Our recent acquisition of Parsons Brinckerhoff has made us one of the world's leading professional services firms in the built and natural environment. We work with governments, businesses, architects and planners 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. Together, we’re approximately 31,500 experts, including engineers, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors, environmental specialists, as well as other design, program and construction management professionals. Globally, we’re based in more than 500 offices, across 39 countries, on 5 continents, and we have a network of offices across the UK. Wherever you are, you’re never far from one of our projects.
We’re proud to be part of delivering a sustainable energy future for the UK, from planning and project managing new infrastructure to reducing energy for our clients.
We transform the UK’s built environment and protect the natural environment, helping our clients find sustainable solutions and overcome environmental risks.
Whatever the field or scale of our clients’ operations, we help them maximise industrial assets, improve efficiencies, and turn process technologies in to effective, working designs.
Our buildings work hard for the people who use them, from iconic landmarks that make cities proud to sustainable universities that inspire future talent.
The UK’s road and rail network is changing and our teams are behind some of the most exciting and transformative projects – creating new transport hubs and regenerating existing assets.
19th December - A new European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) Level 2 signalling technology will be introduced to Malmbanan, an iron ore railway line in Sweden.
Northamptonshire County Council’s Cabinet has today confirmed the four-year extension of the council’s existing highways services contract with KierWSP, with the formation of a new strategic allian...
Following today’s Autumn Statement and the 5th iteration of the National Infrastructure Plan WSP UK Managing Director Mark Naysmith said it was encouraging to see infrastructure continue to be high...
WSP, the professional services consultancy, has provided two comments on the National Infrastructure Plan:
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Wherever you are in the UK, you’re never far from one of WSP’s success stories. From the tallest buildings to the deepest rail projects, from the broadest car parks to the narrowest mines, we’ve delivered our clients’ aspirations.
Progress has been made at the UN Climate Change Conference 2014 in Lima, but we can't afford to be complacent says WSP's sustainability expert David Symons.
An interview with WSP’s Jason Brooks.
ESOS, the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme, is ramping up and we’re beginning to work with a number of firms on their compliance strategies. A common question we’re looking at now is how many sit...
Half of the world’s population are city dwellers, a figure estimated to increase to rise to 75 per cent by 2050. This massive urban growth comes makes the future of our economies, climate and futur...
We respect our clients, our colleagues, our partners and the environment, and we do the best we can by each of them. Find out from our people what it is like working at WSP.