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Walker Engineering wins SME of the year at Mersey Maritime Industry Awards

We are delighted to announce that last night we won SME of the year at Mersey Maritime Industry Awards. This is a significant step for Walker Engineering, since it marks years of hard work and ongoing development of the business.

Over the course of the year, we have achieved unique ways of installing explosion protection equipment without the need for hot work on flammable installation …

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Walker Engineering Nominated for Engineering Company of the year

It is with great pleasure that we can share with you the great news that we have been nominated across two categories in the Mersey Maritime Industry Awards this year.

  • Engineering Company of the year
  • SME of the year

Why have we been nominated?
Over the course of the year, we have achieved unique ways of installing explosion protection equipment without the need for hot …

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What are the top trends and changes in the engineering industry?

There are great technological innovations currently happening around us in the engineering industry, but it is often difficult to tell which one’s are fads and which ones are going to be driving real change in the industry.

In this article, we hope to assist you in discovering which changes and trends you need to be acting on now.

Automation and Connectivity
The increase in …

Pipework Fabrication

Pipework Fabrication: Our tips to getting industrial pipework right.

Bespoke pipework fabrication and installation is challenging at the best of times, but when pipework and tanks need vital maintenance or modification to increase capacity and output then it can become difficult to do efficiently.

Over many years we have worked on numerous projects, each with its own unique set of challenges to overcome. Through our experience in pipework and vessels we have developed the …

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Listed Buildings which are in desperate need of saving in Merseyside. Could this be a project for you?

Every year the Victorian society releases a list of its top 10 buildings which need saving across the UK with a view to encouraging organisations to save them. This year, there was a couple of buildings which made the list which are in Merseyside, so it’s only fair that we share them with you!

Merseyside Centre for the Deaf
Built in 1887, it was built …