Nels Nelson shares the urban design process, research, and results of the world's first application of the WELL Community Standard in Water Street Tampa. The standard addresses district-scale performance in air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, temperature, sound, materials, mental health, and community.
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3 steps to deploying an autonomous vehicle shuttle pilot project
AV shuttles will soon become a part of our daily lives. If you’re considering a pilot project, here’s what you need to keep in mind.
[With Video] How can technology from video games bring flood risks to life?
FEMA Risk MAP data and 3D mapping help the public visualize flood risk and support more resilient communities
From Stantec ERA: The power of bringing hydropower and solar energy together
The combination of a hybrid solar and hydroelectric systems could provide new opportunities for sustainable power generation
Smarter utilities make for more resilient cities
Technology that allows utilities to better manage energy and water flow can help urban centres adapt to growth and climate change
Saving our Suburbs: Smart Suburbs
Register for Part 3 of the Saving Our Suburbs Webinar Series
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
Published: Tunneling Rules of Thumb: Sequential Excavation Method Tunnelling
In this Tunnels and Tunneling magazine article, Keivan Rafie explains sequential excavation method tunneling: its basics, support requirements, and ground considerations
Predicting the unpredictable: How a Stantec toolbox helps us understand future flood risks
Stantec and clients are combining historic rainfall and climate data with the latest modelling tools to prepare communities for future weather events
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?
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
Published: Minimal Disturbance: Milestone Project Tests Capabilities of Microtunnelling
How to design for the largest diameter microtunnelling project in North America as featured in Trenchless Technology Canada
Building on our community roots to help North American orchid conservation
How Stantec botanist Melissa Curran is partnering with researchers and community members for the conservation of terrestrial orchids in North America
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.
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
From Stantec ERA: What are the options for Alberta’s oil sands in a low-carbon future?
Our recent study with Alberta Innovates on the future of the oil sands showcases the strong potential of bitumen products and how it can diversify the economy
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Published on WWT Online: The robots aren't coming... they’re already here
Stantec’s Dan Causley looks at advances in technology and their role in boosting productivity in the UK water sector
How do we manage the smart-mobility revolution? It starts with well-crafted policy.
The positive potential of autonomous vehicles is enormous, but we need to make deliberate decisions to make sure we are realizing that potential
Design Quarterly Issue 05 | Smart & Livable Cities