New Structures Lead to Support Sydney Through Uncertain Times

We welcome Ross Harvey from WSP’s London office to join and lead our NSW Structures team in Sydney.

Having worked in the industry for over 18 years, Ross brings a wealth of international experience. He has led engineering teams in several high-profile London developments, including Principal Tower with Fosters + Partners and 22 Bishopsgate tower  with PLP, along with a range of projects in the Middle East. Ross was also involved in the UK Holocaust Memorial, working with Adjaye Associates, Ron Arad Architects and Gustafson Porter + Bowman.


Commenting on his new appointment, Ross says, “Sydney is a resilient city with unique opportunities. My aim is to work closely with our clients to support the city and continue to shape spaces that keep our communities connected."


Ross’s work with the NSW Structures team will contribute to the ever-evolving cityscape in Sydney and its surrounds, with a focus on placemaking and creating a Future Ready city.


Rob Clarke, Director of Property and Buildings says, “The depth of experience, skills and approach Ross brings to the team in Sydney will offer a new perspective and further the innovative thinking within our projects. His leadership style creates an inclusive and empowered culture that encourages the questioning of the status-quo, enabling his team to flourish and deliver world-class designs.”


Ross is passionate about design and innovation and constantly challenges the limits of standard practice. He says, “I have always loved problem solving, finding solutions and creating ideas. Having spent a lot of time travelling, coming across new people and cultures has given me an immense appreciation for discovery.”


Throughout his career Ross has worked closely with many globally renowned clients and stakeholders, including Oxford University, Land Securities and Brookfield Multiplex.


Keep an ear out for Ross Harvey on WSP’s podcast series in the coming weeks, as he draws on his experience from the UK in delivering complex overbuilds such, as rail infrastructure and heritage sites, to help maintain places in densified cities.


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