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Working at WSP means making a difference in communities

 May 19, 2022

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WSP employees are passionate local changemakers who shape the towns and cities of tomorrow and help society to thrive.

And they go the extra mile to make a difference in the communities in which they work.

Helping communities face future challenges 

Together, these employees are ensuring communities are ready for the challenges of tomorrow as well as today, tackling the climate and biodiversity emergency, helping boost economic recovery and growth, and creating resilience to societal shocks.

Meet the WSP changemakers transforming what's possible.

Cleaning local public spaces

Holly Wood, WSP Associate Director in Environmental Assessment Consents, used her two volunteer days to clean up local public spaces.

Inspiring future generations

Meanwhile, Gill Risdale, WSP Business Growth Director, visits local schools to inspire the next generation of engineers and designers.

Housing homeless population

WSP Associate Angela Legge uses her engineering experience to create shelter for her local homeless population.

Researching inclusive design

Eabha Elliott, WSP Graduate Consultant, applies her academic experience to support research into inclusive design.

Nurturing habitats 

WSP Senior Ecologist, Joanna O'Keefe, uses her expertise to re-wild and nurture habitats.

Become a WSP changemaker

Inspired by the good work of WSP's changemakers?

Keep an eye on the career opportunities available with WSP.


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