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.
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
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.
Women in Construction - tackling the misconceptions
WATES IN THE NEWS
Sarah Seabright and Rebecca Shiels from Wates Construction talk through their experiences of being a woman in the construction industry.
Building an £83m skyscraper with minimal working at height
WATES IN THE NEWS
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: Little Ilford School, Newham
This 10,703m² new build four-storey 10 FE 1,525-capacity secondary school was constructed on playing fields adjacent to the existing school.
CASE STUDY: London Business School
A comprehensive structural upgrade, refurbishment and new build extensions to the former Marylebone Town Hall forming a new state-of-the-art campus.
CASE STUDY: Sheffield UTC
Remodelling and refurbishment of the Victorian-era Sydney Works building on a tight urban site for 600 students.
CASE STUDY: Werneth Secondary School, Stockport
Construction of a new 10,043m² three-storey 1,359-pupil secondary school on a live site.