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There’s no challenge in the built and natural environment that our experts won’t see as a possibility. From the tallest towers to the deepest stations, we plan, design and deliver value for our clients and a sustainable future for the UK.


WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff is helping to improve the performance of the Herbarium’s ground source heat pump system at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The building houses over seven million specimens collected from around the world and plays a crucial role in plant biodiversity.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s SS Great Britain is a wrought-iron hulled, screw-propelled, steam and sail powered passenger ship – a landmark example of early Victorian engineering and an important part of Britain’s heritage. WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff was engaged to deliver a mechanical and electrical engineering solution as unique as the ship itself. The brief required a controlled dehumidified environment in the dry dock and ship to stabilise the corrosion of the iron hull.

Principal Place will be a major new mixed-use development on the City and Shoreditch border in EC2, London. The development comprises a mixture of uses, including a contemporary Grade A commercial office building and a landmark residential tower as well as a 0.5 acre public piazza.