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Dr. Bill Hunt provides an overview of the benefits of Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI) for developers.
Webinar Recording: Interagency coordination for Low Impact Development (LID) - Lessons in persuasion
Stantec’s Evan Wilbert discusses coordination and preparation for Low Impact Development (LID) programs
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Published in Logistics & Transport NZ: Using rail to take pressure off roads
Principal Consultant Andrew Maughan explains how using rail is an economic way to take pressure off freight movements on South Island roads in New Zealand
Published in International Journal of Hydropower & Dams: Complex tunneling at the Chimney Hollow dam
Greg Raines talks complex tunneling at The Chimney Hollow reservoir project, a new planned scheme just west of Loveland, Colorado
Design Quarterly Issue 07 | Adapting to Change
The rapid pace of change and how it’s influencing innovative design and engineering solutions from Sacramento to Perth.
From the Design Quarterly: Stantec's CEO explores how sustainability is at the core of our business
When I think about what I do and how it will affect future generations, I’m reminded that we do what’s right.
Presenting Stantec Design Quarterly 07: Adapting to change
Creating lasting design in a dynamic and unpredictable world
Become a conservation leader: The benefits of restoring pollinator habitat
Ecosystem restoration can position private industry as conservation leaders, promote public awareness, and ignite passion for protecting wildlife
From the Design Quarterly: What are sustainability rankings and why do they matter?
Ask an expert: Carrie Sabin, Stantec’s environment and sustainability program director, on why she thinks practicing sustainability is good business.
Published in Providence Business News: Five Questions with Melissa Carter
Providence Business News speaks with Melissa Carter about our role on the final phase of the largest public works project in Rhode Island history
Published in APWA Reporter: Water Resources Design for Long-Term Operations & Maintenance
Public Works officials are facing numerous unprecedented infrastructure challenges – each offering a different operations and management hurdle
Webinar Recording: Environmental DNA, an emerging tool in biodiversity conservation
How effective is eDNA for monitoring species at risk in turbulent marine conditions like the Bay of Fundy, which has the world’s highest tides?
Published in Railway Age: Transit Oriented Development – Chicago
Effectively leveraging rail infrastructure to create dynamic, walkable, higher-density urban neighborhoods in Chicago
Published in Earth's Future: The Expanding Footprint of Rapid Arctic Change
Dr. Francis Wiese shares insights regarding sea level rise, extreme weather, infrastructure damage, and coastal erosion
From the Design Quarterly: Digitally modeling cost-effective sustainable solutions
Using the latest in digital tools, designers and engineers can achieve sustainable building performance on a budget
Published in Water New Zealand: A sustainable career
Stantec’s Jim Bradley is profiled as an environmental engineer who’s forged a career ahead of his time
How to bring clean energy to Indigenous and remote communities
It’s possible to utilize natural weather resources—and reduce the reliance on diesel—with a scalable, renewable power solution
PFAS environmental contaminants in Canadian provinces: Where are the guidelines?
As we study impacts of persistent contaminants, jurisdictions are implementing standards. But Canada needs more provincial regulations.
A decade of ecosystem restoration: Protecting planet Earth for future generations
How we’re confronting the global issues of climate change, biodiversity, and population
From the Design Quarterly: Teaching nature via outdoor spaces and sustainable design
Whether it’s an outdoor learning center or using the school building as a teaching tool, educators are embracing sustainable design in their curriculum
Published in Railway Age: TOD: How New York got it right
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) has gained prominence in boardrooms around the country with the increasing urbanization of society
Published in Alaska Business Monthly: Top-flight priorities