Other challenges that we have overcome Logan City, Logan district, Queensland, Australia Logan Water and Infrastructure Partnership The partnership looks after one of the largest water infrastructure programs in Australia and delivers new and improved water, wastewater and recycled water infrastructure. British Columbia, Canada Block caving reaches deeper deposits at KSM WSP is helping plan development of what could become one of the biggest gold-copper mines in the world, using an efficient and cost-effective underground mining method. Bogota, Colombia First Metro Line of Bogota WSP is the Lead Civils and Systems Designer for Bogota’s long-awaited Metro Line 1. Denver, Colorado, USA Water Utilities Climate Risk Assessment and Adaptation WSP collaborated with forward-looking water utilities to test, update and refine a model framework to integrate climate change risks and adaptation strategies into key business practices. Hamburg, Germany Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter Project managing a brand-new facility for the study of materials at the most fundamental level. United Kingdom Delivering the Rosalind Franklin Laboratory How collaborative working helped transform an industrial building in Royal Leamington Spa into one of the world’s largest coronavirus diagnostic testing facilities in record time. Hong Kong Organic Resources Recovery Centre Phase 2 (O·PARK2), Hong Kong At WSP, we strive to help our clients manage and reduce impacts related to sustainability, climate change, energy and the environment by providing them the best practice solutions, and we are proud to contribute to the global efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Helsinki, Finland Atlantinsilta, Helsinki: 2022 Bridge of the Year The project brought together our expertise in bridge, foundation and lighting design, as well as landscape architecture. Sydhavnen, Denmark Karens Minde Aksen The area around Karens Minde in Copenhagen's old South Harbour district is to be urbanized and climate-adapted as part of a single project. Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada Safeguarding the Water Supply in the City of Iqaluit When a foreign chemical appears in a municipal water supply, making it unsafe for human consumption, immediate action to locate and resolve the issue must take place. That’s exactly what happened, twice, in the City of Iqaluit, Nunavut, thanks to WSPs water team. Durham - UK Wolsingham Sewage Treatment Works Challenges the Status Quo Learn how our innovative and sustainable approach to this project yielded never-before-seen results, created a buzz and won awards. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Sydney Modern Project The first public art museum in Australia to achieve a 6-star Green Star design rating. WSP worked with Atelier Ten and the Art Gallery of New South Wales during the design phase to ensure ecologically sustainable design outcomes were achieved.