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Stantec’s Evan Wilbert discusses coordination and preparation for Low Impact Development (LID) programs.
Webinar Recording: Green infrastructure - The future of stormwater
North Carolina State University’s Dr. Bill Hunt discusses how Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infras...
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Saving our Suburbs: Smart Suburbs
Register for Part 3 of the Saving Our Suburbs Webinar Series
Published in Railway Age: TOD: How New York got it right
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) has gained prominence in boardrooms around the country with the increasing urbanization of society
Published in Railway Age: P3s key for Transit Oriented Development
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Can smart mobility solutions answer transit’s first/last mile challenge?
Many municipalities are hoping to avert the ‘hell’ of personal autonomous vehicles for the ‘heaven’ of mobility-as-a-service
Design Quarterly Issue 06 | Destination Zero
What's driving the global push for sustainable buildings and what are the tools and techniques we can use to create Net Zero Carbon and Net Zero Energy buildings?
[With Video] Envisioning the revitalized design of the Old Sacramento urban riverfront
Design competition inspires interdisciplinary team to craft a vision to transform an underutilized district into a vibrant community
Elderly care: Can design cure loneliness as we focus on aging in place?
We must confront our aging population’s social-isolation epidemic in today’s technology-driven world
Published in IWP&DC Magazine: Women in WaterPower
Sandra Shuster recently discussed her insights into navigating the waterpower industry as a woman with IWP&DC Magazine
From the Design Quarterly: Embracing the unknown when thinking big data and smart cities
Our data revolution—5G, smart and connected buildings, autonomous vehicles—is changing the design profession
How can we build smart cities of the future?
We have the technology and the knowledge to build smart cities for people—it’s time we put them into action
Presenting Stantec Design Quarterly 06: Destination Zero
How do designers help battle climate change? Sustainability means thinking about net zero energy and net zero carbon—in new construction and in retrofits.
How we can flip the script on pollinator decline
Changing the way we think about ecosystem restoration to combat the decline of pollinators
From the Design Quarterly: How are we designing for livable cities today?
Ask an expert: Nancy MacDonald, Stantec vice president for Urban Places, on the big issues facing cities today and her love of urban placemaking
How to navigate aging infrastructure and utility conflicts in urban areas
Aging infrastructure is an issue for cities across the US, including the City of Toledo, Ohio. For every challenge, there’s a solution.
How do we manage the smart-mobility revolution? It starts with well-crafted policy.