Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) advises that, following the completion of the compulsory acquisition process being undertaken by WSP NZ Acquisition Limited (WSP) on 10 January 2018, Opus intends to delist from the NZX Main Board. In anticipation of delisting, trading in Opus’ shares will be suspended after close of business on Monday, 11 December 2017.
Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) announced today the appointment of three new non-independent Directors to the Board. This announcement follows confirmation of WSP NZ Acquisition Limited (WSP) as the dominant owner of Opus earlier this week.
Members of the Integrated Transport Projects team (ITP) recently took to the Hertfordshire network to better understand the needs of cyclists. Peter Gillard, Group Manager ITP (Mid and North-West Hertfordshire), explained that the core function of ITP is to “make the existing networks safer and easier to use whilst encouraging residents to take up alternative transport options” This supports Hertfordshire County Council’s vision to encourage residents to adopt healthier lifestyles, whilst having a positive impact on the environment.
Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) has today been informed that WSP NZ Acquisition Limited (WSP) has been granted consent by the Overseas Investment Office for the acquisition of all of Opus’ shares under the takeover offer made by WSP on 1 September 2017 (the Offer).
Opus International Consultants are pleased to confirm that our global company is now part of WSP.
WSP is a leading global professional services firm headquartered in Canada, recognised by Engineering News-Record as the top international design firm.
Opus is celebrating a winning night at the 10th Celebrating Construction in South Yorkshire Awards, which took place last Friday to acknowledge quality and excellence across the region's construction industry.
The unpredictable nature of natural disasters requires the engineering community to be immediately thrown into shaping the future of the built environment, and the community which inhabits it. Since September 2010, the South Island of New Zealand has been impacted by a series of significant earthquakes and aftershocks. The most notable of these were the February 2011 and November 2016 events. In general, key learnings from the 2011 event have been applied to the 2016 event. This resulted in significantly improved engineering response, at organisational, technical and operational levels.
Opus awarded first New Zealand BRE Global certification for Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2
Opus International Consultants has been named as the first company in New Zealand to be awarded BRE’s highly sought-after Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2 certification for three of its New Zealand offices.
Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) has today agreed with WSP NZ Acquisition Limited (WSP) a variation of WSP’s takeover offer in respect of Opus shares.