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
The wellbeing of our teams, as well as our commitment to meeting both our environmental and quality objectives, are of the utmost importance to us here at WJ.
To really make sure that we’re hitting the mark takes a special kind of talent. And that’s why we’re particularly delighted to introduce Dan Wolfe.read more
We are pleased to announce our returning intern – Jack Lawrie. Welcome back Jack!read more
At WJ we pride ourselves on our talented and experienced staff, across the board, both on-site and in the office.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
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
This week WJ are proudly celebrating the success of one of our colleagues away from the field of groundwater management!
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.
On Wednesday 6th December, WJ Groundwater’s Chairman, Dr Toby Roberts, was invited to present the keynote speech at the award ceremony for the illustrious Fleming Award, at the Institute of Civil Engineers in central London.
WJ’s latest Canadian employee inspects one of our pumps in the Eglinton Crosslinx tunnel in Toronto.