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To support base operations and enable the removal of expensive spot generation, the U.S. government needed a centralized power plant in Konduz.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contracted WSP to support the base. WSP delivered a turnkey solution that included:
WSP is guiding the CENTRUS joint venture and providing engineering and design management services for Canada’s largest and most complex heritage rehabilitation project.
Shaktoolik, Alaska, is a remote village of 260 people, located 125 miles east of Nome, on a narrow spit of land between the Tagoomenik River and the Bering Sea. Brightly painted houses line either side of the village’s only road, a 1-mile stretch of sand and gravel.
High-voltage transmission line bringing hydropower-generated electricity from Canada to New York City is the largest underground project of its kind ever attempted in North America.
To assist the U.S. Navy in achieving energy security, WSP USA performed environmental assessments at numerous installations within an abbreviated schedule to expedite diversification of our client’s energy portfolio.
Since 1987, our teams have played a crucial and ongoing role in monitoring air quality through its support of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Air Status and Trends Network (CASTNET).
WSP USA provided environmental, renewable energy and strategic outreach expertise to support this visionary effort — the first offshore wind energy master plan in the U.S.
The new NOAA Daniel K. Inouye Regional Research Center was dedicated in December 2013. It showcases sustainable adaptive reuse of two historic, World War II-era hangars directly involved in the 1941 attacks on Pearl Harbor.
Originally constructed between 1934 and 1936, the Federal Building at 50 United Nations Plaza in San Francisco is recognized on the official National Register of Historic Places as well as the California Register as a national landmark. WSP USA performed a full systems redesign of the buildings MEP, fire protection, lighting and sustainability systems, with a reliance on natural ventilation and passive cooling wherever possible.
The Barclays Center is a 19,000-seat arena in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Home to the Brooklyn Nets basketball team, the arena hosts professional and college basketball games, concerts, fine arts performances, circuses, hockey tournaments, graduation ceremonies, trade shows and other events.
Planning and designing infrastructure for a pioneering clean growth project that will put the UK at the forefront of net-zero innovation.
Essential to ensuring security and reliability of the grid to support increasing renewable energy connections, the new EnergyConnect transmission line will link New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria and would assist in transporting energy from the South-West Renewable Energy Zone to major demand centres.
The new building for Yuba City addresses the complexities of a courthouse program, balancing the need for a modern, secure and safe site with the project goals of maintaining a welcoming, transparent and stress-free user experience.