WSP achieves Company of the Year at the Global Good Awards 2019 and receives gold status recognition for its commitment to become a zero-carbon business by 2025, and for striving to implement positive sustainable practice across all of its all projects.
The infrastructure specialist is leading the Old Oak Common Station redevelopment design with WilkinsonEyre for a new station that is envisioned to become the UK’s best-connected rail interchange.
WSP’s Global Good Award recognises the company’s Future Ready programme, which is committed to designing supreme infrastructure of the future that is practical, solutions-led and dedicated to delivering sustainability. The company is aiming to achieve ‘high-profile and ambitious environmental policies, regulations and programmes’ through Future Ready and will practically embed this across all significant projects, including Crossrail.
WSP’s programme has been set up to challenge the company’s 48,000 staff, who are based globally, to create best practice designs and projects that contribute to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The Global Good Awards recognise companies and sustainable projects across an international, national and local scale, which actively demonstrate a commitment to contributing to the global good.
Hammersmith BID and Hammersmith and Fulham Council’s, collaborative project Parklets in Hammersmith received a bronze prize at the Global Good Awards. The initiative was commended for demonstrating a wider commitment to delivering green spaces, cleaner air and promoting cycling.
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