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16 June 2022
We are pleased to announce the release of our 2021 Global Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report: “Positive and Bold Change Agents”.
2 June 2022
WSP is pleased to announce that it has acquired BOD Arquitectura e Ingeniería, a 45-employee architecture and engineering firm based in Madrid, Spain. The addition of BOD will expand WSP’s Property & Buildings service offering, while boosting its visibility in Madrid and across Spain.
1 June 2022
We are pleased to announce that WSP has entered into an agreement to acquire the Environment & Infrastructure business (“E&I”) of John Wood Group plc. With approximately 6,000 experts in 10 countries, E&I has a rich history in the environmental sector and a well-diversified client base.
30 May 2022
‘Recovery, renewal & rediscovery: Planning a climate-smart healthcare system’ is the headline of this year’s European Healthcare Design Congress & Exhibition from 13th to 15th June. We’re thrilled about this years event which brings a plethora of exciting topics such as modern methods of construction, decarbonisation and digital transformation.
We’re excited to attend in person for the first time in 2 years and have a great line up representing WSP, read on to find out more.
11 May 2022
WSP has announced robust results for the first quarter of 2022, with 12.7% organic net revenue growth, a significant increase in backlog and solid improvement in adjusted EBITDA, adjusted EBITDA margin and adjusted net earnings per share.
25 April 2022
Since late 2021, WSP has been supporting the Climate Foundation in an exciting project to develop a prototype design for Marine Permaculture Arrays.
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Groundbreaking land development project, involving bridges, roads, marine structures, utilities, power, water, and tunnels
Stockholm Central Station is the busiest station in Sweden, both for long-distance travel and within the Stockholm commuter network.
Successful and early delivery of Manchester Metrolink extensions and service enhancements triple the size of the original network.
The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe. The 306 m high iconic tower has redefined the London skyline and is already an international symbol for London.
The Roy Hill Iron Ore Project involved the delivery of a new mine and its process plant, a 344-km heavy haul railway from mine to port, and a new two-berth port facility at Port Hedland.
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is one of three coastal stadia built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
56 Leonard is one of the most distinctive landmarks on the Lower Manhattan skyline. The building is a staggered series of irregular boxes, with cantilevers ranging from 10ft to 25ft, designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron – the practice behind the ‘Bird’s Nest’ Olympic stadium in Beijing. When complete, it will provide 145 luxury apartments in the TriBeCa district, conceived by the architect as “houses stacked in the sky”.
The first deep-water concrete immersed-tube tunnel in North America will significantly reduce travel time while greatly improving safety.
Premier Tower’s amorphic form responds to its island-site location and endeavours to balance Melbourne’s architectural past with its bright future.
After over a decade of planning and building, the Panama Canal has expanded its capacity thanks to the additional set of locks, large enough to accommodate modern cargo ships.