Montreal-based WSP Global Inc. is an industrial company that provides engineering services. The company offers its services to multiple sectors like energy, transportation, environment, mining, municipal infrastructure, project management, and telecom. The construction company operates in Canada, the US, and Latin America (Americas), Europe, the Middle East, India, and Africa (EMEIA), and APAC (Asia Pacific, which consists of Australia, New Zealand, and Asia). The company also provides strategic consultative services. It builds innovative, comprehensive, and environmentally friendly engineering solutions for enterprises. WSP Global sectorial operations in briefs: 1. Energy The energy sector is undergoing a radical shift due to resource constraints, and technological advancements can efficiently meet growing demand and curb dangerous emissions. From initial induction to final project studies, the company offers technical support and services at all stages of an energy project. It primarily focuses on renewable energy and provides cleaner technologies for bioenergy, wind energy, hydropower, etc. 2. Environment Due to rising risk of climate change and high carbon footprint tariffs, companies need to change their game. WSP offers solutions to mitigate risks, reduce impacts, manage opportunities linked to health, sustainability, and climate change. 3. Healthcare WSP's healthcare experts analyze and update the therapeutic design for its projects, such as pediatric clinics and forensic hospitals. 4. Real Estate WSP has been offering its services for high-rise buildings to develop the skyline of cities across the world. Its portfolio includes One World Trade Center in New York, China’s Shanghai Tower, London’s The Shard, etc. 5. Maritime WSP maritime consultants plan, design, and construct port and marine infrastructure, and coastal area facilities, using its advanced technology. Maritime transport has the maximum weight of international trade, representing almost 70 per cent of goods vessels are carried through seaways. It operates through maritime consultancy services across more than 65 countries.