Business continuity and digital engineering

A message from Whitby Wood’s management team
Wednesday 15 April 2020

Our actions in response to the Coronavirus situation

UK Government’s Response | Indian Government’s Response

The past few weeks have given us a vision of the way we can and will work in the future. At Whitby Wood we have begun planning for the next phase, building on our capabilities for seamless digital working. The remote working systems we are using are proving robust and effective, with all our services continuing uninterrupted. We all work on laptops or Surface Pros — we have operated a flexible working policy for the last four years — enabling uninterrupted working on projects, using high speed remote access to our office servers. All our office management tools were already fully online and we are used to running online group communication strategies. We also have a plan for deputising for colleagues in the event that some fall ill or need to take care of family members.

If you have any queries or concerns, please contact us by phone or info@whitbywood.com

Home engineering by Mike Gatfield

Home Engineering by Aid Carrick

Home Engineering by Aid Carrick

Home Engineering by Aid Carrick

Home Engineering by Aid Carrick

Home Engineering by Aid Carrick

Home Engineering by Aid Carrick

Working from home, by Aid Carrick

  the team
We are working on
Lodha Crown, Thane

Lodha Crown

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Seven residential towers for the township of Thane in Maharashtra. Design solutions that make the most of economies of scale.
on site
Transcon Skycity Fortune 500

Transcon Skycity Fortune 500

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Twin 220m residential towers and a shared non-orthogonal parking podium, in West Mulund, Mumbai, for Transcon Group.
on site
Tolworth Tower

Tolworth Tower project gains planning consent

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November 2019
First phase: tower refurbishment and adaptation, retaining the distinctive concrete frame
Taberner House

Queen's Quarter

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A cluster of four new residential high-rise for central Croydon in London's south, the tallest of which is 35 storeys.
on site