WATES IN THE NEWS: Women in Construction - tackling the misconceptions
Sarah Seabright and Rebecca Shiels from Wates Construction talk through their experiences of being a woman in the construction industry.
WATES IN THE NEWS: Building an £83m skyscraper with minimal working at height
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.
WATES IN THE NEWS: Topping out ceremony held for science park building
Wates Construction held a topping out ceremony to celebrate the latest milestone in the creation of a new HQ for leading software company The Access Group.
WATES IN THE NEWS: The Built Environment how far have we changed in 25 years?
Sir James Wates CBE reflects on the state of the construction industry over the past 25 years and what the future might hold.
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: Notting Hill - Planned and Responsive Maintenance
Wates delivers planned and responsive maintenance services across the south, north east and outer west areas of Notting Hill.
CASE STUDY: Longhurst Homes
Ten-year contract managing a programme of repairs, compliance work, void refurbishments and planned maintenance of the Group’s stock of c.16,000 homes across the Midlands.
CASE STUDY: Barry Jackson Tower
Wates transformed a disused 20-storey tower block into much-needed temporary accommodation for up to 160 families.