Auckland Harbour Bridge gets lit

5 June 2019 Kate Palmer

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An innovative new system, designed by WSP Opus, is lighting the way for users of the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

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Quick facts about New Zealand’s air quality

4 June 2019 Chloe Brigden

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New Zealand nears the top of the leader board for best air quality in the world. In 2016, the World Health Organisation (WHO) ranked New Zealand highly. This was supported by the Ministry for the Environment (MfE) in the Our Air 2018 Report – painting a picture of improved air quality in New Zealand since 2016. 

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Diversity key to the future of engineering

4 June 2019 Kate Palmer

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Historically the engineering industry hasn’t always been diverse and inclusive, however WSP Opus is playing a key role in driving change.

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Seismic expert receives top accolade

4 June 2019 Kate Palmer

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One of New Zealand’s leading structural experts has been recognised for his significant contribution to the engineering industry and communities after the Christchurch and Kaikōura earthquakes.

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WSP Opus archaeologists identify historic find

4 June 2019 Kate Palmer

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Work to prepare a key Marlborough transport route for the future has shed new light on the past.

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WSP Opus welcomes Wellbeing Budget

30 May 2019 Kate Palmer

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WSP Opus welcomes today’s Budget 2019 and the announcements made by the Government.

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Key appointment boosts occupational health expertise

20 May 2019 Kate Palmer

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WSP Opus is delighted to welcome Frank Macdonald as Work Group Manager – Occupational Hygiene.

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Meet our Lizard Man, safeguarding New Zealand's natives.

17 May 2019 Chloe Brigden

Endangered Species Week

Senior ecologist, Mark Yungnickel, has earned himself the nickname Lizard Man for his work protecting our threatened native species.

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Five things you missed at this year’s Stormwater Conference

16 May 2019 Chloe Brigden

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Our water experts came away from this year’s Stormwater Conference – themed Mō Āpōpō (for tomorrow) – buzzing. In case you couldn’t make it, our experts have rounded up their top five pitopito kōrero (short snippets/takeaways).

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