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Dr. Bill Hunt provides an international perspective on the maintenance requirements for Storm Control Measures (SCM) and Low Impact Development (LID).
The future of school design: Net Zero should be the norm
Alberta students want to be energy literate, so why not deliver this curriculum through the “bricks and mor...
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Microtransit series (Part 4): Academic research can help advance accessible transit
How partnerships between public agencies, universities, and the private sector can meet the needs of accessible transit ridership
Published in Design Intelligence: Innovation with Community in Mind
Stantec senior leaders Nancy MacDonald and Anton Germishuizen share their expertise on the future of city building
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What are the best Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure techniques for roads?
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How do we find funding for cities? It’s all about getting creative with partnerships
Two funding experts share strategies for helping cities large and small secure hard-to-find dollars that move projects from concept to construction
STEM is for everyone: 3 ways to “change the equation” of equality in the workplace
This year’s S.H.E. Summit offered a wide perspective on how we can cooperate across genders to build rewarding careers
Curiosity and artistry: 6 takeaways on downtowns
The 2018 International Downtown Association conference inspired a renewed love of place—and the desire to make downtowns better
Extreme caution! The trials and tribulations of renovating historic buildings in NYC
An engineer gives an inside-out perspective on guiding Gilded Age properties into a new era
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My journey growing up in rural Nova Scotia, battling self-doubt, and making my mark in a male-dominated profession
Published in Engineering Inc: Power Transmission Sector Exhibiting Strong, Durable Growth
Stantec’s Bill Shelley is featured in an article that focuses on the strong and growing transmission market
5 reasons to cheer high-rise development—when it’s done right
Reduced traffic, better commutes, improved streetscapes, and more positive impacts that might turn a NIMBY into a YIMBY
From the Design Quarterly: What happens when hospitals move out?
What can our experience designing urban places tell us about planning for the next chapter of healthcare building reuse?
Does your land development project maximize environmental assets?
There is a value proposition to retaining environmental features for developers and home buyers—and it’s changed in the last 20 years
Climate change vs. existing buildings: 8 steps toward energy efficiency
There’s a great business case for new green developments, but let’s not forget about investing to upgrade older buildings
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
Issue 04 | Intersections
When the silos break down, connections between people and place grow.
A collaborative planning process helps chart a new course in Charlotte, North Carolina
The community-driven South End Vision Plan will help transform the area into a cohesive, dynamic, urban transit-oriented neighborhood
Webinar Recording: Equity and Mobility in Design
Watch Ryan Martinson's presentation on the role equity plays in our built environment and discuss approaches we can to take to integrate equity into our transportation systems
Driving economically robust downtowns from buildings that are already there