WJ UK, part of the global WJ Group, are pleased to announce the relaunch of our brand new, refurbished website.
Pumping tests are a viral tool in the design and implementation of robust dewatering systems. These tests also act as a key aspect of any groundwater investigation, ground source energy project or water supply well borehole construction.
We are pleased to announce our returning intern – Jack Lawrie. Welcome back Jack!
At WJ we pride ourselves on our talented and experienced staff, across the board, both on-site and in the office.
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WJ Groundwater is pleased to announce its latest dewatering project in Blackpool – once the home of the tallest roller-coaster and one of the most recognizable buildings in the UK, the Blackpool Tower. This project is based at Blackpool South and has been devised in order to improve the quality of the local bathing water
The beginning of a new era has been ushered in at the Doha headquarters in Qatar. WJ Groundwater Qatar has finally bid farewell to 2016, the Fereej Kulaib office and moved to new premises in Fereej Bin Omran. The move was finalised on the last day of February (2017). Read more here at our Middle
WJ Groundwater is pleased to announce that since the beginning of February 2017, the company has become proud owners of some additional new business premises. The new yard, office, workshop and warehouse has been purchased to take over from operations at our Clipstone Yard. It has been a long standing ambition of the directors of
WJ Groundwater is very proud to announce that it has opened a new office in Canada. The new team will be based in Toronto, Ontario in the east of the country. This news cements our reputation as a global dewatering specialist on the rise. We already have a number of projects in development in the
WJ Groundwater has been hard at work on a dewatering project for client, the McLaren Group at Bromley, Kent’s new state of the art shopping centre. Known as Bromley South Central and due for completion in late 2017, the project is being overseen and managed by Dr Mark Pickett.