Stantec at HydroVision International 2019 Conference

July 12, 2019

Join our WaterPower & Dams experts as they share their knowledge of projects and industry trends around the world

 

Our Waterpower & Dams experts have designed hundreds of new hydropower and dams globally, producing clean reliable energy and water storage solutions for millions. Our WP&D team are uniquely positioned to provide sustainable and economic solutions that minimize the impact of hydropower and dam facilities on the environment and surrounding communities while providing owners with safe and reliable long-term performance. 

Our Waterpower & Dams experts are sharing their expertise at the International HydroVision conferences in Portland from July 23-25. Here is a list of their speaking engagements. Check back regularly for updates! 

Wednesday, July 24

From 8:30-10:00AM, Chris Eden & Mark Hammer will discuss Repowering the 110-year-old Faraday Powerhouse (PG-W09, Conference Lobby) 

From 8:30-10:00AM, Stan Hayes and Eric Wooden will discuss the modernization of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Grand Coulee Third Power Plant. (1B5, C123) 

From 8:30-10:00AM, Greg Rollins will discuss the Priest Rapids Dam Right Embankment Improvements Project: Innovative and Conventional Methods of Characterizing and Evaluating Liquefaction in Silt and Gravel Deposits (1I5, B114)

From 8:30-10:00AM, Uddhav Lakkundi and Barvir Sanosian will discuss Repairs of a Vertical Shaft Hydro Generator Rotor with Cracked Rim Support Ledges (1B3, C123)

From 8:30 to 10AM, join Heidi Wahto (Stantec) and other experts for a panel discussion on Water Without Borders: Conflicts and Challenges (Session 1G, Room B117-119) 

From 2:30-4:00PM, Carlos Calderaro will discuss Increasing Spillway Gate Reliability Through Deep Engineering Analysis (3I4, B114)

From 2:30-4PM, Bernadette Bezy will discuss the Oroville Spillways Incident – Behand the headlines (Session number 3E6) 

From 2:30-4, Join Bill Swanson (Stantec), Scott Verhines (Stantec) and a panel of other experts as they discuss Saving for a Not-So-Rainy Day: Increasing Water Storage (Session 3G, Room B117-119) 

 

Thursday, July 25

From 11-12:30PM, Kenny Sim and Ken Ganji will discuss Design, Fabrication, and Installation of Perimeter Bulkheads for Flood Protection (PG-TH03, Conference Lobby) 

Can’t make a session? Come visit us at booth #7033. 

 

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