Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Tag: WSP Canada

Water Infrastructure: One Size Does Not Fit All

By John Tenpenny For ReNew Canada’s recent Linear Water Infrastructure survey, engineers, and consultants from across the country weighed in to provide expert perspective on...

Reducing Embodied Emissions

Achieving net zero in Canada’s built environment. By Will Nash The materials that we use to shape the built environment are largely human produced—and it can...

Renewing Water Infrastructure

Solutions coming down the pipe to help address asset renewal. By Simran Chattha and Connie Vitello The construction of water infrastructure across the country has accelerated...

WSP Commits to Enhanced Environmental Initiatives

As Canada and the global community marked the 51st annual Earth Day yesterday, and the federal government announced strengthened climate commitments at the Leaders...

WSP Canada appoints new president and CEO: Marie-Claude Dumas

WSP announced that Marie-Claude Dumas has been named president and CEO of WSP in Canada, replacing Ryan Brain. Since joining WSP in January 2020,...

Breaking New Ground to Rebuild and Remediate

By Nicolas Sbarrato The Turcot Interchange, a major traffic hub in the Montreal area of Quebec, has been the site of large-scale project work since...

Investing in buildings for a resilient recovery

By Elliott Cappell and Ryan Ness Trinity Bellwoods, a park in downtown Toronto, was in the national news spotlight in May. Media descended on the...

Building around transit in urban cores

By Andrew Macklin In September 2019, the Infrastructure Ontario President and CEO noted the need to focus on best practices for transit-oriented development (TOD) when...

Innovate Energy secures $2.6 billion ESAP project

The Government of Canada has announced the awarding of a $2.6 billion contract to Innovate Energy for the Energy Services Acquisition Program’s Energy Service...