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Tag: WSP Canada

ONTrack Alliance achieves Collaborative Business Relationships Certification

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The ONTrack Alliance, which is made up of Metrolinx, IO, Kiewit, Alberici, WSP Canada Inc. (WSP), and MASS Electric, has achieved ISO 44001:2017 Collaborative Business...

WSP acquiring environmental and infrastructure business of John Wood Group

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WSP Global Inc. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Environment & Infrastructure business of John Wood Group plc ...

RFPs issued for Eglinton Crosstown West Extension’s Advance Tunnel Contract

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Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the second Advance Tunnel Contract (ATC2) for the Eglinton Crosstown West...

How can we make Canada’s infrastructure more resilient?

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Situation Critical Climate change impacts could leave Canadians physically and financially under water as a warming and increasingly volatile climate damages public and private infrastructure....

Alliance Model: Lessons learned from collaborative contracting in Australia

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By Kate Borg The use of the alliance model for project procurement may be new to owners and developers in Canada, but this form of...

Outstanding achievement recognized at B.C. consulting engineering awards

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The technical expertise and innovation behind some of British Columbia’s most important transportation projects were honoured at the B.C. Transportation Consulting Engineers Awards. Last year’s...

WSP captures ORBA award for lateral slide bridge replacement

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WSP, along with its EWC Designers Joint Venture project partners and Design-Builder KEV, captured the 2022 Transportation Infrastructure Innovation Award from the Ontario Road...

Water Infrastructure: One Size Does Not Fit All

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For ReNew Canada’s recent Linear Water Infrastructure survey, engineers, and consultants from across the country weighed in to provide expert perspective on renewal options—mainly...

Reducing Embodied Emissions

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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

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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...
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