Recognized experts Jennifer Brunton and Ozlen Ozkurt enhance WSP’s profile in the northeastern U.S. water market.
NEW YORK, January 19, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Jennifer Brunton and Ozlen Ozkurt have assumed key leadership positions in the Water business line at WSP USA, a premier engineering and professional services consultancy.
WSP identified as one of the top four global market-leading providers for its full spectrum of environmental, social and governance/sustainability services with industry-leading expertise.
NEW YORK, January 19, 2022 /3BL Media/ - WSP, a leading environmental, engineering and professional services consultancy, has been recognized as one of the top four global market-leading providers of environmental, social and governance (ESG) and sustainability consulting services in Verdantix’s Green Quadrant: ESG & Sustainability Report 2022.
Industry veteran with broad experience guiding environmental and engineering consulting organizations takes over leadership role from J. Steven Paquette, who is retiring.
NEW YORK, January 12, 2022 /3BL Media/ — Dennis Papilion has been hired as president of the Earth & Environment (E&E) business line at WSP USA, a leading environmental, engineering and professional services consultancy. Papilion assumed his executive role on Jan. 10.
Using Life Cycle Assessments to Expand Embodied Carbon Reduction Practices for Buildings and Infrastructure
by Teresa Vangeli and Sarah Buffaloe
As employees of WSP USA — one of the world’s leading engineering and professional services consultancies — and supporters of the Carbon Leadership Forum (CLF), we are excited about the growing interest we’re seeing across our company and our profession to reduce and eliminate the carbon embodied in buildings and infrastructure.
A new WSP USA study explores what transit agencies and roadway authorities should be considering when implementing cost-effective transit solutions.
In late 2017, the first publicly accessible automated transit pilot was launched in Las Vegas, capable of transporting up to eight passengers. By December 2020, the Federal Transit Administration estimated that dozens of U.S. bus automation tests were under way.
This tremendous growth in the bus automation market is expected to quicken over the coming years. Rapid growth of the automated vehicle market may provide transit agencies with operational, financial, safety and service benefits.
WSP USA is at the forefront of this technology evolution.
In the global push towards a net-zero-carbon future, the oil and gas industry is sometimes perceived, perhaps unfairly, as part of the problem. Because this industry produces the fuels that result in emissions from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle tailpipes, chimneys and industrial flues, and aircraft engines, it can be hard to decarbonize an industry whose principal byproduct is carbon.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will usher in a transformative era of infrastructure investment in the United States. In a new whitepaper, WSP USA provides an overview of the IIJA funding programs; equity, climate and safety provisions in the Act; and detailed summaries of the funding available for transportation, water and energy to improve America's infrastructure. Download the whitepaper.
WSP USA maintains our commitment to strategically partner with small businesses that bring innovative solutions to our clients. We recognize the value our small business partners bring to the table to fill technical, geographical or specialty roles in delivery. For more than 10 years, WSP and Alliance have partnered to provide exceptional results for our federal clients.