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.
Quoted in University Business: The changing face of the university campus
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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
Let’s meet up at TRB in Washington DC!
Connect with our experts at the Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting
Published in the Globe and Mail: Waterloo, Ont., office takes green development to new level
The Canada Green Building Council has recognized the office, dubbed Evolv1, as the first of its kind to meet the organization’s new zero-carbon design standards.
Published: Structural engineer rides out 7.0 quake in Anchorage, then inspects for damage
What’s it like to experience a massive earthquake and then get to work checking to make sure the city is safe? Structural engineer Bruce Hopper explains.
The Dream Cabin: Reinventing what it’s like to sleep in a hotel room
Combining design with technology, a research team and hotel chain YOTEL are trying to give road warriors a good night’s rest
From the Design Quarterly: Landscapes that do more
A systems-based, interdisciplinary approach to landscape architecture delivers a rich community resource
Shawn Maley to speak at Advancing Prefabrication 2019
On January 29th, Shawn Maley will join Ryan Broadbin and Mike Camp of Dimeo Construction Company to present at the Advancing Prefabrication 2019 conference in Dallas, TX
A conference by the people, for the people: 4 takeaways from BILT North America
The 2018 Buildings Infrastructure Lifecycle, supported by Technology (BILT) summit reinforces importance of a holistic view of tech implementation
How partnering with university students benefits both future and current architects
Collaborating with University of Kansas master’s degree students inspires Doug King: “I’ve learned a great deal from these students and how they think”
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
Published in Green Building & Design: Stantec HQ, the Tallest Building in Western Canada, Towers Sustainably
Stantec HQ, the Tallest Building in Western Canada, Towers Sustainably
Ideas Top 10: Stantec's most popular blog posts of 2018 (Plus 2 bonus items!)
From personal stories to expert insights into the future of community and design, here are 10 blog posts that got readers clicking in 2018
Issue 04 | Intersections
When the silos break down, connections between people and place grow.
Published in Institute of Water: PR19 - Will it deliver a better future for water customers?
Tim Williams reflects on the recent PR19 submissions and opportunities for the Water Industry to deliver performance improvements
Published in The Military Engineer: Attacking emerging contaminants at Eielson
Our Neil Robertson co-authored a story focused on PFAS contamination at an Alaska Air Force Base and the solution to provide safe drinking water
Transforming a quick stop into a memorable stay through the power of design
A comprehensive Welcome Centers program in New York redefines what’s expected of a public project
From the Design Quarterly: A healthy future for mass timber in medical facilities
The healing properties of natural materials aren’t the only benefit of building with wood
Published in Prism: Designing healthcare spaces for kids: Infusing a sense of exploration and curiosity
Open plan 2.0: Tips for a successful transition to a new open-office design
When it’s time to make the move, designers can support clients in introducing a new workplace environment
Merging design technologies helps fast-track transit project in fast-growing Seattle area