Essential to survival, vital to agriculture, manufacturing, energy production, and our ecosystem – water is one of the scarcest natural resources on the planet. As climate change, aging infrastructure and population growth put increasing pressure on our global supply, Wood is on a quest to untap sustainable solutions that will quench the world’s growing thirst and ensure reliable access to a clean, safe supply of water for generations to come.
Our vision for a water-secure future pushes us to pursue new opportunities in digital innovation to design the critical infrastructure needed to treat, manage and protect every precious drop.
Tapping into Resilient Solutions for Our Water Future
Building a water-secure world one drop at a time
Confronting the PFAS challenge
Climate resiliency requires courageous conversations as well as innovative solutions
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- Case studyPlanning clean sustainable solutions for drinking water impacted by PFASAs communities across the globe begin assessing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) impacts to municipal and private drinking water, many are confronted with the financial challenge of where to spend limited resources to achieve the greatest impact.Explore
- Case studyCity of Saint John Clean Drinking Water ProjectA few places are as barren as the Western Desert in Northern African’s Sahara belt. 681,000 square kilometres of uninhabited sand and rock, over two-thirds of Egypt’s total area, has laid dormant for thousands of years until now.Explore
- Case studyEnsuring significant data collection to monitor air qualitySince 1987, Wood has played a crucial and ongoing role in monitoring air quality through its support of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Air Status and Trends Network (CASTNET)Explore
- Case studyA world-class pharma facility for Saudi Arabia’s futureWhen Pfizer needed a new manufacturing facility for the production and packaging of pharmaceuticals in Saudi Arabia, we partnered together with our client to provide a wide range of multidisciplinary servicesExplore
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Wood continues maintenance support of Melbourne Water infrastructure
Wood PFAS remediation project at former US military base receives national recognition
Wood signs new partnership with Resilient Cities Network