Staying in Singo

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WSP has cemented their ongoing commitment to the Hunter region with their recent move to new premises in Singleton.

The firm began their long history in the region with the establishment of their first Singleton office at 100 George Street in 1978 to provide project management support for the construction of the Haul Road for Coal and Allied’s Hunter Valley No.1 Mine. Since then, WSP has been involved in the design and delivery of many significant local projects including Liddell Coal, Glendell, Mangoola Mine and Bengalla.

In his role as Regional Director for NSW, Glenn Thornton has supported the growth of the Singleton business, its people and clients. He said, “Providing outstanding professional engineering, water resources and environmental services from our Singleton office for more than four decades is a real testament to our people, their technical skills and ability to understand our clients’ needs.”

In the four decades WSP has been at the forefront of the mining industry, we’ve seen them evolve from Longworth and Mackenzie, to PPK, Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) and most recently to WSP. Under every name they’ve been known for their trusted civil and geotechnical engineering expertise.

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