Manchester

Manchester

6th Floor
Trinity Court
16 John Dalton Street
Manchester
M2 6HY

t: +44 161 839 8392

Our Experts

Located close to Manchester’s Spinningfields cultural hub, our office in the Trinity building offers an ideal place from which to make the most of this vibrant area. Our welcoming and diverse team is working on some of the most prestigious and innovative projects in Manchester, across the UK and around the world.

From sustainability-focused offices and commercial premises to cutting-edge sports and leisure facilities such as the Manchester Velodrome, and from award-winning infrastructure and transport developments to major new residential communities, we are supporting schemes across a huge range of sectors. Find out more about a selection of our projects below.

You are always welcome to visit or contact us to find out more about our services and discuss how our team can support your next project.

Andy Ferguson
Managing Director,
Infrastructure and
Environment

Since joining in 2002, Andy has been pivotal in the growth of Waterman’s regional offices and in 2009 he became a board director for the company’s infrastructure and environmental consulting business.

He has led major commercial, residential land, urban regeneration, and strategic infrastructure projects. During his career, he has delivered master planning advice, together with infrastructure and environmental engineering design, for both private and public sector clients in support of some the most significant developments across the UK. With over 25 years’ industry experience, Andrew is passionate about unlocking the potential of development sites, with a focus on creating places for the future that  provide neighbourhood communities which are connected, sustainable and offer a high quality of life. Andrew’s extensive portfolio includes The Trans Pennine Route Upgrade, Halsnead Garden Village, Barnsley Market Gate Bridge and Carrington’s Voltage Park.

Tim Davies
Director,
Building Services

Tim is a Director for Building Services responsible for the management of our Manchester team. A registered CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant who is passionate about engineering and sustainability, Tim plays an active role in the project design process and has led a number of prestigious sustainability – focused projects, both new build and refurbishments, including the National Cycling Centre.

With 30 years’ experience, Tim has supported schemes across a wide range of sectors including education, healthcare, residential, commercial, retail, hotel and sports venues.

A Chartered Engineer and a member of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers, Tim has also previously participated in the preparation and publication of CIBSE Guides.

John Hughes
Director,
Infrastructure and
Environment

John joined Waterman in 2000 and became a Regional Director in 2011. Throughout his career with Waterman, he has been instrumental in the diversification and growth of the infrastructure and environment business in the North of England. A specialist in land conditions, John also leads our key frameworks with Merseytravel and West Yorkshire Combined Authority. His project highlights include the Liverpool Cruise Liner Terminal, the Isle of Man Ferry Terminal, Manchester’s Voltage Logistics Park, and Merseyside’s Green Bus Routes. John’s strategic thinking, collaborative approach and stakeholder engagement skills facilitate the unlocking of development sites that would normally be prohibitive due to site constraints or abnormal costs.

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Andrew Davies
Regional Director,
Structures

Net Zero
& Sustainability

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

Acquisition
& 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 &
Design

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.

Divestment

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

Project Lifecycle Support

Latest News & Projects

Waterman champions hybrid working through Manchester relocation to prime Trinity building

Following a period of sustained growth in the north-west, Waterman is pleased to announce that we are relocating our Manchester presence to Helical’s premium Trinity office building on John Dalton Street.

Through our commitment to a ten-year lease on over 4,000 sq ft of prime office space located on the sixth floor, the move will allow us to fully embrace hybrid working practices.

Harnessing 100% cloud-based technology, the new space will focus on facilitating team collaboration amongst our environmental and engineering specialists who will utilise the UK’s leading desk booking system to maximise the flexibility and efficiency of the premises.

In addition to a variety of collaborative spaces, the Trinity move will also provide our team with an improved welfare offering and will boost their green travel options through the extensive bike storage area and onsite changing and drying areas.

In a recent statement, William Parry, Senior Property Executive at Helical, said: “Trinity is becoming a hub of activity as central Manchester comes back to life this spring… Waterman Group is a perfect fit for Trinity. The company aligns well with current occupiers at Trinity including AEW Architects, Kennedys Solicitors and Saffery Champness.”

Commenting on the relocation, Waterman’s Chief Operating Officer, Neil Humphrey, said: “I am delighted that we have secured our new Manchester home at Trinity. Responding to our continued growth in the north-west region, the move underlines our commitment to retaining our central Manchester presence. This will allow us to stay close to our clients and other professional teams, whilst also offering an inspiring working environment for our team and clients as we continue to drive our collaborative, people-focussed culture.”

Waterman’s multidiscipline team in Manchester is supporting a diverse range of schemes, including Liverpool’s new Cruise Liner Terminal, major strategic regeneration projects such as Halsnead Garden Village and the Lancashire Central masterplan, sector-leading leisure, hotel and sporting developments such as Moxy Manchester City Hotel, Animate Preston and the refurbishment of Manchester’s National Cycling Centre. In addition, our specialists are playing a leading role in a wide range of public sector frameworks, strategic infrastructure projects, education and university schemes.

Led by Andrew Ferguson, John Hughes, Tim Davies, Matthew Wright and Andrew Davies, the team is looking forward to welcoming existing and new clients to our new premises from 1st July, located at 16 John Dalton St, Manchester, M2 6HY.

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