The British Tunnelling Society, an Associated Society of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), formed 50 years ago provides a crucial form for development of the tunnelling industry in the UK and overseas, and recently invited WJ’s Chairman, Dr Toby Roberts to speak at an evening event regarding “Dewatering Strategies for Underground Infrastructure in the London Basin”.read more
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
Thankyou to everyone who entered our end of year photo competition. We had over 70 entries from across all of our international offices, which included some brilliant, inspiring and dramatic photographs!read more
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
For more details on WJ’s response to the ongoing Covid-19 situation please refer to the attached document:read more
WJ UK, part of the global WJ Group, are pleased to announce the relaunch of our brand new, refurbished website.read more
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!
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.
From the Scotland Office
WJ Groundwater’s dewatering project for Pat Munro Ltd is its most northerly job yet. Since opening its office in Scotland in late 2015, the brand has been expanding rapidly and we’re ever so pleased to break into the Scottish Highlands with a project in Dornoch.