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Together WSP and GENIVAR have become one of the world’s leading engineering and design consultancies. We provide services to transform the built environment and restore the natural environment. We have 14,500 employees, based in more than 300 offices, across 35 countries, on every continent.

WSP in the UK provides integrated management and consultancy services to all aspects of the built and natural environment, ranging from management, engineering and planning to environmental advice.

With around 2500 people operating from a network of offices across the UK, we are one of the UK’s major multi-disciplinary consultancies, with clients in both public and private sectors.

We are proud of all the projects we work on, from the seemingly small to the large and iconic. We are just as pleased to be involved in providing environmental advice to local schools as we are to be the structural designers on the iconic new Shard in London. Whether working on Scotland’s New South Glasgow Hospitals, London’s Crossrail, or the Highway Agency’s national road network, our people combine technical expertise with practical management skills to provide cost-effective, integrated and sustainable solutions.