WSP is proud to have played a role in many of the world’s greenest cultural buildings. From breathtaking lighting design for the Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania and flawless acoustics for the Dubai Opera House to rigorous climate control for the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane and robust security for the new Zayed National Museum in Abu Dhabi, our teams provide creative, tailored solutions that meet stringent building criteria while reducing carbon emissions and running costs.
We understand the tough budgetary constraints that cultural organisations are facing, so we always strive to help them minimise costs and achieve the greatest possible benefit from their investment. We like to think we play an essential supporting role, underpinning our clients’ artistic and commercial success with flexible, efficient spaces that meet today’s toughest performance standards and ensure outstanding value for generations to come.
Transformation and renewal
Embracing the future doesn’t mean letting go of the past. We are proud to work with the world’s most prestigious cultural institutions as they strive to engage new generations of visitors and remain relevant in a fast-changing world. Our teams bring unrivalled expertise in sensitively updating precious heritage buildings to perform to the highest modern standards, while equipping them to handle whatever the future holds. We give much-loved landmarks, such as the SS Great Britain or the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, a new lease of life, keeping in mind what makes them unique.