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NCE100 profile | MWH

MWH is constantly seeking new ways to provide exceptional service to its clients. 

Its focus on customers’ needs (and their customer’s needs) is leading it towards providing more information- and technology-driven asset solutions rather than simply building more assets. 

To this end, it has a global network of professionals with a remit linked to technology in all its various guises. The MWH technology centre provides its employees and visitors with the opportunity to interact with new and emerging technologies, aiming to both inspire them and to spark ideas for the application of these technologies. 



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MWH believes that its people do more than just a job. It cares about them as individuals and wants them to value the company they work for and know that the business, in turn, values them and their safety too. 

The company has introduced wellbeing campaigns, “be active”, “be healthy”, “be mindful” and “be inspired” to help its employees be happier, healthier and more engaged at work. Its stress awareness training programme for all managers helps them to identify the signs of stress and be more comfortable in helping to deal with the challenges people may be facing.

MWH has a strong, diverse and empowered workforce which has told the company that it is making a difference. In the 2015 employee engagement survey they said “The company really cares about its employees’ wellbeing”, “health matters are high on agenda”, “the webcasts are a brilliant addition to the briefing sessions, it is refreshing to see people on the ground talking about their projects”, “I feel much more in the loop about what’s going on in the UK and have a better understanding of how what I do, affects the larger MWH group”.

Key facts

7,000 Staff in 180 offices globally

1820 Year established


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