Waterman coordinated the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process for the development of the St James Quarter in Edinburgh.
Waterman worked with Lend Lease to put forward planning applications to develop three areas of the £3 billion Elephant & Castle regeneration project.
An iconic complex of 229 luxury apartments, together with some commercial accommodation, spread across five buildings on the south bank of the Thames next to the Tate Modern.
Two Fifty One, formerly known as Eileen House, is set to become the latest addition to London’s iconic skyline.
Based in London’s Mayfair, the development is mixed-use, comprising a high value residential block, commercial offices, private members’ club and library, as well as a smaller residential block.
The stunning Royal Star and Garter has a colourful past, with links to royalty and major events in British history. Waterman were appointed to act as the structural and civil engineers for this major development.
Marble Arch Place is the landmark development from Almacantar and The Portman Estate, which will be London’s premier mixed-use scheme in a spectacular location overlooking Hyde Park.
Battersea Power Station is a residential led mixed-use redevelopment on a 39-acre site which includes the Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station.
The Vantage is a large residential development in South Dublin which is specifically designed for the rental market.
Peruvian Wharf is a mixed-use scheme comprising of 946 residential units; 527m2 of commercial floorspace; 1,841m2 of flexible community floorspace; and public and private landscaped open space.
Clongriffin Town Centre is currently undergoing a major development including new residential units, office and retail space, further to leisure, healthcare, school and public transport facilities.
The Ballymun Regeneration project was Dublin City Council’s flagship urban regeneration project, designed to replace a run down 1960’s social housing project.
Casino Apartments consists of 110 high-quality apartments on the site of Casino Cottage, in the heart of Malahide Village.
Pembrin Wood is a high-quality infill development consisting of 7 large detached houses off Beech Park Road in the leafy suburb of Foxrock, in South Dublin.
Honeypark is a large new residential community set in the heart of Dun Laoghaire.
This high profile residential scheme in Dublin presents a mix of new-build townhouses, apartments and conversions of historic army barracks buildings, which gives the development a distinctive and unique identity.
Rockfield & Riversdale is a major mixed-use development, located along the alignment of Dublin’s Green LUAS line.
This scheme involved the refurbishment and upgrading of the existing four-storey Mary Aikenhead House complex on James Street, Dublin 8. Constructed in the 1940’s, the complex comprises two blocks, one of which encloses a courtyard.
Bower Mapson’s development The Buttercross, Witney, comprises an extra care apartment block and 106 two, three and four bedroom houses and apartments built using a range of materials sensitive to Cotswolds style.
Lots Road is a major mixed-use redevelopment of a former power station situated either side of Chelsea Creek on the north bank of the River Thames in Chelsea.
An iconic residential development, the building overlooks Battersea Reach on the riverside site of the former Hovis Flour Mills.
Waterman played a key role in a recent major project at Southampton University, the construction of Mayflower Halls, student accommodation in the heart of the city’s cultural quarter.
Sustainability was certainly a top priority throughout the design and construction of this brand new student accommodation in the West Hill Green area of Winchester.
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