Wates increases blue light portfolio in Merseyside
Wates has been appointed to build a brand new fire station in St Helens, the third development for Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service in four years.
Wates recruitment drive with MEPC's Wellington Place to help tackle homelessness
Wates Construction currently delivering MEPCs Wellington Place in Leeds is set to grow its team on site with the roll out of a pilot employment scheme to help tackle homelessness.
Saughall Massie fire station to become home to new community defibrillator
Wates Construction, currently building Merseyside Fire and Rescue Authoritys new Saughall Massie Fire Station, has gifted a brand new defibrillator to the community as part of its ongoing community work in Wirral.
Wates Construction reveals landmark £135m Axis Square appointment
Wates has been appointed to Buildings One and Four of LCRs development, with the buildings designed to achieve BREEAM Excellent rating. The project will create 50 apprenticeships and 200 training courses with work starting on site in April 2019.
Wates secures second project in Mersey Fire Estates Programme
Wates Construction has been appointed to build Merseyside Fire and Rescue Services (MFRS) Saughall Massie Fire Station following the contractors completion of the new Community Fire and Police Station in Prescot.
Wates builds Wellington Place presence with appointment to MEPC's government hub
Leading contractor, Wates Construction has been awarded the contract to build the next two buildings at MEPC’s Wellington Place, further extending its presence at Leeds’ new urban quarter.
Farnborough International's expansion programme takes off in Hampshire
Building work on the new Hall 1 at Farnborough Internationals new Exhibition and Conference Centre is progressing at pace as Wates Construction, flies high with the venues 1,300-tonne steel frame.
Bebington Police Station officially reopens its doors
13 FEBRUARY 2017
The newly refurbished Bebington Police station opened which stood closed and empty for three years, following a six-month renovation by Wates Smartspace.
Major wins in South West push Wates regional work-winning to c. £150m
Leading contractor, Wates Construction, is set to grow its South West and Southern Home Counties project portfolio following its appointment to build Salmon Harvesters 3 Glass Wharf in Bristol and refurbish Dysons Malmesbury-based head office.
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