We are delighted to report successful completion of our works at the Amazon Fulfilment Centre at Airport City, Manchester.
Internet retail giant Amazon the biggest internet seller in the world have taken possession of the site which incorporates a huge warehouse and offices at Airport City, creating 1,500 jobs in the Manchester area.
NEW PROJECT WIN – S R Waite Group have been appointed to carry out fit out works on a new “Bathroom Takeaway” store in Manchester.
Works will commence on site this month in Manchester with this flagship outlet being the first of a proposed UK retail role out of new stores in 2016/17.
Having worked with this client for many months supporting them with design and proposals we now look forward to commencing our installations on site this month.
We are delighted to announce that we are now LIVE on Constructionline.
Constructionline is the UK’s leading procurement and supply chain management service that collects, assesses and monitors standard company information through a question set that is aligned to PAS 91, the standardised pre-qualification questionnaire developed by BSI to reduce duplication within the construction industry.
Congratulations to one of our employees Melissa Phillips who has won the site health and safety award for July over at Airport City, Amazon Distribution Centre project. Melisa was nominated for her constant awareness to Health & Safety, and PPE.
S R Waite Director Stuart Barry was delighted with the award and said “Melisa is a good worker, she takes her role and particularly health and safety very seriously. This award is not only a feather in her cap personally but something myself and the site team here at Airport City are very proud of. Well done Melissa keep up the great work”
With the 2016 Rugby League Championship season about to enter its critical Super 8’s phase, Swinton Lions have looked to add a high profile signing to their ranks. Its therefore significant news that they have been able to secure the services of the former Leigh Centurions prop-forward, Jake Emmitt, who is currently enjoying a stint in Australia. Jake will be flying back to the UK within the next two weeks to join them for the remainder of the Championship season and we are delighted to have a agreed a deal to sponsor him for the remainder of the year.
S R Waite Group are proud to have added to our portfolio of charities which we support.
Our support of local community foundations and sporting clubs is well known, and we are proud to have solid links and partnerships with many local, regional and national charities. This latest charitable organisation however caught our attention outside of normal working hours.
Andy Mazey, head of the Group, explains: “every year my partner Charlotte and I attend a summer fund raising garden party and dog show, organised by Charlotte’s family, and hosted at their farm and family home. This has been an annual event for as many years as I can remember and something which Jenny, Charlotte’s mother is very passionate about. Rather embarrassingly on my behalf I must admit, it is only this year that I have actually taken time to research the charity (COFEPOW) properly and now completely understand Jenny’s passion and the importance of the cause.
Having consulted our board we all agreed that a contribution to such a worthwhile cause would fit in with our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy (CSR) and hopefully assist Jenny and the ongoing efforts of those dedicated to the lasting memory of the Far East Prisoners of War and advancing knowledge of the suffering endured and sacrifices made by them during their years of captivity in World War II”.
If you would like to find out more about the charity and help remember those who were prisoners of war in the Far East, please visit http://www.cofepow.org.uk/
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We are delighted to offer another new apprentice the opportunity to join our electrical team on our apprenticeship programme for 2016.
Ryan Gray will be mentored by colleagues some of whom also began their careers as apprentices with S R Waite Group and have now progressed through the company’s established training programme to become supervisors and managers.
Local lad, Ryan, will spend time on site giving him a head start before beginning his course at Wigan & Leigh College. The hands on experience gained whilst working on site will support the modules he will be studying at college to ultimately achieve NVQ Level 3 in Electrical Engineering.
Eighteen year old Ryan, a promising amateur rugby league player will learn, work and earn as well as gain qualifications to progress him through the ranks of his chosen career.
Director Mike Waite, speaking on behalf of the electrical division said ‘it’s great to recruit apprentices who we can train and mentor through our Career Development Programme. Many of our qualified electricians started their careers as apprentices including myself. We welcome Ryan to the team and look forward to working with him.’