We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Todt, Gmür + Partner AG, an engineering firm based in Switzerland. Specializing in the building sector, Todt, Gmür + Partner AG has many clients in both the public and private sectors. This acquisition adds 24 people to the WSP workforce and strengthens our expertise in the building industry.

“Through this acquisition, we are strengthening our presence in Switzerland,” said Petr Bilek, Managing Director, WSP Continental Europe. “The expertise provided by the professionals at Todt, Gmür + Partner AG also complements that of Wirthensohn, a firm we acquired in 2017, which specializes in building technology and automation (BMS), MEP coordination, energy optimisation and energy efficiency consulting. We welcome all of our new colleagues to WSP,” he added. 

Harry Gmür, Managing Director of Todt, Gmür + Partner AG, commented on the acquisition: “Joining WSP is great news for Todt, Gmür + Partner AG. For us, WSP is the ideal partner for the next stage of our growth. Their expertise and vast network of professionals are an asset for us, conducive to national and international development. In addition, by partnering with a team whose business model and culture are in line with ours, we’re adding significant opportunities for both our clients and our employees.” 


Todt, Gmür + Partner AG was founded in 1997 and has almost 25 years of experience in the field of technical building equipment. Todt, Gmür + Partner AG stands out for its knowledge and extremely good reputation, which has made it a market leader in this field. Todt, Gmür + Partner AG has been involved in projects such as hospital buildings (Balgrist University Hospital, Hirslanden and Schulthess Clinics, St. Claraspital in Basel), Campus Santé in Renens, Spiez High-Security Laboratory, laboratory buildings for pharmaceuticals companies (Novartis, CILAG, DOW, IVF Hartmann) and many office buildings and social buildings such as schools, colleges, theater buildings, theaters, the Zurich Midfield Airport and adjacent Circle complex.