Anderson & Maloney Ltd increase revenue under S R Waite Group ownership

S R Waite Group, which acquired Manchester based Anderson & Maloney Ltd in December 2015, have announced that revenue under their ownership increased by 14.38% in the three months up to 31st March 2016, while operating profits remain healthy from the corresponding period a year earlier.

“All three of our brands – S R Waite Electrical Contractors Ltd,  Building Services & Facilities Management Ltd and our most recent acquisition Anderson & Maloney Ltd — continue to trade well in a highly competitive environment,” said Group Managing Director Andrew Mazey in a recent statement.

Trading since 1998 with a strong presence in Manchester and the surrounding areas, Anderson & Maloney Ltd ensures that that the Group has a dedicated electrical reactive install and maintenance division in place with sustainable manpower and equipment for all of our clients.

Apprentices and Trainees

Apprentices and Trainees

Congratulations to Tom Darbyshire who this week became the latest of our apprentices to receive his Level 3 Diploma in electrical installation.

We recognise that an investment in people is vital to the future of our business, which is why we place such a strong emphasis on recruitment and training.

By providing training and apprenticeships we can ensure that we have a pool of skilled and talented workers who can carry S R Waite Group on to an even bigger, brighter future.

Our popular apprenticeship scheme in Electrical Engineering has been developed in association with the local colleges over many years.

The courses are a combination of practical hands-on training with college based learning.

To register your interest in our apprenticeships please contact us or email us on with your full CV.

Your future lies with ours.

New Project Win- Airport City, Manchester

S R Waite Group are delighted to announce we have been successful in securing the electrical installation sub contract for the new offices which form part of Amazons giant new warehouse and distribution facility at Manchester Airport.

1,500 new local jobs are set to be created by the arrival of Amazon in Manchester, and we are delighted to have been awarded yet another prestigious project in the North West.

“Manchester Airport’s network of flights to destinations around the globe is one of the key things that makes Airport City attractive to businesses looking to relocate or set up new bases in the UK.

“The arrival of Amazon provides clear evidence of that and also gives Amazon close access to both their supply chain and the 22 million potential customers within a two-hour drive of Manchester Airport.

S R Waite Director Stuart Barry and his site team will be commencing installations on Monday 9th May 2016.

Latest News- New Project GMFRS- Bury

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We are delighted to have secured and commenced the full electrical installation contract at Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service’s (GMFRS) multi-million pound development in Wellington Street, Bury.

The new centre will allow fire-fighters to train for every possible incident, including: transport incidents such as tram and train derailments and road collisions; water rescues; incidents involving hazard materials; search and rescue; collapsed buildings; and high-rise building fires.

A large warehouse will be transformed into a community hub, featuring an interactive area for people to visit and learn about fire safety.

Chairman of Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority, councillor David Acton, said: “It’s taken us years to get to where we are today – from the idea of having a world-class training facility in Bury to the cutting of the first sod.

“The exciting development will allow firefighters from Greater Manchester – and potentially beyond – to train in the most modern and realistic conditions.

“This will help us to ensure that as we continue to reduce the number of fires and incidents we attend through our successful prevention work, we support our firefighters and officers to maintain their skills and experience of dealing with real fires.

“The centre will also provide a fantastic facility for the community where young people inparticular can learn how to protect themselves from fire and other dangers in an exciting and memorable way while gaining an insight into the varied work of GMFRS.”

Commenting on this news Group Managing Director Andy Mazey said:

“We are delighted to have been successful with our bid and appointed as electrical contractor on this project. We recognise its importance and value to the community of Bury and indeed the Greater Manchester region. We look forward to delivering yet another prestigious contract on time and within budget”.

S R Waite Group proud to support women in construction……

According to a recent CITB publication the number of women in construction has increased significantly.

Figures have revealed that the number of women in the construction industry has reached one of its highest levels since records began.

At the S R Waite Group we are proud to support women looking for opportunities and careers in the contracting industry and take great pride in doing so.

Pictured is electrical operative Melissa Phillips who is currently studying and in the final stages of her NVQ level three course in electrical engineering.


Leigh East ARLFC | SRW Group

S R Waite group extend community club support in association with William James Recruitment.

As the National Conference League Division Two season got under way on Saturday 12th March 2016, Leigh East first team carried out its pre game warm up in new warm up shirts sporting the William James Recruitment and S R Waite Group logos.

Speaking on behalf of the Group Board Andy Mazey said:

“We are proud as a business to support many sports and education based organisations and projects, not only in the town we operate from but right across the north west region. To be associated with people who are passionate about the development of young people in general gives us great satisfaction. We are always happy to support Leigh East and are already proud to have our corporate branding on all the 2016 open age polo shirts so its great in addition to see the logo on such a great looking warm up top.

Having known Paul for a long time its a pleasure to be associated with him and his fellow coaches at the club and of course a fantastic group of players and people.  In my opinion Paul has transformed the culture at open age level during his tenure and its worth noting the extremely low average age of his team selection on Saturday, as well as the fact that fifteen of the eighteen players on duty have come through the ranks at the club. These statistics combined with the overall numbers he and his coaching team have attracted across first, second and masters levels bare testament to that.

On behalf of S R Waite Id like to thank Paul for this opportunity to further extend our support and we wish the team all the best for the season ahead.”

S R Waite Managing Director Andy is pictured with the team, coaching coordinator Mike Jones and ex-professional player for Warrington Wolves and Leigh Centurions, and head coach Paul Wingfield. Paul is also Managing Director of Manchester based legal recruitment specialists William James Recruitment Ltd.





S R Waite Group shows its support for Leigh RUFC U15s Girls

We are delighted have added to our portfolio of sponsorship and commununity partnership deals by agreeing to support the Leigh RUFC Girls U15s team for the 2016 season ahead.

Speaking on behalf of the Group Board Allan Mazey said:

“We saw this as a great opportunity to further expand our support of the local community from which we operate and to show our support and I wish the team all the very best for this season.”


Kiwi RL player joins the S R Waite Group | SRW Group

February 3rd 2016.

Having arrived in the UK from Auckland, New Zealand, Leigh East ARLFC latest recruit Ihaka Watene was welcomed by Group MD Andy Mazey at our Leigh office today.

Maori Watene who has previously competed in the Queensland rugby league competitions over in Australia, also has construction site experience back home.

Ihaka will link up with local community club Leigh East this coming season and will also assist with junior development and coaching youngsters at the club. He is wasting no time having done a whistle stop tour of the Sports Village facilities today he will be involved in an U10’s coaching session later this evening, and is keen to help the young people of Leigh as well as adding value to Head Coach Paul Wingfields first team plans for 2016.

Welcome Ihaka!!!