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As a member of our Environment team, this beautiful, six-year-old Labrador Retriever may look like your average dog, but this former explosive detection dog is now trained to find the sources of chlorinated solvents that are wasted or improperly disposed of in natural and built environments.
The project included construction of numerous water management structures, including surface retention ponds, line retention, flow controllers and two pump stations.
In 2012, a Christchurch Central Recovery Plan was developed with a vision to reinvigorate Christchurch and bring more people back to the area, further encouraging greater investment and economic growth. The Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is a part of this changing landscape and will be a catalyst for further development of the city centre.
PRIME-designed port and rail facilities in Moorebank, in south-western Sydney
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.
Principal Place will be a major new mixed-use development on the City and Shoreditch border in EC2, London. The development comprises a mixture of uses, including a contemporary Grade A commercial office building and a landmark residential tower set as well as a 0.5 acre public piazza.
The remediation and redevelopment of this site included the management of a myriad of issues including threatened flora and fauna, major soil and groundwater contamination, mining leases and mine subsidence and industrial archaeology.
Posing hazards to public health and the environment, we removed toxic contaminants and transformed this old mining site into a popular destination for nature enthusiasts and clean energy investment.
WSP experts have provided III Phases of environmental assessment and remediation for this brownfield site.
WSP Environmental team was involved in ex-situ remediation of contaminated soil for the area in Malbork.