Across the globe, rapid population growth, rising levels of urbanisation and growing climate risks are putting built and natural environments under more pressure than ever before.
These challenges are creating a pressing need for new and improved infrastructure, cleaner industries, adaptive environments and improved access to critical services including water, power and waste sanitation.
At Wood, we are unlocking solutions to meet these challenges head on and build greater levels of sustainability and resilience in the cities and communities where we live, work or visit.
- Case studyNorthumbrian Water - Wolsingham Sewage Treatment WorksFrom the very beginning of this project, we set out to challenge the status quo – to seek new ways, and a more sustainable approach, to what is an age-old issue: sewage treatment and the facilities we build to make that happen.Explore
- Case studyEnsuring resilient ecosystems and healthy marine habitats for two of the world’s biggest seaportsCalifornia’s San Pedro Bay is home to two of the world’s busiest container ports, the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach. Together, sitting side-by-side as the San Pedro Bay Port Complex, they are critical links in the United States’ supply chain. Yet, international trade isn’t their only focus.Explore
- Case studyInnovative technology accelerates net-zero goals for one of Canada’s most densely populated areasThe Town of Oakville is making their vision to be the most liveable town in Canada a reality by becoming one of the first municipalities to transition their entire fleet of transit buses, comprising of over 100 vehicles, to zero emission battery electric power.Explore
- Case studyTeam Wood contributes to the UK high-speed rail network projectThe United Kingdom is creating a world-class high-speed rail network known as High Speed Two (HS2) to support economic growth across the region and in the cities it connects, from London to those in the Midlands and North of England.Explore