2020 continues to challenge us. While we’re collectively navigating a ‘new normal’, there is one thing that we as a nation have embraced; we’ve hit the reset button and discovered a new work-life balance.
Moving more cellular: The impact of Covid on office design
The meteoric rise in open plan living has dominated our home environments over the past decade and this has also been reflected in our work domains. However, a change in office trend has been forecast, prompted by the global pandemic and requirement for social distancing.
The benefits for working closer to home
With the majority of us forced to work from home during lockdown, the appetite for lengthy commutes to the workplace has drastically reduced. Our working life has been reshaped and businesses are being forced to adjust and become more adaptable to employee needs.
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 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.
Topping out ceremony held for science park building
WATES IN THE NEWS
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.
BLOG: Region's Built Environment must up its game in response to rising 'senior living' development
An increase in investment in high-end retirement developments across the south must be met with innovation and adaptability if the senior living sector is to realise its emerging potential.
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