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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 Alaska Business Monthly: Top-flight priorities
Creativity is crucial when designing and constructing runways in Alaska. Aviation engineer Johnathan Limb explains what’s involved.
Building on our community roots to help North American orchid conservation
How Stantec botanist Melissa Curran is partnering with researchers and community members for the conservation of terrestrial orchids in North America
Predicting the unpredictable: How a Stantec toolbox helps us understand future flood risks
Stantec and clients are combining historic rainfall and climate data with the latest modelling tools to prepare communities for future weather events
How we can flip the script on pollinator decline
Changing the way we think about ecosystem restoration to combat the decline of pollinators
Published in American Infrastructure: The AI Interview – Lisa Beutler, President of the AWRA
Stantec’s Lisa Beutler—current president of American Water Resource Association—looks at the developments in the changing world of water
Cutting calories and carbon: Rethinking residence life to promote a healthier campus
How residence halls can merge evidence-based design and sustainability best practices to promote campus well-being
Published in Railway Age: Innovation From a ‘P2’ System
How is the West Coast different when it comes to Transit-Oriented Development?
From Stantec ERA: Pumped storage is the answer to the sustainable energy-storage dilemma
Pumped-storage hydropower is a reliable, clean, and sustainable answer to our energy-storage needs and renewable energy growth
World Environment Day: Addressing air quality through the built environment
How planning and design tactics can improve indoor and outdoor air quality for lasting impacts on our communities
From the Design Quarterly: Technologies and trends changing how we power our world
What’s driving change in the energy sector? How will it influence smart cities of tomorrow?
3 steps dam owners and communities should commit to today to address dam safety
Maintaining our dams and having a plan for the worst are key to protecting life and property
Webinar Recording: Walking (and cycling) in a Winter Wonderland: Takeaways from the Winter Cycling Congress
Learn how policy, design, and infrastructure maintenance best practices can make a city’s outdoor spaces enjoyable throughout the winter months
Webinar Recording: Equity and Mobility in Design
What does equity in design mean? Ryan Martinson discusses equity’s role in our infrastructure and how the right plan can create equal access for all.
From Stantec ERA: Offshore wind energy is the green future of electricity generation
Massachusetts is leading in the US by tapping into the ocean winds for energy
A case study on creating a sustainable port for Canada’s Department of National Defence
Resilient infrastructure design practices help to protect the nation against threats stemming from climate change
From the Design Quarterly: Cities as innovation centers
With tech hubs and innovation districts, research universities have the keys to unlocking reinvigorated cities
From Stantec ERA: What’s the future of energy? An Energy Remix to power our planet.
As the population grows, the need for more energy also grows—and old and new stakeholders are redefining how we power, live, and move about our planet
Published in Metro Magazine: Tempe Streetcar critical to expanding rail service
Tom Wolf, Transportation engineer and project manager, writes about the Tempe Streetcar project, which connects Arizona State University and downtown
Infrastructure Week 2019: The state of American transit today and tomorrow
How do we get people moving? It’s about acceptable commute times, longer-term master plans, and high-capacity public transport systems.
Infrastructure Week 2019: Parks as infrastructure—providing resilience and quality of life