Joe Geller shares his thoughts on how Stantec’s Urban Places team is bringing an integrated approach to cities and suburbs alike to help them take advantage of the burgeoning urban renaissance.
Innovative approaches to urban housing for mixed-income, artists, and young professionals
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A stronger connection to nature and sense of community will play a big role in future communities
We now have the tools and technology to treat internet like roads, bridges, and other critical pieces of infrastructure
How will we look at workplace and urban design differently post-COVID-19? Global leaders share their thoughts.
A Resilient Infrastructure Investment Matrix helps analyze vulnerable areas by identifying and ranking their risk profiles
When working as part of a collaborative team, lighting designers can maximize the overall impact and functionality of building projects
In a recent report published by NAIOP Research Foundation, through the lens of five case studies, our Jason Beske looks at how developers are transforming struggling or closed malls into new assets
Designing a women’s shelter taught one architect about recovery, reintegration, and empowerment
The Stantec-designed Tremont Street tower will include 168 income-restricted apartments, a 200-room hotel, and parking for Tufts Medical Center
Today’s urban communities are challenged by crumbling infrastructure. As our cities densify, exploring systems thinking is critical to a resilient future.
Urban developments are seeking to promote innovation, healthy living, and sustainability
What trends are impacting building design and construction in the 49th state?
Shared autonomous mobility can unlock major social, economic, and environmental value for denser urban places. We need to start planning today.
A new twist on housing cooperatives in Barcelona offers residents the security of a long-term, low-cost home on land leased from the city
Design strategies that promote occupant well-being
If we accept that all of us have unconscious bias, we can start to recognize our biases, address them, and make successful changes—at work and in the community
While student and multi-family housing share a common building form, it’s the student resident that drives the innovation of new spaces
Bringing designers and engineers together at the table from the beginning of project design helps streamline the process
The city’s compact, walkable character makes it a prime candidate for TOD
If you’re not specifying healthy materials on your next project, you’re missing the boat