Program & Project Management

Stantec experts share their knowledge on the trends, innovations, and challenges shaping program and project management.

  • Published in WET News: Making the outcomes-based approach to delivering infrastructure work better

    Published in WET News: Making the outcomes-based approach to delivering infrastructure work better

    With busy periods approaching across a number of sectors, it is vital to ensure the right approach is in place says Stantec’s Paul Taylor

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  • Automated Programme Build Brochure

    Automated Programme Build Brochure

    Helping Assert Owners strategise, develop and deliver Capital Programmes

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  • Rules of Credit (RoC) Brochure

    Rules of Credit (RoC) Brochure

    Helping companies manage programmes by instilling consistency around progress measurement

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  • Scope Quantity Tracking SQT Brochure

    Scope Quantity Tracking SQT Brochure

    Helping our clients manage programmes by Scope Quantity Tracking

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  • DCMA 14 Point Analysis Brochure

    DCMA 14 Point Analysis Brochure

    Applying technical programme governance drives project consistency

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  • Projects Definition Ratings Index (PDRI) Brochure

    Projects Definition Ratings Index (PDRI) Brochure

    Applying targeted programme governance drives gateway consistency

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  • An Integrated Programme Schedule Brochure

    An Integrated Programme Schedule Brochure

    An Integrated Programme Schedule

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  • Complexity Modelling Brochure

    Complexity Modelling Brochure

    Helping Asset Owners effectively Optimise programmes of work

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  • Runways Brochure

    Runways Brochure

    Helping Asset Owners effectively optimise programmes of work

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  • Multi Criteria Analysis (MCA) Brochure

    Multi Criteria Analysis (MCA) Brochure

    Helping Asset Owners effectively prioritise programmes of work

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  • Net Present Value (NPV) analysis Brochure

    Net Present Value (NPV) analysis Brochure

    Helping our clients prioritise programmes and projects

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  • NICR (Needs, Issues, Causes, Resolutions) Brochures

    NICR (Needs, Issues, Causes, Resolutions) Brochures

    Helping asset owners release programme scope quicker

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  • MoSCoW Brochure

    MoSCoW Brochure

    Helping our Asset Owners prioritise programmes and projects

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  • Benefits Realisation Management (BRM) Brochure

    Benefits Realisation Management (BRM) Brochure

    Helping Asset Owners effectively de-clutter their programme delivery management

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  • The Rolling Wave Brochure

    The Rolling Wave Brochure

    Rolling Wave is an important technique that effectively manages evolving scope within a programme

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  • Programme & Project Delivery Systems (PDS) Brochure

    Programme & Project Delivery Systems (PDS) Brochure

    Helping our clients innovate, improving programme, project quality and delivery

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  • [With Video] Project Impossible? Not when you have the right team!

    [With Video] Project Impossible? Not when you have the right team!

    A massive flood-fighting complex in New Orleans is featured on HISTORY’s documentary series premiering on September 1

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  • It’s important to focus on the positives of major projects. How do you do it?

    It’s important to focus on the positives of major projects. How do you do it?

    Struggling with negative perceptions? Here’s how to involve local workers, build lifelong relationships, and get the community on board

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  • Embracing the challenge in a new era of project management and delivery

    Embracing the challenge in a new era of project management and delivery

    In an ever-changing industry, we must look past traditional execution and tackle a new way of delivering successful projects

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  • Managing assets in the context of future climate uncertainty

    In this Canadian Civil Engineer article, Dr. Guy Félio explains why the traditional “factor of safety” approach to asset management no longer works

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