Streets aren’t just about cars anymore. Join Stantec’s Mike Rutkowski and Craig Lewis as they explain the shift to people-oriented design, which accommodates people, bicycles, and transit, as well as cars.
How 3-D printing can add value to oil & gas projects
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Published in Chicago Tribune: Planners contend future of Hammond’s downtown best served by its history
Could following an example of the city’s past help Hammond move forward?
Published in ENR: Long-awaited Boston Marathon bombing markers reach the finish line
Stantec’s Community Development team supported the design of this moving tribute
Join us in Peru for the Perumin 34 Mining Convention
Our presentations this year will be focused on the themes of science, innovation, technology and education in mining
How do you design smart cities for people? Start by getting them involved.
Explore the ideas, insights, and experiences from Stantec's first Idea Hackathon: Toward a Smart Toronto
What can smart buildings do for the environment?
Sensors, data, and automation can serve a higher purpose, but only if we design them to
Family business office update: 6 ways to get the most out of your workplace designer
A family-owned business has history and traditions that a design team can enhance to instill a unique company culture—and do business better
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?
Stantec ERA Issue 01 | The Energy Remix
What is the future of the energy market?
Published in Western Canada Water: Choosing the right project delivery path
Case study of the Bonnybrook WWTP Plant D expansion
Meet Stantec presenters and thought leaders at the Western Canada Water Conference
Join our interdisciplinary presenters as they discuss what we can do for our water and our future. Today.
Published in NRU Toronto: Designing the smart city
How can we build smart cities that serve their citizens well? How can we use technology to ensure Toronto is a thriving, livable, and resilient city for everyone?
Five ways smart cities can change daily life in the public realm (for the better)
Better health, reduced energy consumption and improved security are just some of the possibilities, proponents say
Stantec Podium Presentation Schedule at WEFTEC 2019
Water, water everywhere—our experts are talking collection, control, treatment, nutrient removal, reuse and plans for where all this water will go…
Hitting Saskatchewan carbon targets: How to achieve, measure, and prove reduced emissions
In the fight against climate change, we’re working with clients to establish baseline measures for reducing greenhouse gas emissions
From the Design Quarterly: 8 ways to design for density and live where the action is
Cities that have higher density are inherently more sustainable—and they are generally more livable, too
Published in Planning magazine: May you live in interesting times
Planning commissioners and planning staffs must chart a path forward while considering climate, demographic, economic, and technological changes
How Indigenous and northern communities shape my professional philosophy as a planner
Engaging the communities we work with and aligning ourselves with their perspectives
[With Video] 3 surprising things I discovered from hacking 21st-century city challenges
A mentor from Stantec’s Idea Hackathon shares her thoughts from a two-day forum on smart city solutions
How can we optimize evolving lighting design to enhance health and well-being?
In an industry disrupted by changing technology, designers must take a holistic approach to integrate innovative concepts without compromising fundamentals
Published in World Water Magazine: Embracing change delivers SMART technologies