WSP's stories

Harriet Farminer

My new "commute"

WSP has been playing its part in flattening the COVID-19 curve, having transitioned to remote based working in early March.

From a technological perspective, things have been reasonably straightforward. With an existing VPN connection and most employees already using laptops, the transition has been relatively seamless. In addition to the IT department, the Learning and Development team have played an important role in ensuring all employees have access to information and resources to continue working safely and efficiently from home.

On a more personal note, I have noticed both benefits and challenges due to the change in my office location. While I have enjoyed the flexibility associated with WFH, I have noticed without my commute the lines between work and home life have become a little blurry. To maintain the important separation between time devoted to work and time devoted to me I have somewhat created my own “commute” before and/or after work. Lately, this has been a walk to the local café or to the beach, however with the weather lately it looks like I’ll have to start becoming a little more creative!

Read more about My new "commute"

James Pearse

WSP Launches Travel Survey

This story is related to Promote active travel

WSP is committed to supporting “active” modes of transport - including walking, cycling, and public transport.

In addition to reducing transport’s impact on the environment, WSP recognises that having more people using these forms of transport helps maintain the mental and physical health of our employees, leading to a happier, healthier workforce.

Your Move Poster.jpg

Earlier this month, WSP's Your Move coordinators launched the 2019 travel survey. The purpose of the survey is to find out more about the commuting habits of employees in the Perth office, and what barriers/opportunities exist for changing travel behaviour.

Read more about WSP Launches Travel Survey

James Pearse

WSP gets moving for a reason

This story is related to Advertise and participate in community walking and cycling events

Yesterday, over 60 WSP Perth staff and family members participated in the 2019 HBF Run for a Reason.

In addition to raising much needed funds for charity, the event reminded our employees how running, walking and jogging can be a fun and effective way of combining fitness and transport!


Read more about WSP gets moving for a reason

James Pearse

WSP gets involved with Bike Week

This story is related to Get involved in Bike Week

On Wednesday 20 March, a small but enthusiastic group of WSP employees pedalled themselves to the annual Bike Week Breakfast at Subiaco train station.


Georgia, James and Brendan (pictured above) thoroughly enjoyed the complimentary coffee, croissants and t-shirts.

Congratulations to the City of Subiaco for putting on a very well organised (and attended) event. A great initiative to get more people cycling to/from work.

Read more about WSP gets involved with Bike Week


As one of the world's leading professional services firms, WSP provides technical expertise and strategic advice to clients in the Transportation & Infrastructure, Property & Buildings, Environment, Industry, Resources (including Mining and Oil & Gas) and Energy sectors, as well as offering project and program delivery and advisory services. Our experts include engineers, advisers, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors and environmental specialists, as well as other design, program and construction management professionals. With approximately 48,000 talented people globally, we are uniquely positioned to deliver successful and sustainable projects, wherever our clients need us.

Are you part of this organisation? Please refer to the contact email above to request an invite.

Current accreditation

No accreditation
Points earned last month 0
Organisation start date 26/02/19
Points earned this year: 29 Lifetime points total: 302
Highest accreditation achieved: 2019 Bronze
How does accreditation work?