In its interim management statement, the group said it expected to see first-half results in line with expectations. WSP will announce its report for the six months ending 30 June late next month.
It said: “The group has continued to generate organic revenue growth during the first half of the year in all operating divisions.
“Looking ahead, the board continues to monitor and will respond to changes in the macro economic environment where appropriate. The board remains confident that this flexibility combined with the diversity of the group's geographic presence, broad mix of sectors and range of professional skills built over the last ten years, underpins the group's future prospects.”
The firm said it had not only continued to win major international projects, but has also secured a series of projects in the UK roads market.
This includes its Northampton County Council Sustainable Highway Services appointment and the Area 8 Highways Agency MAC.