Wardell Armstrong Win ‘UK Geotechnical Team of the Year’ at the Ground Engineering Awards!
Last night we were delighted to win ‘UK Geotechnical Team of the Year’ at the Ground Engineering Awards with Network Rail Design Delivery and BakerHicks for the Rolling Programme of Decarbonisation.
MP Jo Gideon Visits Wardell Armstrong’s Head Office
We were pleased to welcome MP for Stoke Central, Jo Gideon to our Head Office in Stoke-on-Trent last week.
Jo met with Regional Director, Caroline Mellor and Technical Director, Andrew Durber to discuss key projects in the local area, employment and our work on HS2.
Forth Valley College Nominated for the 2022 RIBA Stirling Prize
Forth Valley College in Falkirk, Scotland is one of six buildings to have been nominated by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for the 2022 RIBA Stirling Prize. The RIBA Stirling Prize is the UK’s most prestigious architecture award and is presented to the UK’s best new building.
Wardell Armstrong were proud to deliver landscape architecture, drainage, civil engineering and structural engineering services to this project post-Tender and during the Construction stage (RIBA Stages 3-to-6).
Wardell Armstrong Win a Marsh Community Archaeology Award
*18/07/2022 UPDATE – WE WON*
The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) and Marsh Charitable Trust have announced the shortlist for the 2022 Marsh Community Archaeology Awards – which are part of the CBA’s Festival of Archaeology. The awards showcase excellence in archaeology, celebrating the passion and dedication of individuals and the outstanding contribution of archaeology projects which create social, cultural and environmental benefit.
‘Uncovering Roman Carlisle’ has been shortlisted for the ‘Community Project of the Year’ award! The project was developed by Wardell Armstrong in partnership with Carlisle City Council, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery and Carlisle Cricket Club, and was supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Evidence of Roman Pottery Production Site Found in Suffolk
Lavenham in Suffolk is renowned as one of the most-well-preserved medieval towns in Britain, but has provided scant evidence for Roman archaeology with the exception of a single vicar’s account of evidence for a significant building in the late 19th century. Archaeological investigation in advance of a development for Marden Homes at Lavenham, recorded unexpected evidence for Roman industry. The trial-trench evaluation, followed by an open area excavation by our archaeologists recorded remains not only to support this historic assertion, but also to deliver the project without undue delay and in accordance with the planning officers for the county.
WATCH: International Women in Engineering Day 2022
International Women in Engineering Day is celebrated each year on June 23rd to help raise the profile of women in the industry and focuses attention on the great career opportunities available. The theme for 2022 is Inventors and Innovators. #INWED22 #ImagineTheFuture
At Wardell Armstrong, we are engaged with schools and STEM groups to provide a positive insight into the benefits to young women and men studying sciences and engineering. We are also actively engaged with a number of graduate programmes with the same objectives in mind.
Some of our female engineers share their insights and experiences from within the industry and why they enjoy their career in engineering:
Our Survey Team Take to the Skies!
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) such as Drones are an extremely powerful survey tool to provide time-effective and highly detailed outputs while mitigating site safety concerns.
Our fleet of Multi-rotor and Fixed Wing Drones can provide fast and efficient aerial data capture over large areas in a short space of time. This makes Drones a great option for large scale topographic or route corridor surveys and volumetric and change analysis on large construction, quarry, and landfill sites.
Wardell Armstrong can apply the latest in drone technology to benefit your next project. Our UAV team have the training and authorization required from the Civil Aviation Authority to conduct commercial operations. We can also negotiate access into restricted and controlled airspaces where required.
185 Years of Wardell Armstrong | from mining and minerals to energy, engineering and environment
Independent environmental, engineering and mining consultancy Wardell Armstrong celebrates its 185th anniversary this year!
With 14 UK and international offices and over 500 people Wardell Armstrong has come a long way since its early beginnings in the 1830s. Over recent years the business has diversified significantly, growing and developing its roots in mining and minerals and now also providing extensive engineering, environmental and social services.
Our Mineral Estates Team Expands to the South of England
To accommodate the demand for our services and new opportunities in the South of England, we are now providing mineral estates services from our office in Truro, Cornwall.
Wardell Armstrong are recognised experts in minerals and waste. Our mineral estates management team brings together specialist chartered mineral surveyors and valuers, planners, geologists, and mining engineers to deliver property solutions for clients throughout the UK.
New Regional Directors in Stoke-on-Trent and Truro
We are pleased to announce that from the 1st April 2022, Caroline Mellor is the Regional Director of our Head Office in Stoke-on-Trent, and Alison Allen the Regional Director of our Office and Laboratories in Truro.