Providing cutting edge of technology is essential in the power industry. Stantec’s Montreal team is pushing the envelope every day to ensure clients receive the most current and innovative solutions.
Published in Seattle DJC: OSU football center opts for flexible lighting scheme
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3 important keys to monitoring for stability during ash pond closures
Planning and instrument monitoring are needed to safely build embankments over or excavate slopes into coal combustion residuals
On the leading edge: Decentralized computing can transform smart-mobility infrastructure
Edge computing test bed shows potential for cost-effective upgrades to connected roadway efficiency and safety
What’s cooking? When it comes to commercial kitchen design, it’s all about ventilation
Culinary problem solving—and reduced energy consumption—through integrated design
Alternative project delivery is all about R&R—resourcefulness and repetition
The right design team—with the proper experience—can help deliver on complicated, pricey projects
Developing solutions to handle PFAS—aka “forever chemicals”—it’s an evolving science
Innovative problem-solving needed as the true depth of PFAS contamination and its effects on humanity remain up in the air
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After surveying 100 metro centers around the world, we found some smart city best practices to share
Research and benchmarking: Revisiting a 21st century library a decade after design
Libraries have evolved tremendously in the last two decades. Here’s what we’ve learned from researching and benchmarking.
New certification from Passive House Institute US: What it means and why it matters
As the passive building movement continues to gain momentum globally, Blake Jackson breaks down the PHIUS CPHC certification—and what it can mean to communities
In California, 1 million residents lack clean water. Solutions are on the way.
The new Safe and Affordable Drinking Water program must address social and political factors to succeed
Redefining lost urban spaces: 5 ways to turn a laneway into a “lanescape”
Looking to enliven your city with a laneway revamp? Follow the themes of breathe, move, frame, celebrate, and inspire.
What to know about the proposed changes to steam electric effluent limitation guidelines