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WSP has once more improved its ranking in the Engineering News-Record (ENR) Top 225 International Design Firms list for 2014.
WSP releases its second consolidated global sustainability report.
WSP has announced a number of key hires in its management advisory business as part of its ongoing recruitment drive.
WSP has been awarded three contracts to provide civil design support to DONG Energy on the Walney Extension, Burbo Bank Extension and Race Bank Wind Farm projects.
The contracts are for the prov...
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WSP's David Symons, director in the environmental business, discusses the possible impact of the new Environmental Sentencing Guidelines.
The government's consultation on Energy Performance Certificates will create implications for commercial and domestic landlords. David Symons, a director at WSP, explains what may change.
James Patterson - leader of our energy efficiency practice - blogs on what to expect from the implementation of the Energy Savings Opportunity Schemes (ESOS).
The Water Framework Directive, introduced to improve the quality of the UK's rivers, will present challenges to new developments. Andrew Moore, Technical Director at WSP, gives a lowdown for develo...
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