South Queensferry based civil and structural engineers WMA recently celebrated a successful 10 years in business.
At a reception in the Dakota Hotel, more than 60 clients, colleagues and friends from the construction industry in Central Scotland joined the engineering specialists to mark the occasion.
The company, which is based at the stationmaster’s office at Dalmeny Station, recently rebranded with a new logo, literature and website.
It has also expanded its senior team with the addition of director Janice Smith who will be spearheading their building information modelling activities.
Over the last 10 years WMA has grown from two to 10-strong and has built a portfolio of projects and clients across the UK.
Major works include an 11-storey development in Piccadilly, Manchester; industrial buildings and factories for clients such as Hall’s of Broxburn; and Liebherr and timber frame flats and houses for developers including Taylor Wimpey.
Pre-cast work has been significant to WMA’s success; this has been led by technical director David Matthews.
Most recently the firm was involved in the engineering design of pre-cast and steelwork for the Ibis Hotel at Edinburgh Park and currently it is working on the London City Island project with PCS Limited and Hurks Pre-cast.
Managing director Raymond Weir said: “We’re delighted to celebrate a successful 10 years.
“We are marking that milestone by investing in our people, new technology and training to take us into the next decade.”