Helping communities thrive is at the heart of our approach to sustainability. We facilitate long-term business success by enabling economic, environmental and social benefits that have a positive impact on current and future generations.



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Built Ecology is an integrated WSP practice that works with clients to create a sustainable built environment. Our team of professionals bring strategic thinking, industry leadership and technical depth to our buildings, transportation and infrastructure, water and environment, and advisory capabilities.  


From microgrids to sustainability reporting, high performance design and building certification, we offer a comprehensive range of services that ARE unmatched in the sustainability consulting or engineering fields.



  • Design analytics
  • Design and construction strategy and certifications
  • Health and wellness
  • Building performance data analytics and commissioning
  • Supply side systems
  • Neighborhood planning and resiliency
  • Existing buildings and portfolio strategy and certifications


A Life Cycle Approach

We are our clients’ strategic advisors, advocating for and guiding teams towards sustainable outcomes and supporting informed, data-driven decision-making. Our comprehensive life cycle approach to sustainability addresses planning, development, design and operation of the built environment. This allows us to drive connections between disciplines, enabling a full achievement of client goals. 

We leverage our people’s skills and global experience to continuously seek out opportunities to incorporate new tools, techniques, research and technologies into our projects, and to expand the window of what is possible. 


Expanding Opportunities for Sustainable Outcomes

We help our clients transform the built environment into a human-centric, decarbonised, healthy, equitable, resilient and vibrant place, adding measurable value to our projects. 

The opportunity for improved sustainability exists everywhere, from projects pursuing net zero energy and living building goals, to building owners and operators that are exploring possibilities to incrementally improve their environmental footprint and their tenant’s health and experience.