The Top 20 Non-US Firms in International Construction Management and Program Management ranking is based on revenue from projects outside of the firm’s home market - in our case, Canada - and the Top 20 Non-US Firms in Global Construction Management and Program Management is based on the total revenue regardless of where the projects were located.
Projects for which we provided construction and program management services include:
JOSEPH & ROSALIE SEGAL FAMILY HEALTH CENTRE, VANCOUVER, CANADA
Due to open in 2017, the Joseph & Rosalie Segal Family Health Centre represents a major advance for mental health and substance use care in British Columbia. The eight-storey mental health and substance use facility on the Vancouver General Hospital campus is set to provide a unique, healing environment for patients suffering from schizophrenia, depression, mood disorders and other acute mental health conditions.
CALIFORNIA HIGH SPEED RAIL, UNITED STATES
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.
MICHALLON HOSPITAL, GRENOBLE, FRANCE
Through careful design and a holistic approach, the project is harnessing the latest research in hospital organization to improve both clinical outcomes and day-to-day life for patients and staff in this 2,200-bed teaching hospital.
WOODROW WILSON BRIDGE REPLACEMENT, USA
This project replaced a functionally obsolete bridge on the Capital Beltway with the world’s widest draw spans over the Potomac River between the US states of Virginia and Maryland.
VIDEOTRON CENTRE, QUEBEC CITY, CANADA
Quebec’s long-awaited amphitheatre opened in September 2015 after a three-year building process hailed as a model of cost-effective, efficient construction.
SONGDO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA
The Songdo International Business District has more than 1,500 acres of reclaimed land. It is one of the world's largest private development projects, and the first project of its kind in South Korea to incorporate LEED standards of the U.S. Green Building Council.