The Walters Way
Practical, proud, dedicated and genuine
We provide a compliance led, self delivery based service across a range of sectors centred around civil engineering, plant and development.
Since our formation in 1982, we have developed a reputation for delivery by being practical and considered in everything we do. We plan correctly from the outset to deliver right first time.
We take pride in our work and are proud of our heritage, the family that we’ve built and the communities we live and work in. We have built a successful business from humble beginnings through hard work, engaged staff and a common purpose.
We aim to exceed expectations and go the extra mile to ensure the job is done right. This dedication is enabled by being a family owned and financially stable business that is committed to the industries we work in. This affords our clients and stakeholders stability, flexibility and long term thinking.
We are a genuine company that engages and enables our people to love what they do. We have a clear track record of diversifying into new and emerging markets whilst always maintaining a heavy plant based service at our core. We now operate and maintain the largest independently owned heavy plant fleet in the UK supported by our own dedicated operators and maintenance facilities. Based in Wales and with offices across the UK, we are a proud local and national company that is trusted and respected across the sectors we work in.
“I would not hesitate in recommending Walters for work requiring a flexible company with significant resources whose staff are environmentally aware and enjoy engaging with the local community and stakeholders alike.”
Peter Cloke, Natural Resources Wales
A465 Head of the Valleys Section 2 – Lion Hotel Footbridge Demolition
As part of the ongoing work to upgrade the A465 Heads of the Valley road between Brynmawr and Gilwern, an existing steel footbridge required demolition
Welsh local infrastructure success for Walters/Sisk JV
A joint venture between Walters and Sisk have been selected by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council to design and build their flagship Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link scheme. The £8.0m scheme – scheduled for delivery by 2020 – involves the significant construction of a new 60m bridge over the River Cynon and the Aberdare to Cardiff main railway line.
New Primary school opens its doors at Jubilee Park (Rogerstone)
Councillor Gail Giles, (Newport City Council’s cabinet member for education and skills), said: “Jubilee Park Primary is a fantastic new school and this is a proud moment for everyone – staff, governors, pupils, parents, carers and, of course, the council.“I would like to thank all those who made this day possible, including the developers, and I’m sure this will be a very happy and successful school.”
Vale of Glamorgan Council “delighted” with complex road junction upgrade by Walters
Working with Bellway Homes and the Vale of Glamorgan, Walters have just finished a particularly tricky upgrade to a very busy road junction at Culverhouse Cross.
Walters completes on Major Roads infrastructure projects.
This summer marks the handover of at least five massive infrastructure projects for Walters Group. All running simultaneously, they were only possible for a single company to deliver due to the exceptional strength in depth of our plant fleet and management team, coupled with a dedicated corps of drivers, operators and site supervisors.
Units 1-4 Lakeside, Brynmawr – Demolition Works
Walters have been appointed (by the Legal & General Industrial Property Investment Fund) to demolish the former NMC Factory in the centre of Brynmawr, which has lain disused and vandalised for approximately 8 years.