Issue 2

The Road to Nature

Rugged, remote and astonishingly beautiful, Te Urewera is the largest wilderness region in the North Island, a primeval…


Natures Own Filtration System

An innovative project carried out by WSP Opus for Owl Farm has created a greater understanding of how wetlands can be…


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The Auckland Harbour Bridge

WSP Opus’ DNA is embedded in the foundations of the iconic Auckland Harbour Bridge. Since opening in 1959, it has…


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New Zealand’s Shifting Cityscapes: Auckland CBD

A city’s skyline is its signature. High rise buildings not only change the skyline today, but also form part of the…


Connecting nature and community

A project to increase safety at a notorious Hawke’s Bay intersection has incorporated Māori design principles,…


Hawke's Bay community at sunset

Tiakina tō tātou taonga, Tiakina tō tātou wai

Troy Brockbank, Kaitohutohu Matua Taiao / Senior Environmental Consultant looks at an…


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Uncovering the essence of place

Across the country a series of placemaking projects are breathing new life into our regions, revitalising town centres…


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Can we juice it? Yes we can?

Preparing energy networks to cope with charging the increasing number of electric vehicles (EVs) on our roads is a…


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Supporting tomorrow’s engineers

Creating what matters for future generations is important for WSP Opus and this purpose has led to partnership with…


Can technology tackle a hotel resort’s laundry pile?

THE CHALLENGE “The hospitality industry is under significant commercial pressure, with room rates stagnating or…