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WSP is working in joint venture with Laing O’Rourke as Pacific Complete in the role of delivery partner on Woolgoolga to Ballina, which is part of the largest regional infrastructure project in Australia.
WSP reconfigures and upgrades Downtown Toronto’s Lower Simcoe Street (York-Bay-Yonge) Off Ramp.
Two major bridges, 13 overpass bridges, 17 highway bridges, 11 interchanges, 90-meter-long tunnel, 14-lane toll plaza, and 42-km of new four-lane highway.
Yas Bay is a new waterfront destination development located on the southern part of Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. It will be one of the UAE’s most iconic and vibrant waterfront destinations offering a broad array of entertainment options including restaurants, hotels and a state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena. The destination will include a waterfront promenade and a pier with more than 50 cafés and restaurants, 20 retail outlets, a cinema, a beach club, and two hotels.
The Smith Street Motorway is the major east-west arterial road connecting the Pacific Motorway (M1) to the new Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct in Parkwood and Olsen Avenue.
As the largest single road investment in the history of New South Wales, this project continues to contribute to the long-term development and growth of the Hunter region.
This project will transform the way freight moves through Botany Bay in Sydney’s south west and become a world reference for intermodal excellence.