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Low Carbon & Enviromental Design Consultants

Legacy in the built environment and stewardship of the natural environment is at the core of our approach. Thankfully, legislation and the awareness of the importance of sustainability continues progress, and as a result, is imposing ever more exacting requirements for owners and developers to consider for their assets.

Mechanical & Electrical Engineering

Waldeck understands the importance of co-ordinated, combined engineering solutions and our mechanical and electrical engineering services division provides design services with innovation and creative engineering to deliver simple effective solutions.

Civil & Structural Engineering

Waldeck covers all aspects of the feasibility, detailed design and implementation of major developments and infrastructure for the housing, retail, commercial and education sectors and has a diverse track record in both the private and public sector.

Total Project Solutions

We recognize that in these challenging times clients prefer to deal with a single point of responsibility to solve their problems and deliver their expectations.

BIM Services

Waldeck have learnt a great deal from their market leading Manufacturing Sector experience. "Lean Engineering" was a value process first attributed to the automotive industry, and BIM was derived from those great engineering and design processes too.

Investment Appraisal

From the critical moment when your project is in its formative stages research and evaluation form a vital part of the process. Whether you are thinking of leasing or purchasing land or property Waldeck can offer advice on issues relating to the investment from a technical perspective.

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Natural & Built Environment

Legacy in the built environment and stewardship of the natural environment is at the core of our approach at Waldeck. We have a duty consider built environment proposals & solutions in terms of their economic, social and environmental impact on the planet's finite resources.

Multi-Modal & E-commerce Logistics

Waldeck people have a vast experience across the road, rail, air and e-commerce logistics sectors having worked for many of the largest freight providers from Europe and Asia, on some of the largest and most complex facilities to be undertaken anywhere.


Waldeck has a strong track record throughout the UK and Ireland in advising international and SME clients on their capital programme and specific project investment.

Energy & Infrastructure

Our natural resources on the planet are becoming scarcer, low carbon economies and the impact climate change are setting agendas for today's investments for future generations.

New fitness suite puts pupils through their paces

Carres Grammar School fitness centre

Pupils at Carre’s Grammar School in Sleaford will have no excuse to become couch potatoes following the opening of the school’s new state-of-the-art fitness centre.

The industry standard gym, which is also open to the public, is part of a £835,000 two-storey extension which also houses a sports science lab and nutrition suite on the second floor.

Waldeck was appointed by consulting and business services group, Mouchel, to design and detail the foundations of the building and the structural steel frame. They were also responsible for completing the drainage and infrastructure works.

Education Sector

Waldeck has been involved in a number of similar projects in the education sector over the past 12 months as Director Martin Osborne explained.

“This latest education project follows on from a similar job we did in conjunction with GSS Architecture at Stamford Endowed Schools,” said Martin.

“We were responsible for the civil and structural engineering design work in relation to the construction of a new 25m swimming pool and gymnasium which is very similar to the new fitness suite at Carre’s Grammar School.

“It’s great to see the government and schools investing time and money in these kinds of facilities which not only benefit the school but the community as a whole.”

Sport and Active Leisure Diploma

Community Sports Liaison Officer at Carre’s Grammar School Charlotte Williamson said the new facilities will be put to good use.

“As well as being able to offer a brand new Sport and Active Leisure Diploma to Sixth Form students we’ll be teaching cookery skills as part of the curriculum for the first time in the school’s 407-year history,” she said.

“We’ll also be running after school cookery clubs and teaching culinary survival skills to those students who are about to head off to university!

“There will be classes for young mums and we’ll be working closely with youth services, children’s centres and North Kesteven District Council’s Environmental Health team to ensure the school and the community is gaining maximum benefit from the new facilities on offer.

Ribbon Cutting

“Similarly the fitness suite is open to members of the public, particularly those who have been put off joining a gym in the past for whatever reason and we’re expanding our Phase IV Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Referral scheme in conjunction with Lincolnshire Primary Care Trust.”

The school officially marked the opening of the new facility on 2nd February 2011 with an official ribbon cutting ceremony performed by Chairman of Lincolnshire County Council Councillor Peter Bedford. Guests also had the opportunity to see the new facilities being used and sample food prepared by pupils in the nutrition suite.

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