Combining Local Service with Global Experience
With over 50 years of infrastructure engineering experience working with city managers and developers, our teams have the technical expertise to deliver infrastructure on par with the world’s best cities, on time and within budget. Our portfolio includes projects of varying size and scale in urban centres, towns, and regions with extreme climate.
Delivering this global expertise locally we have, for example, collaborated with the NSW Department of Planning & Environment and other NSW State agencies to consider the implication of future mega-trends for the Western Sydney Airport Aerotropolis, having regard to Future Mobility, Future Climate, Future Place and Future Data. Through workshop sessions with these agencies we were able to build scenarios and consider priorities and response strategies to ensure that the planning for the Aerotropolis is Future Ready.
Working with the Westmead Alliance our team has helped shape the vision and masterplan for Westmead to become a health and education precinct that develops over time to become a world-class innovation district.
As a trusted advisor WSP has worked with Renewal SA for over a decade to shape and deliver the vision for the Tonsley Innovation District, Adelaide. WSP now brings that experience, coupled with our global expertise, to bear on the ongoing work we are doing at the former GMH site and more broadly across Fishermans Bend, Melbourne.
On a global scale WSP are also engaged in the Stockholm Royal Seaport which is a vibrant waterfront community, built on 236ha of former industrial land. The first phase of the development is now on site and over the next 15 years, the plan is to build 12,000 new apartments, and 35,000 new work places. WSP has combined the best current thinking on energy efficiency with technological innovation and new approaches to handling energy demand across the district. Buildings use the most energy-efficient materials, and draw on low-energy designs from Germany and Austria, to reach a new low in energy use of just half of building code requirements. The site highlights the projects ability to integrate an extensive transport strategy with vast open spaces and landscaping.