Featured Projects London, England, UK Heathrow Terminal 2B Meeting resilience, security and maintenance requirements while providing a best-in-class passenger experience at Heathrow Helsinki, Finland Kruunuvuorensilta Kruunuvuorensilta will be one of the longest bridges in the world dedicated to public transportation, pedestrians and cyclists. Kalahari Desert, Southern Africa Kalahari Solar Power Project There’s certainly no shortage of sunshine in the Kalahari Desert but, until now, there had been no way of actually using it to support the economic development of South Africa’s Northern Cape region. Stockholm, Sweden Stockholm Central Station Stockholm Central Station is the busiest station in Sweden, both for long-distance travel and within the Stockholm commuter network. Paris, Île-de-France, France Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris The Fondation Louis Vuitton’s modern art collections have an extraordinary new home, next to the Jardin d’Acclimatation in the Bois de Boulogne, Paris. The futuristic glass landmark designed by Frank Gehry has 11 galleries of different sizes, a 350-seat auditorium and multilevel roof terraces for events and art installations. The building takes the form of a boat’s sails inflated by the wind. Roy Hill Iron Ore The Roy Hill Iron Ore Project involved the delivery of a new mine and its process plant, a 344-km heavy haul railway from mine to port, and a new two-berth port facility at Port Hedland. Montréal, Québec, Canada The Montreal Tower Repurposing a Montreal symbol and the world’s tallest inclined tower to create a modern and dynamic office space. California, USA California High Speed Rail WSP is the rail delivery partner for the first high-speed rail system planned for implementation in the US and has developed new railway standards for HSR in the country. Dubai, Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates Palm Jumeirah Groundbreaking land development project, involving bridges, roads, marine structures, utilities, power, water, and tunnels New York, NY, USA 56 Leonard, New York 56 Leonard is one of the most distinctive landmarks on the Lower Manhattan skyline. The building is a staggered series of irregular boxes, with cantilevers ranging from 10ft to 25ft, designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron – the practice behind the ‘Bird’s Nest’ Olympic stadium in Beijing. When complete, it will provide 145 luxury apartments in the TriBeCa district, conceived by the architect as “houses stacked in the sky”.