WSP Denmark is a environmental consulting firm employing 500 people in Denmark and Greenland. We are experts in infrastructure, environment, property and buildings, climate adaptation, and other things. We became a part of the globally-recognized firm WSP in 2019 which employs more than 50.000 people in more than 40 countries. We provide our clients with sustainable solutions that benifit our clients and our surroundings. We incorporate innovation in everything we do because we know that our solutions will shape the communities of tomorrow and help societies thrive sustainably.
A new project in the Karens Minde Axis in the neighborhood Sydhavnen in Copenhagen is going to build recreational areas and enhance biodiversity, but is also an important move in Copenhagen Municipality’s cloudburst management plan.
Using big data analysis utility companies can save both money and ressources. One of the newest inventions from Orbicon is the development of the first Big Data analysis platform for public utilities in Denmark. The platform gives a unique possibility to get a detailed overview of the utility’s infrastructure and the platform provides knowledge about unwanted water in the water distribution system or what parts of the system that is in a bad condition and will need a closer inspection.
The partnership behind The Climate City (KlimaByen) in Middelfart is proud to announce that The Climate City is one of the projects that is going to be exhibited at the Danish pavilion at the International Architecture Biennale in Venice in 2016.
With the starting point at the needs and requirements of our clients, Orbicon prepares Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) for both land- and marine-based projects in Denmark and abroad. For our international activities, we have an extensive network of partners with whom we cooperate due to ensure that all activities are carried out in accordance to […]
Orbicon provides field surveys, planning, and design of harbours and ports in Greenland. When developing a mine, establishing port facilities is an important part of the infrastructure planning. Orbicon is your partner in all stages of port development – from the first field survey, through sketch design to final construction and future maintenance. Our experts […]
There are numerous companies located along the River Gudenå in Jutland with core competencies within climate, water technology, and environmental technology. Many are leaders of their field in Denmark and several of them also have a recognised international profile. With water as their focal point, the companies cover a wide range of competencies in: Energy […]
For more than four decades, the worldwide demand for fish has increased at almost twice the rate of the growth in global population. This White Paper presents best practice examples of resource efficient sea and land-based aquaculture solutions for farming high quality seafood.
The exploitation of freshwater resources, population growth and the impacts of climate change calls for water management based on sound knowledge and sustainable practices. This White Paper covers the Danish approach to Integrated Water Resource Management and addresses complex water challenges.
Taasinge Square is situated at the heart of Denmark’s first climate resilient neighbourhood. Transformed into a sloping greenery in a densely populated city district, the square is now able to handle heavy cloud bursts without flooding basements and roads. Also, it gives the neighbourhood a distinctive green and sustainable landmark.
Covering an area of 450,000 m2, “The Climate City” project in Middelfart demonstrates how to integrate climate adaptation with urban development. Through a dialogue based co-creational process, the municipality and wastewater utility have worked closely together with landscape architects, engineers, local citizens and other stakeholders in developing the project. From the programming phase, through the […]
Good rainwater management can make cities healthier places to live, resilient towards climate change and more sustainable overall. Population growth and urbanisation, floodings as well as more frequent and longer periods of droughts all encourage an optimised use of rainwater in cities. Traditionally speaking, climate adaptation seeks to lower the risks posed by the consequences of climate […]