The Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) is designed to raise standards in the construction industry in areas as diverse as appearance, health and safety and the environment.read more
WJ have a long and illustrious history of working in the Republic of Ireland and Cork in particular, dating back to our work on the Lee Tunnel back in the early 1990s, through to projects in recent years for water treatment works, and residential and commercial developments.read more
WJ’s own Aimee Parkinson was a finalist in the recent Women In Construction & Engineering (WICE) Awards. This is a fantastic achievement! We’re proud and delighted that Aimee made the finalist stage.read more
Richard Fielden, Mark Pickett, Gary Holmes and Neil Coulter attended the 20th Construction News Awards held at the Grosvenor Hotel on 14 July 2016 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
WJ Groundwater was been named as a finalist in the category Specialist Contractor of the Year (turnover up to £100m). Unfortunately, they were beat to the top spot this year.
WJ Groundwater has been named as a finalist in the category Specialist Contractor of the Year (turnover up to £100m) at the 20th Construction News Awards (2016).
Before the awards, all finalists will attend face-to-face judging by members of the 61-strong jury, made up of the most influential clients and experts in the UK.
WJ Groundwater is thrilled to announce that it’s a nominated finalist at this year’s Ground Engineering Awards, The Hilton Park Lane, London on the 30th of June. We have been nominated in the Product and Equipment Innvovation category for in-tunnel drilling, dewatering, depressurisation and probing implementation on the London Crossrail project.