OTHER CHALLENGES THAT WE HAVE OVERCOME Denver, Colorado, USA Denver International Airport Asset Management Improvement Program WSP USA developed a Strategic Asset Management Plan for Denver International Airport and provided implementation support. Cantabria, Spain Photovoltaic Building Facade for University of Cantabria The University of Cantabria’s engineering school is one of the most prestigious engineering schools in Spain. The campus is located in Santander, along the northern coast of the country. Denmark Meet Louie, WSP’s newest pollution dog 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. Dubai, Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates One Za'abeel One Za’abeel is an engineering first and is set to be a Middle East icon. Billingham, Durham, England, UK Premier Foods Plant WSP delivered a upgrade to Premier Foods’ Billingham facility to increase the capacity of a plant manufacturing the meat-free protein Quorn. Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa Rosebank Towers Rosebank Towers achieves 4-Star rating, with Transportation innovation. San Francisco, California, USA Emerging Mobility Studies - San Francisco County Transportation Authority New technologies are rapidly enabling innovations in transportation modes and services. In just a few years, these innovations have brought us ride-hail services, autonomous vehicles, bicycle-sharing systems, ride-pooling services and more. The impacts of these services on our transportation system have largely gone unmeasured. Maryland, USA Maryland Connected and Automated Vehicle Program Support WSP USA has several on-call contracts to provide multidisciplinary connected and automated vehicle support across various business units within the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT). Project Development of Connected Vehicle Technology for US Army Test on Michigan Freeway As part of the Planet M initiative, the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) partnered to test connected vehicle applications on the I-69 freeway in Lapeer County, Michigan. WSP USA was a part of the MDOT team leading the infrastructure deployments. USA, nationwide Connected and Automated Vehicle Federal Research WSP USA’s experts are engaged in a wide array of national research covering all aspects of connected and automated vehicles (CAV).