The Built Environment - how far have we changed in 25 years?
WATES IN THE NEWS#
Sir James Wates CBE reflects on the state of the construction industry over the past 25 years and what the future might hold.
2019 Armistice Day: Wates and the Armed Forces
At Wates, we are proud of our association with the armed forces. From supporting the D-Day landings in Normandy during WWII to building a base for the next generation of fighter jets for the RAF.
Will power and public leisure
As an inclusivity champion for construction company Wates, Will Bayley discusses the real power of public leisure facilities in helping people and communities come together and break barriers through sport.
BLOG: Why the rise in absenteeism due to poor mental health is a positive thing
In this blog, John Dunne, Group Safety Health Environment and Quality Director at Wates, outlines why he believes the rise in reported absenteeism due to poor mental health is a positive thing.
BLOG: Award-winning delivery in complex clinical environments
As highly technical and complex clinical environments, science facilities require a very meticulous and collaborative approach to construction.
BLOG: driving performance is reliant on people
People are the lifeline of our industry. With industry growth must come more investment in the future workforce. Read more on why training is so vital to our industry.
CASE STUDY: Wellington Place
Wellington Place’s Grade-A office space in the centre of Leeds is quickly establishing itself as an outstanding new urban quarter and business location of choice for many leading organisations in the north.
CASE STUDY: Hoxton Press
£72m new build residential scheme, providing 198 homes as part of phase 3 for the Colville Estate Regeneration masterplan.
CASE STUDY: Excellent Homes For Life PFI, Kirklees
Wates Residential was the design & build contractor delivering homes across 27 individual rural and urban sites spread throughout the Kirklees Council operating area.