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WSP reconfigures and upgrades Downtown Toronto’s Lower Simcoe Street (York-Bay-Yonge) Off Ramp.
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.
Northeast Anthony Henday Drive - An award winning P3 highway project for which WSP was the Lead Highway Design Coordinator responsible for 25 per cent of the project scope including all utility design and coordination.
Sea-to-Sky Highway Improvement - An award winning Improvement project which provided $131 million in benefits to the community, including training and employment for many Indigenous workers, and recreational trail improvements along the highway
Laurier Avenue Segregated Bike Lane Design Pilot Project + The pilot project promoted cycling as an effective transportation mode and resulted in bike traffic increasing by an average of 240 per cent per day in the summer of the following year.