Offices - Edmonton AB

  • Embracing the chill: Turning winter into a design asset

    Embracing the chill: Turning winter into a design asset

    It’s possible for winter cities to make vibrant communities even in the cold. It just takes a plan

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  • The future of school design: Net Zero should be the norm

    The future of school design: Net Zero should be the norm

    Alberta students want to be energy literate, so why not deliver this curriculum through the “bricks and mortar” of the school itself?

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  • Water and wastewater treatment in cold climates

    Water and wastewater treatment in cold climates

    Read Glenn Prosko's article in Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine (see page 32).

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  • Clearing a path for winter bike lanes

    Clearing a path for winter bike lanes

    Every city has its challenges, but there are universal best practices to keep cyclists on track year round.

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  • Northern cities need to embrace the snow and cold; designers can treat winter as an asset

    Northern cities need to embrace the snow and cold; designers can treat winter as an asset

    Winter design contributes to the livability of communities and is critical to building sustainable, active spaces

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  • Geomatics takes flight in Unmanned Aerial Systems

    Geomatics takes flight in Unmanned Aerial Systems

    Answering questions about Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) use in geomatics

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  • Turning an abandoned big box retail space into a vibrant mixed-use development

    Turning an abandoned big box retail space into a vibrant mixed-use development

    Can a green philosophy developed for pop cans and cardboard work for a 127,000 square-foot retail outlet?

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  • Drones: Dos and don'ts for safe and legal use

    Drones: Dos and don'ts for safe and legal use

    Keeping our communities safe, and our operations legal, on the wings of a rapidly growing technology.

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  • Preparing for the unexpected: Pipeline health and integrity and a foundation of trust

    Preparing for the unexpected: Pipeline health and integrity and a foundation of trust

    Our expertise constantly evolves as inquiring minds search for solutions to new problems.

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  • Preserving authenticity in planning small communities

    Preserving authenticity in planning small communities

    Radical incrementalism: How working with what you have (instead of dreaming big) often reaps the biggest benefits

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  • Published: Isolated, and in need of sustainable solutions—wastewater management in remote communities

    Published: Isolated, and in need of sustainable solutions—wastewater management in remote communities

    How can we address the technical, financial, administrative, operational, and regulatory challenges facing wastewater management in northern Canadian communities?

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  • Need to keep your community's bridges safe? Stantec is creating an app for that.

    Need to keep your community's bridges safe? Stantec is creating an app for that.

    Dr. Reed Ellis and his team are constantly evolving a research-based Bridge Management System that helps transportation agencies inspect and maintain their critical infrastructure

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  • Celebrating World Water Day: What will it take to secure our water future?

    Celebrating World Water Day: What will it take to secure our water future?

    A message from Stantec CEO Gord Johnston on World Water Day 2018

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  • Eye in the sky: The 100-metre tall archaeologist with x-ray vision

    Eye in the sky: The 100-metre tall archaeologist with x-ray vision

    Head into the field and learn how Stantec is using archaeology, remote sensing, and drones to see below the surface from the sky

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  • 9 essential components of a successful value engineering program

    9 essential components of a successful value engineering program

    In this white paper, Derek Da Silva explores how clients can reduce capital costs through value engineering

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  • Key factors to consider in APD project pursuits

    Key factors to consider in APD project pursuits

    Get ready, because alternative project delivery projects are becoming more common, Gord Johnston writes in Design Quarterly

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  • Let your competitor pay your best employees--until you need them

    Let your competitor pay your best employees--until you need them

    Andrea Anderson describe's Stantec's recruitment philosophy (page 8).

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  • Emerging climate change issues and challenges for water systems in the Arctic

    Emerging climate change issues and challenges for water systems in the Arctic

    How climate change is affecting water infrastructure engineering in the Canadian Arctic.

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  • Drainage Management in the Far North

    Drainage Management in the Far North

    Ken Johnson describes the challenges of creating and maintaining drainage infrastructure in Canada's far north (see page 34).

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  • Sewage pumping goes upscale in the Keswick neighbourhood of southwest Edmonton

    Sewage pumping goes upscale in the Keswick neighbourhood of southwest Edmonton

    Creating a lift station that's attractive, improves worker safety, and features better performance (see page 60).

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