Woking, on the outskirts of London, dates back to the 8th Century, although in recent years is most commonly known for featuring in H.G. Wells War of the Worlds, and being part of the London Commuter belt. The Victoria Square development in the centre of the town, is crucial to the long term regeneration of the area, bring new housing, jobs and business to the heart of Woking.read more
This contract took WJ to the shores of picturesque Lake Windermere in the heart of the Lake District, to help contribute to the extensive history of the area.
WJ have long been established as one of the leading dewatering contractors in the UK and Europe and in the Middle East. This project bridged those two distinct regions with the Galata Port project in Istanbul, one of the largest cities in Turkey.read more
This contract took WJ to Bromley, in the heart of South London, to take part in a new major regeneration project.
The Royal Hospital for Sick Children has been based on it’s existing site in the heart of Edinburgh since 1895, however in 2005 it was decided by the local NHS Trust that a more modern facility should be constructed adjacent to the existing Edinburgh Royal Infirmary at Little France on the south-east edge of the city.read more
Standing next to the River Cherwell since 1458, Magdalen is one of the most celebrated constituent colleges of Oxford University.read more
Close neighbour to the Birmingham Rep, the Library of Birmingham opened in September 2013 replacing its predecessor Birmingham Central Library.read more
Recognised as one of the leading multidisciplinary research universities in the world, UCL was founded in 1826 as London’s first university.read more
This contract took us to sunny Wales where we were entrusted with the early stages of construction of a new ‘super school’ in Baglan, Neath Port Talbot.read more
There are few construction environments as challenging to operate in as airports.read more