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
For more details on WJ’s response to the ongoing Covid-19 situation please refer to the attached document:read more
Important information regarding the likelihood of widespread transmission of coronavirus in the UK.read more
Hard work pays off, and we’re proud to announce we’ve been awarded FORS Silver accreditation!read more
WJ UK, part of the global WJ Group, are pleased to announce the relaunch of our brand new, refurbished website.read more
2018 was a momentous year in the long history of WJ, with the launch of WJ Group, and major global projects such as Thames Tideway in London and Eglinton Crosstown LRT in Toronto hitting full throttle, therefore as the year drew to a close it was the perfect opportunity for all of our staff to let their hair down and relax.read more
At WJ we are defined by our people, and in order to allow them and the company as a whole to flourish and reach new heights, teamwork and a healthy body and mind are crucial.
Last week WJ took receipt of a new Soilmec SM14 drilling rig. A welcome addition to WJ’s already extensive fleet of drilling rigs both in the UK and across the world!
UK Update: WJ Groundwater’s Driver Manual
WJ Groundwater has recently produced a freshly redesigned driver manual for all members of our staff complement that uses our fleet as a part of their job role.read more
WJ Groundwater has introduced a new Health & Safety (H&S) initiative across its sites called The WJ CARE Card – Committed Aim to Raise Expectations of our staff and clients.
The objective behind the card is to encourage our staff to keep H&S at the forefront everytime they embark on a new task. The CARE card is available for front line WJ operatives to keep a note of any improvements that can be made to processes in order to avoid accidents – also to be able to increase the effectiveness of existing processes.