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Can capital partnerships provide hospitals an affordable facility solution?
A ‘build to suit—lease back arrangement’ can help healthcare facilities reduce debt while maintaining programs
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What is a smart city? And how to avoid getting the ‘Betamax version’
When planning for ‘smart cities’ the most important consideration is how new technologies can serve people
From the Design Quarterly: Embracing new technology to improve design
Parametric design, virtual reality, and integrated 3D are changing the approach to design—and it’s resulting in better buildings
7 principles to create a get-well plan for healthcare
If stakeholders in healthcare institutions can achieve greater harmony, our designs will have greater resonance with their mission
Are you too busy for BIM?
Why you should implement BIM into all your design efforts
Published in InPark Magazine: Envisioning Enjoyland
Stantec talks about RD&E development and placemaking
From the Design Quarterly: Digitally illuminating a city’s utilization
Data visualization helps cities choose the right path to revitalization of retail and creation of pedestrian-friendly zones
Homelike environments in eldercare deliver a comfortable ‘stealth health’
How social-driven design is replacing—and improving upon—the medical model for eldercare facilities
Fierce and fashionable: Designers turn commercial interiors materials into wearable art
Stantec Sacramento interior designer walks the runway in dress crafted from carpet, window shades, and upholstery—for a good cause
Corporate workplace design: 8 interiors trends to watch
NeoCon 2018 revealed a softer focus, including organic shapes, smoky glass, integrated accessories, and Scandinavian partnerships
Immersive Design: Modernizing project flow
Cutting edge technology like reality capture, real-time rendering and interactive animation software have enabled Stantec designers to immerse our clients into our designs.
Championing a changing office space at Stantec Tower
Our new global headquarters embraces workplace innovation and design—offering unique flexibility and a community connection
From the Design Quarterly: Why should design firms leverage gaming engines?
The Digital Practice group borrows tech from the video game world to solve design challenges
Issue 03 | Technology Driving Change
How technology is changing the way we communicate and think about design
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
From the Design Quarterly: Bringing an urban campus together for the better
From the client's perspective: How the new Cleveland Institute of Art reinvigorates a school, its staff, and a neighborhood
Published in Health Facilities Management: Repurposing retail space for health care use
Converting shopping venues for health care applications comes with a number of opportunities and risks
Recent Advancements in Gun Range Design: With a focus on ammunition adaptability.
This white paper documents an on-going effort of planning for occupant safety and flexibility as part of indoor gun range design as it relates to lead ammunition
Published in Canadian Architect: Dialog and Stantec tout healthcare innovation at Calgary Cancer Centre
Dialog, Stantec, and PCL are collaborating as one team on the new $1.4 billion cancer care facility and academic center currently being built in Calgary
World Architecture Day: How do people and places impact global design decisions?
Design has the power to transform lives, if we are truly committed to improving the local community
Transformative design: Autonomy, agility, technology, and connectivity drive change