Our specialist team spans all engineering and environmental disciplines, including structures, building services, net zero and sustainability, environmental, transport and infrastructure.

Underpinned by our collaborative culture, we work together to create sustainable solutions to complex challenges, building a better environment for people and the planet.

We provide targeted cross-discipline planning, design, project delivery and advisory input across the property, infrastructure, environment and energy markets, and we support schemes throughout their whole lifecycle, from inception through to completion and beyond. Our extensive portfolio spans property and buildings, acquisition, environmental consultancy, power and energy, roads, highways and rail infrastructure, urban and regional planning.

Find out more about each of our disciplinary areas below.

Our Disciplines

“We face ever changing challenges and increasing complexity in the real estate sector, but Waterman has consistently helped us innovate and stay ahead of the curve with lateral thinking and engineering approaches that have product, customer and commercial focus.”

Brett Wharton, Founder and CEO, Polestar

Net Zero
& Sustainability

We ensure sustainability and net zero principals are embedded in every project at every opportunity.

& Appraisal

The ability to accurately assess the true value of any acquisition or asset is pivotal in the decision making process of any scheme.

Planning &

Exemplary designs need the best site teams to bring them to life, and we take great pride in helping you realise your vision.

Construction & Development

We cover all sectors and span all engineering and environmental disciplines, bringing the right expertise at each stage.

Operation &
Asset Management

Our in–house expertise provides you with a total solution to help you manage and operate your assets.


We recognise the need to optimise the value of your assets whether they are newly constructed properties or existing building stock.

Project Lifecycle Support