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WSP USA, formerly Willoughby Engineering, provided high-performance energy and water efficiency strategies, passive energy design approaches and broader sustainability solutions.
A technically advanced facade enclosure system integrated with the HVAC system is a key design aspect, and a demonstration of excellence in building performance and technology.
The US Army Corps of Engineers hired WSP to prepare a Real Property Master Plan to transform Fort Leonard Wood's downtown into a walkable urban setting
The first building built at Ground Zero following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the new 7 World Trade Center replaces the original building that stood on the same site.
This new residential project will be the tallest modular building in the world at 32 stories. Off-site fabrication of the units will be completed at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, before being transported and constructed on the project site. The building will contain 350 units and is being built as part of the 22-acre Atlantic Yards development.
A distinctive mixed-use tower in San Francisco’s Transbay Transit District, 181 Fremont stands at 800 feet with approximately 683,800 square feet consisting of 54 stories. It is the tallest mixed-use building west of the Mississippi River. The building’s unique exoskeleton structural system provides column-less interiors comprises 68 ultra-luxury condominium residences and 411,000 square feet of Class A+ office space.
Greenfire Campus takes sustainability to a new level, combining sensible conservation with sustainable ecological practices. It models a new approach to sustainable design by creating an urban ecosystem campus with a five-story apartment building and a four-story, 18,000-square-foot office building with ground floor retail.
WSP USA provided MEP engineering services for the commercial high-rise project at 101 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, which is the home of the PWC headquarters.
Built in 1856, the Domino Sugar Refinery has dominated the waterfront of Williamsburg, Brooklyn for over 150 years. After the facility closed in 2004, the city seized the opportunity to redevelop the area for housing. WSP USA provided built ecology services for developer Two Trees’ masterplan, which was approved by the city in 2014.
Located in downtown Boulder, PearlWest employs cutting-edge green building techniques and technology to produce a 175,000-square-foot, mixed-use development which combines office and retail space with restaurants, a theater and a public roof deck.
This 123-story mixed-use tower consists of retail, commercial, residential, hotel and public spaces, including an observation deck and restaurants. It is the third-tallest building in Asia, and the tallest in the world to receive LEED certification.
1800 Arch Street, a new 53-story tower in downtown Philadelphia, includes 28 office floors, 12 sky gardens and six amenity floors. The building is targeting LEED Platinum. Office spaces are designed to promote collaboration, offer a variety of work environments and promote employee health and wellness.