WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff have combined and are now one of the world's leading engineering professional services consulting firms. Together we provide services to transform the built environment and restore the natural environment, and our expertise ranges from environmental remediation to urban planning, from engineering iconic buildings to designing sustainable transport networks, and from developing the energy sources of the future to enabling new ways of extracting essential resources. We have approximately 31,500 employees, including engineers, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors, program and construction management professionals, and various environmental experts. We are based in more than 500 offices across 39 countries worldwide.
Aviation is now essential to the everyday lifestyles of millions of people around the world, acting as a key driver to both global economic growth and stability.
From achieving the highest levels of sustainable design to creating inspirational spaces in a cultural buildings and designing iconic landmark structures: buildings are for people.
WSP has an unrivalled track record in delivering commercial projects for investors, developers and occupiers around the world. Our work is focused on the office and mixed-use markets and includes new build and refurbi...
We help to manage environmental, sustainability and climate change issues to reduce risk, optimise opportunities, create competitive advantage and deliver responsible and sustainable businesses.
We understand the many challenges of public sector development and combine our world-class knowledge with in-depth experience of local social, political and economic conditions to ensure sustainable projects that meet...
We have extensive experience in the planning and design of both luxury and budget hotel and resort developments worldwide, with a strong track record of repeat appointments by satisfied clients. In this highly competi...
From prefeasibility studies to detailed design work, WSP is passionate about problem solving and innovation at every stage of your industrial project.
We utilise the best of current technology whilst delivering systems that can grow with advancements in the sector.
The mining sector is facing many challenges; cost base pressures from decreasing grades and increasing input costs; resource nationalism; complexities from mining deeper underground; optimising existing mines; environ...
Rail construction is enjoying a global boom with governments worldwide viewing rail as a sustainable transport solution that can reduce both congestion and pollution in their cities.
With many years' experience in the residential sector, we are helping to deliver successful and profitable residential developments and their associated infrastructure, creating desirable, affordable homes.
From store upgrades to major developments we respond to the needs of the developer, the fund, architects, retail client and end-user. Our goal is to optimise trade by creating the very best retail experience.
Sport and Leisure can define a city or community. The facilities we have access to, for relaxation, learning and play can attract the very best talent to an area. For towns and cities to remain competitive, our client...
We are known for our ability to undertake complex, large-scale projects in urban environments, working across the public, community, education, residential and commercial sectors.
WSP USA has been selected to receive the New Practice Areas and Business Achievement Award for Mergers & Acquisitions from the Environmental Business Journal.
The Financial Post, a national daily newspaper in Canada, published today an article by Barry Critchley about WSP’s success story.
With the launch of the CDP pilot water program, WSP, as a consultancy partner in the US, created an infographic to help organizations navigate the program.
WSP has been ranked best service engineer and joint-second for structural engineering by the top 100 global architects.
“Big walk sometimes follows big talk” is how the Globe and Mail’s Nicolas Van Praet describes how WSP is turning its growth strategy plan into a concrete reality.
This month’s issue of ReNew Canada, the infrastructure magazine features a ranking of Canada’s 100 biggest infrastructure projects (ranked by project value).
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