Apart from the qualification as a professional firm, Wing Law, WSP Asia’s Managing Director of Transport and Infrastructure, together with experts from his team including Calvin Li, Danny Wong, John Chan and Xavier Siu have also attained the qualifications for practitioners.
As a further push of the development of the Greater Bay Area, two sets of record‑filing measures were issued for professional firms and qualified practitioners from Hong Kong’s construction and engineering sector to practise in Qianhai and enjoy the same treatment as their mainland China counterparts.
These qualifications will enable WSP to directly participate in projects in Qianhai such as the bidding process and further integrate our extensive expertise from Hong Kong and the region into Qianhai’s development, facilitating integration of Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
With over 20 years’ experience in Shenzhen, WSP has been an integral part of the city’s tremendous growth as we have been involved in numerous landmarks and infrastructural projects. In the booming Qianhai where over 200 buildings were erected with comprehensive transportation networks in just years, we were proudly involved in the project and construction management of tunnels, bridges and large underground cooling stations in Guiwan and Qianwan, provision of transit-oriented development (TOD) consultancy services for planning and optimisation of a number of railway lines, MEP consultancy service for the Qianhai-Nanshan Deep Tunnel Sewerage System, as well as multiple iconic landmarks.
WSP’s Future Ready approach will continue to guide us in providing quality multidisciplinary engineering services to turn Qianhai into a world-class city and be the strategic partner of choice for clients and partners as we navigate opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.