Contact Details
WSP House, Bryanston Place 199 Bryanston Drive Bryanston 2192   |   +27 11 361 1300   |   Fax: +27 11 361 1301
Press Office Home Profile Official Website Visit Engineering News

WSP News

Standard rail network can foster intercountry trade

9th March 2018 Linking African countries with a standard rail network will assist in growing inter-country trade and, subsequently, foster Africa’s economic growth, says engineering consultancy WSP Africa Group. 

More water awareness initiatives needed

2nd March 2018 Despite a below-average average rainfall of about 465  mm a year - compared with the world average of about 860 mm a year - the water shortage in many parts of South Africa is also the result of inadequate management and wasting water, says multidisciplinary engineering consultancy WSP Group... 

WSP achieves EDGE Preliminary Certification for Balwin’s Polo Fields

27th February 2018 WSP in Africa, one of the largest multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies on the continent, has achieved an EDGE Preliminary Certification for the new Balwin Properties residential apartments project, The Polo Fields; setting a benchmark for sustainable residential developments of the future... 

WSP to develop 330 kV Zambia-DRC electricity transmission line

13th February 2018 The Southern African Power Pool has appointed UK-based engineering consultancy WSP to develop a proposed 330 kV electricity interconnector between Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).  
More News

Latest News by Engineering News

Plan in place to make up lost time on Western Cape’s R60 and R62 upgrade

The Western cape government has said that a plan is in place to make up for lost time on a Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) contract to rehabilitate and upgrade various sections of the R60 and R62 between Ashton and Montagu through Cogmanskloof. Work on this R583-million contract... 

Eskom to cut electricity supply to Free State municipality

Power utility Eskom said on Friday it was left with no choice but to intermittently cut electricity supply to Free State's Tokologo Municipality after debt repayment negotiations failed. ''After allowing the municipality a grace period to meet Eskom’s terms to settle its outstanding debt of R36... 
More Latest News