WSP Opus, one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consulting firms, is acknowledging its unparalleled New Zealand heritage as it harnesses the power of global thinking.
Last Thursday WSP Opus brought together a group of sustainability champions to discuss projects tackling climate change and plastic pollution in the Pacific. As suspected, there is no silver bullet solution, but the power of group thinking enabled us to identify a number of bronze bullet solutions.
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day, we sat down with The University of Auckland's first Civil Engineer graduate, Sue Scott.
WSP Water Sector Leader, Liam Foster addresses climate change and its profound wear and tear on New Zealand’s operational systems.
WSP is very pleased with the results achieved in the fourth quarter and fiscal 2017, as it achieved or surpassed all of its 2017 financial outlook metrics.
Pictured: Ian Blair, Managing Director WSP Opus and Guy Templeton, President and CEO WSP ANZ
WSP Opus, is now the New Zealand operation of WSP, one of the world’s leading engineering professional services consulting firms, following the purchase of Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) by its new ultimate owner WSP Global Inc.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, we continue to #PressforProgress. To us, this means creating an inclusive gender-balanced workforce to serve our clients. Together, our talented women and men, are empowered to collaborate and deliver societies that thrive.
WSP Opus donates $40,000 to Kiwi Charities
Employees at WSP Opus offices around New Zealand voted for their favourite charities to receive a donation, as part of an employee-led initiative to support the work of organisations that provide essential services that serve New Zealand communities.
WSP Opus is excited to be involved the redevelopment of New Zealand’s home in Antarctica – Scott Base. The remote station is in need of redevelopment to manage risk, maintain standards and support the needs of New Zealand’s world-class scientists.
WSP Opus’ Global BIM Manager Daniel Jurgens looks at the complexities facing Auckland and other major cities around the world in designing an effective transportation system that will cope with the demands of future population growth.