Related Projects Toronto, Ontario, Canada Sidewalk Toronto WSP is part of the team supporting Sidewalk Labs in the preparation and creation of the Master Innovation and Development Plan. Australia Due Diligence for Puma Energy Our environmental liability advice helped to inform a business acquisition in Papua New Guinea. Calgary, Alberta, Canada Climate Adaptation Assessment There is no doubt that greenhouse gas emissions have changed local weather patterns. The City of Calgary is proactively addressing climate change risks and potential adaptation actions. Toronto, Ontario, Canada Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension The first subway extension in Toronto in over 15 years, the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) was a decade long project. The $3.2 billion Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) is expected to carry some 24 million passengers a year by 2020. Turku, Western Finland Turku Tramway System The City of Turku has had an average annual growth of 1,600 new residents over the past five years. Stockholm, Sweden Tramway City The tram network in Stockholm is undergoing a major expansion. Tramway City is expected to carry 63,000 passengers per day in 2030 and will supply the new Royal Seaport district with efficient and environmentally friendly public transport. England, UK Personal Carbon Tracking System WSP is the first company in the world to launch a personal carbon tracking program for its employees, allowing them to track and reduce their emissions easily at home. New York, NY, USA Fulton Street Transit Center Helping deliver a transit center that is seen as essential to the economic recovery of Lower Manhattan Helsinki, Finland Boulevard Development Impact Assessment An innovative approach sheds new light on Helsinki’s urban development, with the creation of city boulevards. Zürich, Switzerland Ionbond Ionbond, headquartered in Switzerland, has very high requirements regarding the quality of its products as well as the services of its consultants. The technical competences regarding EHS must be provided in different countries worldwide. National and local legislation, local peculiarities as well as international good practice and Ionbond EHS company policies must be considered.