Airports

  • History's new television series features two major Stantec design achievements

    History's new television series features two major Stantec design achievements

    Learn more about air dates and our work featured on History's Project Impossible: Iqaluit Airport and the New Orleans Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps project

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  • Engineering the impossible at Nunavut’s Iqaluit Airport

    Engineering the impossible at Nunavut’s Iqaluit Airport

    The first P3 airport in North America is part of HISTORY’s ‘Project Impossible’ series

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  • Three flows that are critical to airport operation

    Three flows that are critical to airport operation

    Why airport terminal designers need to consider airplanes, bags, and passengers

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  • Introducing the carry-on valet

    Introducing the carry-on valet

    How airports can ease stress, improve passenger experience, and deal with baggage

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  • Window to a city: Airport art design with a purpose

    Window to a city: Airport art design with a purpose

    Blending beauty, usefulness, and civic identity to leave airport travelers with a lasting impression

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  • Book launch and presentation of Stantec: Airports

    Book launch and presentation of Stantec: Airports

    A dialogue with book editor/writer Trevor Boddy and Stantec Airports Group head Stanis Smith discussing about how the book evolved and key airports featured in the book

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  • Biophilic design: What is it? Why it matters? And how do we use it?

    Biophilic design: What is it? Why it matters? And how do we use it?

    5 tips to infuse natural elements into the built environment—from plants to pictures

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  • Published in the Cayman Compass: Airport ponds too inviting for birds

    Published in the Cayman Compass: Airport ponds too inviting for birds

    The Cayman Islands Airports Authority plans to fill ponds at the Owen Roberts International Airport that are attracting birds and posing a threat to aircraft safety.

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  • Infrastructure: The most important conversation you’re not having

    Infrastructure: The most important conversation you’re not having

    The critical work of upgrading our decaying infrastructure has been put on the back burner—that must change

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  • Issue 04 | Intersections

    Issue 04 | Intersections

    When the silos break down, connections between people and place grow.

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  • Presenting Design Quarterly 04: Intersections

    Presenting Design Quarterly 04: Intersections

    When the silos break down, connections between people and place grow

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  • Published in Airport World Magazine: Runway Shift

    Published in Airport World Magazine: Runway Shift

    Our Johnathan Limb, Aviation Infrastructure Sector Leader for the Northwest, writes about a project in tiny Aniak, Alaska, to move the airport’s runway

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  • Planning for the ups and downs of the general aviation market

    Planning for the ups and downs of the general aviation market

    Understanding change is important when helping airports manage turbulence in a dynamic market

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  • From the Design Quarterly: Bridging cultures to create buildings for unique populations

    From the Design Quarterly: Bridging cultures to create buildings for unique populations

    Lessons in navigating cultural differences in the design process from the Arctic Circle to the Sahara

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  • Bringing the PIEVC Protocol to Canada’s First Nations communities

    Bringing the PIEVC Protocol to Canada’s First Nations communities

    Incorporating traditional knowledge into an engineering framework to strengthen infrastructure and guard against climate change effects

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  • What is the PIEVC Protocol, and how can we use it to build resilient communities?

    What is the PIEVC Protocol, and how can we use it to build resilient communities?

    Protecting infrastructure from climate change and creating stronger communities with a multi-step process

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  • From snowflakes to seashells: An engineer’s career takes flight

    From snowflakes to seashells: An engineer’s career takes flight

    Career planning leads to an Arctic airport design assignment—and that leads to other exciting destinations

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  • Observations from the middle seat: Why we’re feeling the squeeze when we fly

    Observations from the middle seat: Why we’re feeling the squeeze when we fly

    Seat pitch has decreased 5 inches, seat width has decreased 2 inches—and airplanes are more full. It adds up to a lot of discomfort.

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  • Key factors to consider in APD project pursuits

    Key factors to consider in APD project pursuits

    Get ready, because alternative project delivery projects are becoming more common, Gord Johnston writes in Design Quarterly

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  • Active floors hit the mark at Winnipeg airport

    Active floors hit the mark at Winnipeg airport

    Read Russell Lavitt's article in HPAC.

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