Wates Developments’ scheme at Ringwood in Hampshire is a great example of an integrated planning approach that has delivered a truly mixed-use development meeting the needs of families, the elderly and local businesses alike.
CASE STUDY: Walberton, West Sussex
The development of a range of new homes and community benefits at a site in Walberton, West Sussex, is an example of what is achievable in planning and development terms with the right engagement from all stakeholders.
CASE STUDY: National Horizons Centre, Darlington
The National Horizons Centre marks the start of an era of pioneering innovation and research in UK bioscience at Teesside University.
CASE STUDY: The Bank, Birmingham
The £36m, 33-storey development, comprising 217 luxury apartments, topped with a two-storey crown structure containing loft-style penthouses, is now Birmingham’s tallest residential building.
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.
CASE STUDY: HMRC Queen Elizabeth House, Edinburgh
Wates Smartspace was the lead contractor in the fit out for the creation of the UK Government Hub in Edinburgh.
CASE STUDY: M&S
Wates has been involved in the refurbishment and fitout of M&S stores for over 16 years, delivering over £500m of work across three workstreams.
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.