• Foundation reuse creates sustainable landmark

    An extensive sustainability agenda, incorporating the reuse of existing piles, resulted in a 16-storey London commercial development replacing an old eight-storey structure.

    2 October 2013
  • Waterman appoint new Board Director

    In line with an increase in activity in the Central London property sector, Waterman is preparing for a period of more sustained growth.

    27 September 2013
  • Anaerobic Digestion Project in North Wales

    His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has visited Wales’s first anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, which has been built specifically under the Welsh Government’s renewable energy policy.

    24 September 2013
  • Engineering Trail App

    Waterman has recently taken part in the creation of a new augmented reality app ‘Engineering Trail’, which is being developed as part of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering’s (ACE) centenary celebrations.

    17 September 2013
  • We are recruiting Engineers and Revit technicians

    Waterman Structures is looking to appoint engineers and revit technicians at all grades for projects in London.

    14 August 2013
  • Former Triangle Volvo site receives green light

    London Borough of Hackney has granted planning permission for the re-development of the former Triangle Volvo site in Stamford Hill (N16), in the north-east of the borough.

    7 August 2013
  • Waterman win SSD Award for AirW1

    Last week, Waterman’s David Fung collected a BCSA Structural Steelwork Design Award at a ceremony held in Madame Tussauds in London.

    16 July 2013
  • St Albans Academy wins RIBA Awards

    Waterman are delighted that St Albans Academy, Birmingham, has been awarded both a RIBA West Midlands Regional and National Award.

    27 June 2013
  • Great Ancoats Street

    Henderson UK Retail Warehouse Fund, has secured planning permission for the food store led regeneration of Central Retail Park, Great Ancoats Street in Manchester.

    7 June 2013
  • TBM Arrival at Woolwich Station Box

    Following the completion of the below ground Station Box structure and hand over to Crossrail ahead of the programme in February/March 2013, a significant milestone was achieved by arrival of the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), named Sophia on 21st May 2013.

    6 June 2013
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