As one of the world's leading professional services firms, WSP provides engineering and design services to clients in the Transportation & Infrastructure, Property & Buildings, Environment, Power & Energy, Resources and Industry sectors, as well as offering strategic advisory services. Our experts include engineers, advisors, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors and environmental specialists, as well as other design, program and construction management professionals. With approximately 50,000 talented people globally, we are uniquely positioned to deliver successful and sustainable projects, wherever our clients need us.
WSP has been active in Asia since the early 1970’s and has contributed to the development of many of the region’s building and infrastructure developments. In Asia, it has 3,300 employees working from 14 offices throughout Greater China, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
The PGN is run by a community of early career professionals from different business units and disciplines. It is a global initiative with two main goals: to support young engineers to expand their network of peers and develop technical knowledge and soft skills required to become a future leader. PGN also acts as a mean of communication channel with senior management.
This platform which enables our young engineers to build connections with peers outside of work. It helps improving their sense of belonging to WSP, thus maintaining a higher retention.
In Hong Kong, PGN’s activities are structured into three disciplines, namely engagement, professional development and supporting growth.
Hi there! I am Cathy Kam. A senior engineer working in the Infrastructure MEP division of WSP Hong Kong office. This is my sixth year with WSP, my expertise includes tunnel ventilation system, fire services system and project programming.
Last September, I was one of the luckiest who got to visit WSP Sydney office through its Global Exchange Program (GxP). It was truly an eye-opening opportunity, their innovative design approaches and work culture had blown my mind away. During my four weeks’ time in Sydney, I visited a few project sites and participated in various fruitful discussions with other Australian colleagues.
Over the past few years, my division has been involved in infrastructure projects scattered all over the world, including Asia, the Middle east and Australia. Though we are miles apart, communication tools such as Yammer and MS Teams enable colleagues to stay closely connected and work seamlessly for quality project delivery.
Nevertheless, work is not all our lives in WSP. Sometimes, we will all go for ice-cream together, a mouthful of tasty ice-cream can always lighten up our busy days!
We are proud of our commitment to gender balance, diversity and embrace inclusion at WSP.
We hold ourselves accountable, as well as upholding our highest principals in corporate citizenship
WSP Asia continue in our quest to secure supplies to cope with the urgent needs of our employees.
10 WSP projects win Award of Excellence at 2020 Council on Tall Buildings & Urban Habitat.