At TRIECA 2019, Jen Young describes the RBJ Schelgel Park project; 42 acres of land with no drainage outlet requiring a design that was capable of managing the regional stormwater for the site.
Published in Water e-Journal: Building a Water Resilient Town
Integrated water cycle saves water at Googong
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From the Design Quarterly: How systems thinking is good for our changing world
Today’s urban communities are challenged by crumbling infrastructure. As our cities densify, exploring systems thinking is critical to a resilient future.
Walking—our oldest mode of transportation—can inform the future of urban mobility
New technology enabling walkability also holds the key to enhancing community design
From Stantec ERA: Changing field reporting through technology
6 ways that field reporting technology is enhancing project delivery by providing real-time reporting, consistency, and project cost savings
From Stantec ERA: Digital twinning the Panama Canal enhances project delivery, performance
A digital twin enables teams to simulate future scenarios before, during, and after construction, resulting in improved design, constructability, and O&M
3 urban planning trends that are changing how our cities will look in the future
Urban developments are seeking to promote innovation, healthy living, and sustainability
From the Design Quarterly: 6 trends shaping community sports and rec facility design
Flexibility and inclusivity are key when creating the neighborhood gathering spot for active lifestyles
Stantec ERA Issue 02 | The Digital Issue
How is technology changing the energy and resources market?
Phytoremediation: What is it, and why might it be right for your contaminated site?
Put your plants to work as an inexpensive, sustainable tool to help you achieve site closure
Stantec Design Quarterly Issue 08
Wellness & active lifestyles
We need to start talking NOW about shared autonomous mobility—5 urban dividends
Shared autonomous mobility can unlock major social, economic, and environmental value for denser urban places. We need to start planning today.
How advances in computer simulations can lead to more resilient coastlines
Advanced numerical modeling technology allows engineers to simulate complex and changing conditions for more successful and resilient projects
Published: Rising to the challenge of delivering the largest ever UK national environmental programme
In an Expert Focus article for Waterbriefing, Narinder Sunner assesses the challenge of ensuring the WINEP programme is delivered efficiently and effectively
Published in Alaska Business: Architecture in Alaska
What trends are impacting building design and construction in the 49th state?
From Stantec ERA: We can deliver power projects while keeping rare species safe
Environmental DNA—or eDNA—biomonitoring is a breakthrough technology that revolutionizes how industry can reduce cost, efforts, and risks for energy projects
Sponge city: Our urban landscapes have untapped potential to absorb stormwater
How can cities harness rainwater? It starts with making the decision to forget about paving—and choosing to lead with landscape.
Underwater remote sensing: Surveying the marine world safer, faster, and more affordably
Futuristic-sounding sensors let scientists work in multiple places at once, but it’s important to begin with a clear study design
Published in Floor Daily: Retail: A Social Experience
How design is bringing shoppers back into the stories
Published in Alaska Business: The art of architecture
Finding the balance between form and function can be especially challenging in northern climates
From Stantec ERA: The era of virtual and augmented reality in the energy industry
The use of virtual and augmented reality solutions provides experiential training and data-driven simulations in the Energy & Resources field
From the Design Quarterly: Design drivers for a new behavioral and mental health facility