Although still subject to regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions, the transaction is expected to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2023.
“We are excited about joining forces with enstruct as it will strengthen our structural business in Sydney and provide relevant structural engineering capabilities that tie in strategically within our Properties & Buildings sector’s ambitions. The people at enstruct are highly regarded and will deepen our technical skills in the Australian market. I look forward to welcoming them to WSP.”
Alexandre L’Heureux, WSP’s President and CEO
“Our firms have a highly complementary client base, a common focus on the healthcare, education, defence and transport sectors and a shared commitment to excellence. This acquisition represents a significant opportunity to provide enhanced structural engineering services to our clients, while making a lasting and positive impact on our community.”
Guy Templeton, WSP’s CEO, Asia Pacific.
“Like WSP, we focus on delivering outstanding projects that combine innovation and quality. Combining our two teams means we can keep on delivering the personalized client service and leading structural engineering solutions for which we are known, while offering our clients access to the expanded network of expertise, digital tools and resources now available to us as part of WSP.”
Ross Clarke, enstruct’s Founder and Managing Director
enstruct is a specialized structural and civil engineering firm with a workforce of 75 employees in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Formed in 2000 by a group of likeminded engineers with experience designing and delivering landmark building projects throughout Australia, enstruct has become a leading consultant thanks to its innovative and pragmatic approach.
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