Our services integrates electronic sensors with processing, transmission, and visualization technologies and can be used to capture information from locations across New Zealand, including the most remote sites.
Technology is allowing us to gather information on structures on a continuous basis. For example, we can analyse the effect of temperature on structural cracking, or the effect heavy vehicles are having on bridges.
We can test the effect of design or other interventions on building environments by measuring light, sound, CO2, humidity and temperature over time.
In Canterbury, we saved a client over $10m in unnecessary strengthening by demonstrating thorough continuous and ongoing monitoring, using sensors with our proprietary low power datalogger. The technology won the prestigious 2017 ACENZ Silver Award for Excellence.
New cases of work-related disease are currently reported at a rate of 17,000 incidents per year.
WSP Opus Research were called in on behalf of NZTA to do a condition assessment on the Tutaekuri Bridge, to determine how much life was left in it.
Congratulations New Zealand – the post-earthquake rebuild of Kaikōura’s road and rail networks has won the Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE) 2018 People’s Choice Award!
Arrange a chat with our Strategic Planning & Commercialisation Manager, Sheryl Tank