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From Stantec ERA: The power of bringing hydropower and solar energy together
The combination of a hybrid solar and hydroelectric systems could provide new opportunities for sustainable power generation
Let it rain: A holistic plan for water use and reuse in a sustainable building
Denver Water’s new complex pushes the boundaries of sustainability with its innovative water efficiency
From the Design Quarterly: Are net zero energy and net zero carbon buildings a must-have?
The approaches, markets, and tools for sustainability are evolving—and net zero is an attainable goal
Published in Hydro Review: Samoan Islands lead renewable energy efforts
Two small hydro projects constructed in Samoa have increased electricity supply and helped boost hydro capacity to meet the islands renewable energy goals
Published in IJHP&D: Upgrading the Salto Grande Scheme
Rehabilitation is playing a major role in solving energy needs in South America at plants such as the Salto Grande Scheme
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 Railway Age: P3s key for Transit Oriented Development
Toronto’s unprecedented growth has spurred conversations on new ways to approach Transit-Oriented Development, with lessons for both Canada and the US
Can smart mobility solutions answer transit’s first/last mile challenge?
Many municipalities are hoping to avert the ‘hell’ of personal autonomous vehicles for the ‘heaven’ of mobility-as-a-service
From Stantec ERA: The future of the mining industry in a renewable-energy world
Increasing synergies lead to reduced energy costs, improved environmental performance, and a greater social impact
Design Quarterly Issue 06 | Destination Zero
What's driving the global push for sustainable buildings and what are the tools and techniques we can use to create Net Zero Carbon and Net Zero Energy buildings?
Published in Roads & Bridges: On the double
A design-build solution replaces an 82-year old bridge in Washington’s Cascade Mountains in just 17 days
Presenting Stantec Design Quarterly 06: Destination Zero
How do designers help battle climate change? Sustainability means thinking about net zero energy and net zero carbon—in new construction and in retrofits.
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
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
From the Design Quarterly: Embracing the unknown when thinking big data and smart cities
Our data revolution—5G, smart and connected buildings, autonomous vehicles—is changing the design profession
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