Advancing landmark environmental cleanup in Canada
Playing a critical role in cleanup efforts through engineering technology-focused solutions to support radioactive waste excavation in Canada.
Bridging a critical trade gateway between Canada and the US
Supporting major trade gateway through geotechnical engineering, design, environmental compliance, monitoring and sustainability plans
Breaking new ground in protecting assets in space
Designing facilities and infrastructure for the Space Fence Radar System – the largest ground-based radar of its type ever constructed.
Developing a world-class pharma plant in Saudi Arabia
Contract services, site master plan, conceptual and basic design, detailed engineering, subcontracting support, commissioning and qualification.
Building the framework for fuels of the future
Managing a $120M+ fuels programme for the United States Department of Defense
Carrying the torch of a lasting legacy
Environmental and engineering services to Olympic venues worldwide, ensuring a legacy of sustainability.
Improving water quality in the Andean highlands
Determining and implementing the best methods for mitigating naturally occurring water contamination in the Colpitas River Basin, Chile.
Specialist technical support to the European Commission
Wood led a consortium of European consultant partners to provide specialist technical support to the European Commission (EC) DG Environment as part of the Common Implementation Strategy for the Water Framework Directive.
Mapping the rise to LA’s tallest skyscraper
Wood provides environmental services to help the development of LA's tallest building.
30-year air quality monitoring programme for US EPA
A 30-year monitoring programme for USEPA providing minute-by-minute data uploads to help protect air quality.
Protecting 10,000 acres of coastal habitat
Perched along the marshes of the western Delaware Bay, Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge protects more than 10,000 acres of valuable habitat.
Design One, Build Two approach saves time and costs in engineering of Gulf of Mexico production facilities
Deepwater floating production facility projects are expensive to initiate and can carry a substantial amount of risk. The topsides production facilities are perhaps the most critical facet of any project. It is this area Wood has proven its leadership, with responsibility for more than half of topsides facilities in the US Gulf of Mexico (GOM).
Engineering a game-changing stadium
The Mercedes-Benz Stadium is home to Atlanta’s major league football and soccer teams. The stadium is crowned with a first-of-its-kind ocular retractable roof. Wood performed steel inspections, as well as quality assurance testing on about 85% of the concrete super structure both in the field and in the lab
Track training and competence using OperatorSuite™ Learning Management System
Wood provides support personnel to multiple industrial clients throughout Australia including Esso, Caltex, Melbourne Water, Beach Energy and Woodside.
Wood: Over 20 years in automation
Since 1996 our business has automated over 250,000KM of pipeline. The team has grown to cover more than 25 countries, deepening its capability and expertise; evident in the recent contract win with Tengizchevroil (TCO) to support one of the world’s largest industrial automation projects.
Building a secure, sustainable source of energy
The Keeyask Generation Project is one of the largest construction projects in the world and a collaborative effort being undertaken by the Keeyask Hydropower Limited Partnership, a partnership between Manitoba Hydro and four partner First Nations.
Accessing project spatial data anywhere
Nalcor Energy was challenged to connect Newfoundland and Labrador with a new resource for clean, renewable energy. New transmission lines and associated infrastructure needed to be built across 1,600+ kilometres of remote terrain. Wood’s innovative solution involved a web-based GIS system that was closely integrated with field data applications and other customisable resources.
Planning clean, sustainable solutions for drinking water impacted by PFAS
Advising communities to address the financial challenge of where to spend limited resources to achieve the greatest impact.
Protecting public health through innovative groundwater treatment
In 2014, PFAS contamination forced the closure of one of three underground water wells that supplied drinking water to an international airport and business park in the US city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
A lifelong partnership
19km east of the Moray Firth Caithness cliffs lies Ithaca Energy owned Jacky; a normally unmanned wellhead platform in the decommissioning phase of its life.