WJ at Scotland Build

We're delighted to be exhibiting at this years Scotland Build

Scotland Build

scotland_build_expo_guide-logoThe leading construction expo for Scotland, Scotland Build is taking place on November 23-24 at the SECC in Glasgow. WJ Groundwater will be exhibiting at this prestigious event at stand G32.

With an on the stand competition of “guess the number of Lego pieces”, giveaways and an instant-win online competition that could net you a brand new iPad, its well worth popping by to speak with the trusted experts in dewatering.

Register

You can register for free via the Scotland Build website, plus use the form opposite to arrange an appointment with us on the day.

See us at Scotland Build

It is big, and it is clever

Meet our new rig

Probably the most technically advanced mid-sized water well drilling rig operating in the UK today, our new Conrad Combi 500 is a state of the art
machine. It’s powerful and effi cient modern engine is compliant with the highest emissions standards, making it one of the cleanest rigs in the business.

It’s smart, too. Intelligent power management automatically reduces engine rpm to stationary when no function is operated for 5 seconds. Equipped with remote controlled hydraulic functions, designed to eliminate manual handling, also provides a safe working environment.

The reduced noise and exhaust emissions, coupled with the ability to operate in an incredibly small footprint, make WJ and our Conrad rig the ideal solution for installing wells up to 500mm diameter and up to 200m depth in restricted urban sites.

Are you a winner?

Already been to see us at Scotland Build? Enter our instant win iPad competition!

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Visit us at stand G32 of Scotland Build and collect our leaflet, in which you’ll find your unique code.

Enter your code

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Our Scottish office

WJ has been delivering Groundwater Management and Control services to Scotland for many years, and Blantyre is the site of our newest office.

As a hub for our Scottish operations, this office demonstrates our commitment to continuing our work in the region, and will help ensure our high levels of service are consistently maintained.

Projects in Scotland

We have successfully delivered a number of key projects within the region

M74 Raith Interchange

WJ Groundwater has commenced dewatering works on a new underpass that will run beneath the M74 Raith Interchange near Glasgow.

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Scottish Power HQ

In 2012, energy firm Scottish Power announced plans to build a new 14-storey headquarters in Glasgow city centre housing around 1,500 staff.

Find out more >

Govan Tunnel

A section of tunnel just outside Govan Station on the Glasgow subway system was in a poor state, having been subject to water and sand ingress for many years.

Find out more >

Key Personnel

The WJ staff responsible for our Scottish operations

Dr Mark Pickett Design Manager

Responsible for encouraging invitations to tenders, analysing and designing dewatering schemes and preparing, presenting and negotiating quotations and proposals to clients.

Michael Cummiskey Contracts Engineer

Based at our Blantyre office, Contracts Engineer Michael Cummiskey is responsible for the delivery of projects in Scotland. Michael has been with WJ since 2013 and has gained valuable experience on projects in Edinburgh & Glasgow.

Richard Fielden Managing Director

With over 30 years experience in ground engineering and dewatering, responsible for directing strategy for continued profitable growth and maintaining the operational performance of the company.

Ula Markowicz Technical Manager

Responsible for leading WJ's technical staff, providing technical support and guidance throughout all stages of a project, liaising with clients and other bodies on technical aspects of our works, and for the production of technical reports.

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