Projects

Aging and growing populations, rapid urbanization and greater demand for connectivity mean that developers and governments around the world require more resilient and sustainable urban and transport infrastructure.

WSP aims to assist in this transition to a sustainable, resilient world. Here are some of our projects.

In the China National Urbanization Strategy, one of the key elements is urban “water resilience”. The Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City (SSTEC) zone is located in an important strategic coastal region for China’s national development. The Water System Plan in the SSTEC expansion project delivered resource and energy savings and enhanced long-term sustainability programs.
The City of Huddinge is expected to grow significantly in coming years. WSP evaluated potential future risks associated with rapid urbanization by simulating environmental and societal changes, such as weather and water flow fluctuations, population growth, economic instability and an ageing population. (Swedish only, Fantastika idéer #41)
Savannah East, a seven-storey office building completed in 2016, is the first structure in Trinidad and Tobago certified for its ecofriendly features by the U.S. Green Building Council.
The Turcot Interchange is the main hub for road traffic in Montreal, connecting three highways and linking the international airport, downtown Montreal and the suburbs. Upon completion of the project, the new infrastructure will properly integrate into the dense urban landscape and meet with contemporary requirements.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C, which opened in September 2016, includes an array of features that make it a showcase of sustainable design.

 

Successful and early delivery of Metrolink extensions and service enhancements, tripling the size of the original network, in Manchester, UK.
New York City’s No. 7 subway line was extended 2.4 km from its previous terminus at Times Square to a new station at Hudson Yards, a new commercial, residential and recreational development in west midtown Manhattan.
The Nobelia Office Tower is a 19-storey tower aiming to set a benchmark in sustainable building design in the greater Central African region.
Our US headquarters at One Penn Plaza in Manhattan, New York was officially recognized with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the US Green Building Council.
This mixed-use urban renewal project in Sydney seeks to provide a blue-print for addressing urban challenges in Australia, servicing increased density with low-impact energy and water systems while improving public amenities and liveability.
The California High-Speed Rail system will connect the mega-regions of the State of California and contribute to economic development and a cleaner environment.