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We have played a key role in transforming an under-utilised part of Melbourne’s central business district, to create a vibrant urban community with the iconic dual tower, known as Collins Arch.
WSP were involved in the early design of the documentation of the Greenland Tower up to 2015 which entailed rigorous regulatory requirements and heritage challenges for Sydney’s tallest residential tower.
As part of the City of Sydney’s ambition to reach net zero emissions by 2035 we have played a key role in demonstrating ways to drive down GHG emissions in the built environment in Greater Sydney.
Our work will help the trust reduce its carbon emissions by supporting decision-making on changes to equipment, buildings and infrastructure.
In a 2013 policy address, the government of Hong Kong announced its intention to deal with the increasing demand for medical facilities from its population and formulate a clinical services plan to map out the future service development of a variety of hospital clusters. In 2016, it followed this with the allocation of HK$200bn to implement a 10-year hospital development plan that would seek to provide more than 6,000 beds and 94 operating theatres, and increase the capacity of specialist and general outpatient clinics across the city.
We were at the heart of a digital collaboration that pushed the possibilities of 3D design and off-site construction to deliver the largest capital project in Wales ahead of schedule.
WSP is leading the engineering consortium for Adelaide’s New Women’s and Children’s Hospital which will be 100 per cent electrified – making it Australia’s first all-electric major hospital.
WSP was part of the team that delivered this regional infectious containment (RIC) unit in just four months – an expansion critical in the fight against COVID-19.
All-electric hospital breaks new ground.
Low-carbon structural solution for rural community’s consolidated cancer treatment facility.
Dynamic building services design for a pioneering psychiatric facility
Yas Bay is a new waterfront destination development located on the southern part of Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. It will be one of the UAE’s most iconic and vibrant waterfront destinations offering a broad array of entertainment options including restaurants, hotels and a state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena. The destination will include a waterfront promenade and a pier with more than 50 cafés and restaurants, 20 retail outlets, a cinema, a beach club, and two hotels.