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Great lighting design—a key to an immersive experience and occupant well-being
When working as part of a collaborative team, lighting designers can maximize the overall impact and functionality of building projects
The time is now for risk-based water supply planning
Few cheap or easy solutions remain for water supply in the US. Integrated water resources planning is a first step to understanding your risks.
MDMER: What Canada’s revised mining effluent regulations could mean for your mine
Does your metal or diamond mine discharge effluent? If so, you need a plan to comply with the government’s new limits by June 2021.
Coronavirus and the water cycle—here is what treatment professionals need to know
As the global health community tracks the spread of this virus, it’s important for water and wastewater professionals to keep updated on potential impacts
From the Design Quarterly: How systems thinking is good for our changing world
Today’s urban communities are challenged by crumbling infrastructure. As our cities densify, exploring systems thinking is critical to a resilient future.
From Stantec ERA: Digital twinning the Panama Canal enhances project delivery, performance
A digital twin enables teams to simulate future scenarios before, during, and after construction, resulting in improved design, constructability, and O&M
Phytoremediation: What is it, and why might it be right for your contaminated site?
Put your plants to work as an inexpensive, sustainable tool to help you achieve site closure
Published in Alaska Business: The art of architecture
Finding the balance between form and function can be especially challenging in northern climates
How advances in computer simulations can lead to more resilient coastlines
Advanced numerical modeling technology allows engineers to simulate complex and changing conditions for more successful and resilient projects
Published in Environment Magazine: Building a resilient New Orleans
Stantec’s Dan Grandal reports on how New Orleans is managing storm water whilst at the same time making the city more resilient to climate change
Sponge city: Our urban landscapes have untapped potential to absorb stormwater
How can cities harness rainwater? It starts with making the decision to forget about paving—and choosing to lead with landscape.
From the Design Quarterly: Design drivers for a new behavioral and mental health facility
How goals like “veterans first” shaped the design for a new VA building supporting a patient-centered recovery model
Underwater remote sensing: Surveying the marine world safer, faster, and more affordably
Futuristic-sounding sensors let scientists work in multiple places at once, but it’s important to begin with a clear study design
From Stantec ERA: We can deliver power projects while keeping rare species safe
Environmental DNA—or eDNA—biomonitoring is a breakthrough technology that revolutionizes how industry can reduce cost, efforts, and risks for energy projects
The US Integrated Planning Bill: 10 steps municipalities can take to reap the benefits
Recent legislation will enable municipalities to develop integrated approaches to wastewater and stormwater management
Power through the storm: Improved style, function, and design for a more resilient grid
A post-Sandy hardening program illustrates the role innovative design and community engagement play in the future of power delivery
Published in Waterbriefing: Helping the UK water sector deliver net zero carbon emissions
Stantec’s Adrian Johnson discusses the journey to delivering transformational change and sustainable outcomes for customers, communities and the environment
From the Design Quarterly: How do you future-proof a stadium in the digital age?
Ask an expert: Senior project engineer Liliana Mironov explains the importance of electrical design for the award-winning Optus Stadium
Combined sewage storage tunnels can help protect the environment and keep basements dry
A higher frequency of intense storms leads to wet basements and sewage flowing into waterways. Here’s how a CSST could help.
Waste not, want not: Turning human waste into a renewable-energy source for buildings