INSIGHT: Response to consultation on the recruitment and retention of women into construction
Read our response to Inquiry by All Party Parliamentary Group for Excellence in the Built Environment
BLOG: Ian Vickers: Buy local and leave a legacy
Whether a commercial office development, new school or leisure facility, the schemes we build ultimately take root within the surrounding local community and have a tangible impact upon the built environment and local economy.
2018 Wates Annual Review
The Wates Group Annual Review 2018: Creating tomorrow together
2018 Wates company credentials
An introduction to Wates, its companies and performance in 2018.
BLOG: Buy local and buy social - an investment contractors can make in society
Louise Ratcliffe discusses the role social enterprises play in building successful, sustainable communities when part of a local supply chain.
BLOG: Trading with social enterprises is more than socially responsible - it's good business sense.
Investment in the social enterprise sector from our Luton office reached £420k in 2018, generating a total of £743k of social value for the surrounding regions.
BLOG: Rebuilding the college where my construction career began
I have always wanted to work within the property and construction industry and my apprenticeship was the first step towards doing that.
BLOG: Wates & Mental Health - Time to Talk Day
At Wates, the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees is central to our business ethos and success. This includes mental health as much as physical safety.
BLOG: My Apprenticeship at Wates is giving me a head start to a career in construction
Going to university is often seen as the only path to career success but with the prospect of a five-figure debt and no guaranteed job at the end of it, Julia Cox has chosen an alternative route to a future in construction.