The company provides technical expertise and strategic advice in the property and buildings, transportation and infrastructure sectors.
During 2004-2009, Parsons Brinckerhoff was contracted by the Israeli ministries of Finance and Transportation to provide rail financial management oversight over the $8 Billion development plan of Israel Railways. The company also provided specific technical advisory for the fast A1 train line project from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, including on issues such as the electrification of the line, comparison of different route options, tunneling and grades. The route approved by the company crosses the Green Line in two areas into occupied Palestinian land.
WSP | PB’s Israeli team is responsible for monitoring of Israel Railways’ Five-Year Development Plan and for the electrification of Israel Railways’ system, including the Jerusalem-Tel-Aviv line known as the A1 project.
In addition, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff Israel’s team is responsible for the planning and design Jerusalem’s light rail train.
The company is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the symbol WSP.
Major shareholders: Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (20.1%) and Rhe Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (18.9%)
Chairman- Chris Cole
President and CEO- Alexandre L’heureux
WSP USA Inc.; WSP USA Buildings Inc.; WSP USA Services Inc.; WSP Michigan Inc.; WSP UK Ltd.; WSP Canada Inc.; WSP Sverige AB; WSP Australia Pty Ltd.; Louis Berger US; Louis Berger Group Inc.; Parsons Brinckerhoff Holdings Inc.; Opus International Consultants Ltd.; WSP Asia Ltd.; WSP Consultancy Pte Ltd.; WSP Hong Kong Ltd.
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