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.
Celebrating our association with the Armed Forces
As we show our support for Armed Forces Week, we remember our role in supporting the military through World War II and our construction of the Mulberry Harbours.
Re-writing the rule book - The Royal London Hospital Project
Five weeks on from the project’s completion, Rob Clifford, National MEP Director at Wates Group, reflects on his team’s achievements delivering the 14th and 15th floors of the Royal London Hospital.
Delivering a world class sporting venue during a pandemic
Amidst the current Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve worked hard to ensure that progress on the Aquatics Centre in Smethwick isn’t halted while strictly adhering to the Government’s guidance and site operating procedures.
VE Day 75: Celebrating our association with the Armed Forces
As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, we remember our role in supporting the military through World War II and our construction of the Mulberry Harbours.
Supporting ex-service personnel into new careers
“We believe in ‘giving something back’ to those brave and exceptional military personnel who have the potential to be future industry staff. People of this calibre can only benefit our industry.”
Delivering success for the NHS with Group-wide commitment to collaboration
Operations Director Matt Towner explores how the Group’s collaborative effort enabled the Royal London Hospital project to be delivered in record time.
Delivering an emergency project at the Royal London Hospital during COVID-19
Our work has seen us fit out two floors of ICU bed stations spread over six wards within three wings, to provide essential extra capacity for the hospital to save lives during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.