As infrastructure needs tend to surpass available funding, clients rely on our funding and financing expertise for guidance in making sound strategy and policy adjustments to help close funding gaps and enable the successful and expeditious execution of projects and programs.


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Working closely with public agencies, companies, and communities, WSP takes pride in helping clients evaluate their funding and financing options. We tap into our extensive experience in public funding and planning of projects in transit, highway, energy, bridges, buildings, and aviation infrastructure.

Putting Our Experience to Work for You

WSP’s financial experts combine backgrounds in public sector service, investment banking, law, planning, and consulting with our technical experts’ know-how in design, construction, operations, and maintenance in order to fund and deliver cost effective and sustainable infrastructure.

We provide clients with expertise in financial planning and cash flow modeling, capital planning, funding application assistance, cost allocation, public financing, value capture, demand forecasts, forecasting revenue and expenditure models, pricing analysis and strategies, as well as real estate and fiscal analysis.

Our approach was developed to meet the needs of our clients. We emphasize precision, transparency, and flexibility, while encouraging collaboration. WSP provides our clients with tools, strategies, and solutions that fully assess risks and opportunities, producing accurate results for sound decision-making.

WSP in Action

The Transportation Infrastructure Model for Economic Development (TIMED) Program is Louisiana’s largest transportation program in the state’s history. The ongoing program designated 16 specific transportation projects, including widening state highways, improvements and/or new construction of major bridges, and funding improvements to both the Port of New Orleans and Louis Armstrong International Airport. In 2002, LA DOT took two major steps to accelerate the $4.6 billion program: it hired a private management joint venture, led by WSP, and changed the program’s financing strategy to a bond-financed program.

Both measures shaved 20 years off the anticipated schedule. Working in partnership with the agency, WSP’s financial planning, public outreach, design management and construction engineering services have kept the award-winning program on track and successfully managed the massive disruptions caused by Hurricane Katrina.