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The first in a series of three EIA-focused videos, our specialist EIA team give an insight into the role EIA plays in developments, explain how they became EIA consultants and share what it’s like to be part of Waterman’s UK-wide team.
Get inspired by our female engineers and scientists on International Women in Engineering Day. #INWED2022
Our volunteers from Waterman Aspen and Waterman Infrastructure & Environment got stuck in alongside the team at Kingsbury Water Park, a 600-acre country park located in Warwickshire. Together, they built a new timber kit bridge and maintained the overgrown habitat bordering the network of nature trails.
Charlie Scott and Rebecca Cadwallader discuss designing and building London’s largest circular economy structure at Canada Waters’ Paper Garden as our volunteer team tackle a range of tasks on site.
Izzy Gibbons, a Civil and Structural Engineering student at Newcastle University, shares her experiences of a summer placement with our structures team in London.
Ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, we caught up with our brand partner Ojie Edoburun to gain insight into how is preparing for his bid to compete at the Tokyo Olympics this summer.
In this video, we join Waterman’s apprentices on a team building exercise at the Bowles Rock’s outdoor learning and development centre.
Hear from Waterman’s apprentices about their careers as they undertake a comprehensive site visit at one of our projects, K1 Knightsbridge.
Discover the innovative design solutions behind Confetti’s new Digital Media Hub.
Co-working and SMART technology has radically impacted how offices are designed and used in London.
Get inspired by our female engineers and scientists on International Women in Engineering Day. #INWED2021
This year’s #INWED20 campaign focusses on the achievements of our inspirational female engineers as part of their #ShapeTheWorld theme.
We are proud to introduce our latest video as we celebrate the sixth year of International Women in Engineering Day (#INWED19) on 23 June.
Magdalena Figan, a Principal Public Health Engineer, talks about studying engineering in two languages and why it’s important to love what you do.
Lara Knapman, a Senior Associate Director, tells us why she always wanted a career that contributed towards a sustainable future.
Georgia Lilley, a Structures Design Engineer Apprentice, explains how her love of Physics led to a career in engineering and becoming a STEM Ambassador.
Charlotte Hitchens, a Graduate Structures Engineer, talks about why it’s important to showcase the growing number of successful women in the industry.
Ros Boalch, Associate Director, explains how her love of the environment and embracing new challenges has paved the way to her perfect career.
Joanna Ward, a Principal Transport Planner, tells us why she has always been fascinated by travel and why raising the profile of women in the industry is so important.
Alice Franks, Emily Wingrove, Jennifer Camilletti, Juliet Harshaw, Rand Jasim and Ottavia Rispoli give insight into their careers and the variety of opportunities our industry offers.
Undergraduate Placement Civil Engineer from Waterman Aspen in Coventry gives her thoughts on being a female engineer.
Graduate from our Structures team in London tells us why she loves being an engineer.
Senior Engineer from our Infrastructure & Environment team in Redhill talks about highlights in her career.
Associate Director from our Structures team in London shares her career journey and what led her to become an engineer.
Graduate Engineer from our Infrastructure & Environment team in Manchester talks about her opportunity to leave a mark on the world.
Our female role models in Waterman, Lisa Rapson, Miriam Spatafora and Sophie McCabe talk about their amazing careers in engineering and the opportunities available in this exciting industry.
Waterman’s Walkabout challenge saw teams across the UK compete to be the first to complete a 1,500 km walk, raising £3,000 for CALM – the Campaign Against Living Miserably.
Our teams, pets and families are all coming together, dressing up in yellow to bring the sunshine indoors, as we are joining YoungMinds #HelloYellow campaign ahead of WorldMentalHealthDay on Saturday 10th October.