At WSP, we propose innovative ideas that help our clients meet their business objectives. The projects featured on this page highlight some of the ways we partner with our clients to build sustainable infrastructure, combat climate change, and much more. An emphasis on sustainability in our daily operations not only demonstrates our commitment to future-proofing our cities and environment, but ensures that we continue to hold ourselves accountable for tomorrow.

Town of Ladysmith Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade


Municipal wastewater discharge was polluting Ladysmith Harbour, a sensitive receiving environment valuable to the local community, First Nations and the shellfish industry. The Town of Ladysmith required a treatment strategy that would satisfy environmental regulations and serve a growing population.

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Inland Rail


Inland Rail is Australia’s largest freight rail infrastructure project. The 1,700-km track will link two of Australia’s largest cities – Melbourne and Brisbane – while unlocking the regional economic potential.

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Creating a Vibrant and Sustainable Mixed-Use Community for the Gold Coast

The Parklands project provided a purpose-built development to be used initially for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, with a long-term vision as a place for the Gold Coast community to live, work and play.

Mana Whenua Kaitiaki Forum: Perspectives on Climate Change Paper

  New Zealand

The Mana Whenua Kaitiaki Forum represents 19 Māori iwi and hapū with indigenous connections to Auckland’s land and sea. The Forum is very concerned about climate change and asked WSP to help develop its position and response to drive climate action.

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Optimizing Learning in Energy Efficient Welsh Schools

  United Kingdom

Thanks to WSP’s sustainable designs, primary school students and teachers in Wales were treated to a new and improved learning environment. Two primary schools in Carmarthenshire have been designed and built according to Passivhaus, the world’s most rigorous energy and comfort standard.

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