With more than 150 consultants, including engineers, scientists, planners, engagement specialists and geologists, WSP in New Zealand’s Earth and Environment team works with clients to deliver practical design and engineering solutions for a fast-changing world.

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Innovative methods

Our seismic hazard assessment team are leading the way with innovative methods to bring together the best available science to quantify earthquake hazards, pushing the boundaries of local and international practice.

Award winning

Our Planning and Community Engagement Team have been awarded numerous industry and Client-recognition awards for work on infrastructure and environmental projects. WSP is a corporate member of IAP2

licensed assessors

With rising awareness of environmental concerns, our environment team plays an essential role in helping to protect Aotearoa's previous natural resources for future generations. 

Harnessing Innovation to Address Climate Change

We have undertaken the committment to achieve net zero emissions throughout our entire value chain by 2040, employing science-based targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
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Māori have developed perspectives on environmental issues over centuries, and Iwi and Hapū remain closely connected with their taiao (environment). Performing their responsibilities as kaitiaki is a core value that Māori bring to infrastructure projects
Reginald Profitt Pou Arataki – Director Māori


Meet our People

Michael Watson
Head of Environment and Heritage
New Zealand
Rachel Lawson
Head of Planning
New Zealand
Alison Bintliff
Head of Geotechnics & Tunnels
New Zealand

It is crucial to drive systemic change that realigns economic and financial systems to incentivise and advance sustainable solutions.

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