In Poland we provide integrated design and consulting engineering services in three key market segments: Buildings (Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Public Heath engineering), Environment and Sustainability.
Over 15 years of experience in planning, designing and delivering successful office developments means we have a unique understanding of the Polish market.
We have a broad experience in creating stimulating and inspirational environments for learning. Our projects involve some major educational centers in Poland.
Our expertise of over 15 years in environmental services, helps our Clients face the challenges of today by having safe, efficient and progressive business practices.
We have experience in the planning, design and technical due diligence of both luxury and budget hotels.
In Poland we offer engineering and environmental solutions for the Oil & Gas sector.
From store upgrades to major developments we respond to the needs of the developer, architects, retail Client and end-user.
The new and refurbished housing projects we deliver, give residents a high quality of life, are sustainably designed, and provide Clients good return on investment.
From prefeasibility studies to detailed design work, WSP is passionate about problem solving and innovation at every stage of your industrial project.
It is a coincidence but a great fit that the first digital, mobile-friendly issue of Network discusses resilience. Like the projects that we work on, our publication evolves with its environment.
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff ranks first in construction and program management in ENR’s Top 250 International Contractors.
This prestigious development, for which we designed mechanical services, hosted the opening concert.
We have entered into an arrangement agreement to acquire MMM Group, one of the largest privately-owned engineering consulting companies in Canada with approximately 2,000 employees.
The top-quality office and retail building, for which we provided mechanical engineering, has been officially opened.
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