The WJ cavalry came to the town (in a socially distanced manner!) to the rescue of the Lower Thames Crossing project and their extensive monitoring requirements!read more
Whilst WJ are well known and respected as one of the leading dewatering contractors in the UK, we have many other services within our oeuvre. We recently demonstrated one of these whilst undertaking in-tunnel probe drilling as part of the Thames Tideway works at the Dormay Street Shaft in Wandsworth.read more
On the 17th and 18th of September 2018, the British Geotechnical Association and Engineering Group of the Geological Society hosted the first major conference on Chalk in almost 30 years, right on WJ’s doorstep, at Imperial College in Central London.read more
Back in May WJ UK had the honour of being included in articles in the British National Press because of our work on the Thames Tideway project. This time we’ve gone one step better and can now claim to be ‘as featured on TV’!read more
It’s not often WJ are featured in the national press, however we very recently had the honour of appearing in articles on both the Daily Mail and London Evening Standard websites about the Thames Tideway project currently underway through central London.
WJ are once again showing our technical prowess with another challenging project in Anchorsholme; dewatering a cofferdam in the Irish Sea!
WJ Groundwater have a long and enviable reputation as technical leaders in the dewatering industry, renowned for being able to provide a professional and practical solution to groundwater problems. In order to reinforce this position, and to enhance our reputation as the ‘go to’ company for overpumping, WJ have invested in some new larger capacity pumps to add to our already extensive fleet.
WJ Groundwater are pleased to announce that one of our recent projects in Scotland has been announced as the winner of a prestigious industry prize. WJ were awarded the contract to undertake dewatering works at the site on the outskirts of Glasgow between July 2015 and July 2016, and helped to contribute to the project which was recently awarded ‘UK Project with a Geotechnical Value up to £1.0m by Ground Engineering magazine.
WJ’s latest Canadian employee inspects one of our pumps in the Eglinton Crosslinx tunnel in Toronto.
Spring has been another busy period for WJ Groundwater with new contract awards in every corner of the UK, with projects starting in Dover, Port Talbot, Houston in Ayrshire, the Isle of Skye and Woodsmith Mine in North Yorkshire.