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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.
An Integrated Resource Recovery (IRR) strategy was developed for the Courtice Water Pollution Control Plant and was a first step towards the sustainability of this 68.2 MLD plant. The study searched for technical solutions to derive value from the plant’s waste and to minimize its inputs. The results not only brought focus to the Region, which lead to the IRR option to pursue further into the design and implementation phase, but also immediate improvements with the implementation of short-term solutions.
The largest power transmission line in this South American country connects the north and the south, thus providing greater power reliability and stability.
Harvesting wind energy to power homes.
Combining electricity generation with sustainable cultivation.
WSP provided detailed design in joint venture and full engineer-procure-construct services for the expansion of the Sand Hill Energy Center in Austin, Texas.
WSP’s Save and Preserve Project came up with an ingenious—and highly sustainable—way of keeping worshippers warm in cold medieval churches on the Island of Gotland, in Sweden.
Our services span design review, quality surveillance and site supervision during the construction and commissioning of the 2,800 MW heavy fuel oil-fired power plant, with four units at 700 MW.
Performing collaborative project management and advanced engineering for one of the largest power plants in the world while helping build local communities.
WSP, Africa has played a pivotal role in bringing about the development of the Diaz Wind Farm in Namibia. The wind farm aims to bring an additional 44MW to Namibia’s national grid, which will also alleviate some of the pressure on the Southern African grid.