Providing cutting edge of technology is essential in the power industry. Stantec’s Montreal team is pushing the envelope every day to ensure clients receive the most current and innovative solutions.
Published in Seattle DJC: OSU football center opts for flexible lighting scheme
Lighting design for college football facility focuses on flexibility, efficiency, and university branding
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Friday Night Lights: The architecture of high school football stadium design in Texas
High school athletics facilities in Texas can come at a high cost, but the evolution in their design can also provide more value to our communities
A hospital that feels like home: Community as inspiration in healthcare design
Designing a healthcare environment that promotes wellness and healing—while generating a sense of community belonging
Does your city need a corridor study? Set the foundation for success with these 3 tips
An expert project team combined with key stakeholder involvement and a robust work plan are essential to a successful corridor study
Published in Waterbriefing: A new approach to water resource planning
Stantec’s William Jacobsen shares his thoughts on what the future might hold for public water supply resource planning
Published in ASPIRE: Full-Service Engineering
ASPIRE—the authoritative publication on concrete bridges—profiled Stantec’s bridge practice
From Stantec ERA: 5 ways 3D modeling is changing the way we design power projects
Designing substations using 3D models simplifies the engineering process by leveraging software for an integrated design approach
eDNA and metabarcoding—the future of effectively and rapidly surveying biodiversity
Metabarcoding provides tools that go beyond a targeted approach, it can look back in time, and it’s a time and money saver
Published in Tunnels & Tunnelling: Rules of Thumb – TBM data acquisition and interpretation
How proper analyzation of tunnel boring machine data lowers risk, increases safety, and optimizes resources throughout the construction phase
Published in Tunnels & Tunnelling: Rules of Thumb – Muck transportation systems
Success in tunneling depends on proper planning and handling of excavated materials
Power through the storm: Improved style, function, and design for a more resilient grid
A post-Sandy hardening program illustrates the role innovative design and community engagement play in the future of power delivery
How should we dispose of PFAS waste from contaminated sites in Canada?
Despite our steadily evolving understanding of the negative health impacts of PFAS, disposal of PFAS-contaminated waste remains unregulated
Published on Storm Water Solutions: Balancing Storm Water Management Costs with Citizen Engagement
When a One-Size Fits All Approach to Storm Water Billing No Longer Works
Academic libraries of tomorrow: 4 models for storing your collections
There are multiple ways of storing collections. Let’s break them down and separate the fiction from the nonfiction.
Published in Waterbriefing: Helping the UK water sector deliver net zero carbon emissions
Stantec’s Adrian Johnson discusses the journey to delivering transformational change and sustainable outcomes for customers, communities and the environment
From the Design Quarterly: How do you future-proof a stadium in the digital age?
Ask an expert: Senior project engineer Liliana Mironov explains the importance of electrical design for the award-winning Optus Stadium
Combined sewage storage tunnels can help protect the environment and keep basements dry
A higher frequency of intense storms leads to wet basements and sewage flowing into waterways. Here’s how a CSST could help.
Waste not, want not: Turning human waste into a renewable-energy source for buildings
Tapping into wastewater can help heat buildings in the winter and cool them in the summer—saving more than 50% of energy consumption costs
Published in Engineering Inc: Tunnel Visions
Advances in tunneling technology are allowing engineers to build where they could not build before.
From the Design Quarterly: Workplace trends—for today and tomorrow—are smart and flexible
Technology, generational preference, and an embrace of change will define how the office of tomorrow looks and operates
Published in Alaska Business: What about the water?