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The Newcastle office of WYG has secured another two contracts in Newcastleís city centre with a combined value of £30m...New OHS Management System At WYG - 22/12/2003
WYG is pleased to announce its certification to the internationally recognised OHSAS 18001 occupational Health & Safety management system...ICE Yorkshire Inter-Schools Challenge - 28/11/2003
Leeds Based multi-disciplinary consultancy WYG was delighted to sponsor a team for the Yorkshire Inter-Schools Challenge, run by the Institute of Civil Engineering...RAF USF Fairford Store Refurbishment - 10/11/2003
WYG's Stevenage Office is playing a major part in the refurbishment of the Commissary (a supermarket) at RAF Fairford, for Defence Estates - United States Forces and the Defense Commissary Agency...Balfour Beatty Rail Projects Framework Agreement Success - 10/11/2003
A 12 month framework agreement estimated to be worth over £150K has been signed between WYG and Balfour Beatty Rail Projects following the efforts of Dave Bailey, Richard Jarrett (WYG Manchester) Steve Mustow and Sian Bishop (WYG Leeds)...WYG To Plan Oakgrove Millennium Community - 10/11/2003
WYG has been successfully selected to provide multi-skilled services to assist English Partnerships in the preparation of a developers prospectus for the Millennium Village at Oakgrove, Milton Keynes...Council Tenants To Pay Less For Heat As Rio Comes To Aberdeen - 20/10/2003
Tenants living in some of Aberdeen City Councilís housing could soon be paying less to heat their homes as the Council seeks to comply with the Home Energy Conservation Act (HECA) and its commitment to Local Agenda 21 - part of a global action plan to tackle environmental issues, drawn up at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro...WYG Success In 5 Procure 21 Consortia - 17/9/2003
WYG has been successful in joining 5 out of the 12 consortia selected for the NHS Estates Procure 21 framework...The Planning Behind The Video Mobile Network - 24/6/2003
WYG has been working on behalf of Hutchison 3G UK Limited since May 2001...New Training Opportunity To Combat Skills Shortage - 10/6/2003
The expanding WYG Newcastle office has developed a training strategy to attract school leavers that could make a dramatic impact on the current skill shortages within construction related industries...Aintree Rehabilitation Centre - 20/5/2003
WYG has been appointed as structural engineer in the construction of a new £7.5 million rehabilitation centre at Aintree Hospital in Liverpool...WYG Saves On Sewerage Schemes - 20/5/2003
WYG has been commissioned by Limerick County Council to prepare a Preliminary Report for the sewerage schemes of four towns in West Limerick...WYG Makes Network Connections - 20/5/2003
WYG has been recently appointed as a preferred supplier to Network Rail under a nationwide Corporate Framework Agreement for Multi-Functional Technical Consultancy. WYG will deliver multi-discipline design and development work throughout the country, providing a wide range of services such as signalling and control systems, station depot and freight terminal design and transport planning...Local Government Success Puts WYG In The Frame - 01/5/2003
Recent successes look to place WYG at the heart of Local Government decision-making...WYG Win Aberdeen Cross Rail Study - 24/3/2003
WYG has been commissioned by Aberdeenshire Council and Aberdeen City Council in association with Network Rail, ScotRail and the Stategic Rail Authority to carry out a major feasibility study on upgrading passenger rail services in North East Scotland...Consultants Reduce Housebuilder's Development Risk At Consett - 31/1/2003
With brownfield development being top of the Governmentís agenda as far as urban development is concerned, targets have been set indicating that 60 per cent of new homes should be built on brownfield land by 2008...WYG Flows In New Direction With Highways & Environment Agencies - 31/1/2003
WYG has continued to develop and expand its relationship with the Highways Agency by securing an important 3-year, £400,000 Research Project which will investigate the effects of highway run-off on its surrounding watercourses...Who Says You Canít Teach An Old Dog New Tricks? (The Surveyor) - 17/1/2003
Who says you canít teach an old dog new tricks? With changes in local government needing new skills, Doug Pigg explains why it's time for public private interface management...