James Gregg, Managing Director of Wates FM, shares his insight on the vital role FM has to play in shaping the future of the built environment and the industry’s secret to a more sustainable future.
New Queen Elizabeth Unit at the Royal London Hospital
Paul Chandler, Executive Managing Director at Wates Construction Group, at the opening of the new Queen Elizabeth Unit at the Royal London Hospital alongside Her Majesty the Queen.
What next for the high street?
WATES IN THE NEWS
On December 3rd 2020, Kate Ives, Development Director for Wates Residential, joined a panel of industry specialists for one the first in a series of highly-engaging webinars, hosted by Cratus.
Expanding our fire safety portfolio: maintaining high standards in a challenging sector
David Morgan, Executive Managing Director, Wates Property Services, shares fire safety and maintenance best practice in a covid-led world.
Delivering zero-carbon school buildings
As part of our Wates Summer Series, involving experts from across the industry, we discussed delivering zero-carbon school buildings. Stephen Beechey, Group Public Sector Director, shares the key points from the workshop in the following blog.
Taking the plunge: From plumbing to supervisor
Syma Khatun – Supervisor at Wates Living Space – shares her motivations to pursue a career change at Wates. Read her blog…
Putting communities at the heart of residential design
Kates Ives, Development Director for Wates Residential, has recently contributed to ‘Ideas on Co-creation: Listening, Trusting, Communicating, Empowering, Advocating‘, an insight report edited by leading architecture practice, Sheppard Robson.
Celebrating our NHS heroes together
03 JULY 2020
We are proud to be a signatory to the /Together campaign, which aims to harness and build on the renewed sense of community spirit which we have seen over the past months.
Operating an essential site during uncertain times
John Carlin, Regional MD Wates Construction Midlands, explores how new ways of working are helping to deliver one of the Midlands’ most challenging and important projects
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