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Published in The Institute of Water Magazine: Developing with our water environment
Stantec’s Chris Mooij looks ahead to meeting the challenges of the Water Industry National Environment Prog...
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4 common water infrastructure problems and how to fund improvement initiatives
Aging water infrastructure is a serious issue throughout the US. Funding improvement projects doesn’t need to be.
Community Futures: think globally, act locally has never mattered more
Community Futures speaks to the most significant trends influencing our cities, from climate change to digital innovation
Published: Reaching beyond stormwater to create resilient communities
In this World Water: Stormwater Management article, Stantec’s Chris Digman looks at the future challenges of creating resilient water systems
Published in the Institute of Water: Delivering change through research-led innovation
Stantec’s Chris Digman and Elliot Gill explore the role that practitioners have in creating transformational change to benefit clients and customers
Published in Water & Wastes Digest: One Water, Multiple Goals
“One Water” in the real world—each utility will need a different approach, yet all must start at the same point—centered on their community
Published: Could Project 13 deliver a step change in efficiency for the UK water sector?
In this WWT online article, Stantec’s Craig McMaster and Scott Jackson analyse Project 13’s innovative enterprise model
Published in Institution of Civil Engineers: Communities should be at the heart of decision making
Engaging with the public is more than just about consultations says Stantec's Graduate Civil Engineer Monika Szczyrba
Published in World Water Magazine: Embracing change delivers SMART technologies
A successful business change is key to ensuring a sustainable return on investment says Stantec’s Neil Croxton
Published in Waterbriefing: What next for PR19?
Stantec’s Tim Williams takes an in-depth look at how PR19 has unfolded to date, and where the water sector is heading
Published in The Institute of Water Magazine: Digital! What now?
Stantec’s Jo Kelsey reflects on the water industry’s ambition to embrace digital solutions to improve performance and delivery of outcomes
Published: Minimal Disturbance: Milestone Project Tests Capabilities of Microtunnelling
How to design for the largest diameter microtunnelling project in North America as featured in Trenchless Technology Canada
Published on WWT Online: The robots aren't coming... they’re already here
Stantec’s Dan Causley looks at advances in technology and their role in boosting productivity in the UK water sector
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
Published in The Water Report: Wade Crowfoot Interviewed
Our Lisa Beutler interviews California’s Secretary for Natural Resources to talk priorities, policy and the current California Water Plan
Published in NC Currents: Storm Damage Risk Reduction – Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps
A look at the top 10 factors coastal communities should consider and address in future builds to reduce hurricane storm damage risk
Wet-weather infrastructure: Smart analysis and TOTEX planning equal savings and resilience
How “sweating the system” with smart analytics modeling and TOTEX planning can deliver fit-for-purpose solutions, capital cost savings, and system optimization
Published in Water & Wastes Digest: Reaching Deep Tunnel Vision
A 240 foot look down at what makes planning, design, construction, and startup of deep tunnel pump stations different than your typical lift station
A path to improving national standards for stormwater practices
What to do when water quality suffers due to urban runoff-driven pollution
Water was always a strong theme in my life and led me to a career in water engineering
Water is an extremely exciting industry. There is always a need for water, so water engineering is a career that will never go away.
Strapped for cash: How to help fund public projects for communities