building.
Women in Construction - tackling the misconceptions
WATES IN THE NEWS
Sarah Seabright and Rebecca Shiels from Wates Construction talk through their experiences of being a woman in the construction industry.
Building an £83m skyscraper with minimal working at height
WATES IN THE NEWS
The lack of space around the 33-storey mixed-use development at Anthology Hale, has meant a range of innovative solutions from engineering to technological and logistical had to be introduced. Read more to find out how this was accomplished.