Press release
Wood earns elite ranking on Canada Top100 projects report
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Wood is ranked among the “Platinum Elite” in ReNew Canada’s annual Top100 listing of the country’s biggest infrastructure projects. For the first time ever, the engineering publication’s list determined by total project dollar value, has topped the CAD $250+ billion mark.

The Platinum Elite status is reserved for companies involved in 20+ projects, Wood is active in 43 projects recognized by ReNew Canada covering a variety of ongoing roles and work scopes. The significant infrastructure projects highlighted in the list involve a variety of end market sectors including transportation, energy, water and buildings.

“We’re proud to receive this terrific recognition from ReNew Canada,” said Joe Sczurko, Executive President of Wood’s Consulting business.

“As a leading global consulting and engineering firm, it’s incredibly rewarding to be actively contributing to projects that are literally shaping the landscape of Canada for future generations. At Wood, we’re excited to be leading the charge in sustainable infrastructure, unlocking resilient solutions to urban challenges, driving the energy transition forward, and transforming our clients’ ambitious goals into a reality.  Our people are truly motivated to work on these complex infrastructure projects and bring global solutions to local projects.”

John Weeraratne, head of Wood’s Resilient Environment’s Canadian operations said: “We’re proud to play a key role on these projects helping connect communities, improving quality of life and creating a healthier environment for the country’s growing population. This is the fourth consecutive year Wood has been recognized as Platinum Elite and it’s a testament to our dedication over the last century providing technical consulting solutions to public and private sector clients in Canada.”

Fast fact snapshot:

  • 43 of Top100 projects
  • 9 of top 10 projects
  • 13 of 29 transit projects
  • 10 of 18 transportation projects
  • 6 of 17 energy projects
  • 2 of 2 remediation projects

Learn more about the full list of Wood projects recognized by ReNew Canada’s Top100 here.