Joe Geller shares his thoughts on how Stantec’s Urban Places team is bringing an integrated approach to cities and suburbs alike to help them take advantage of the burgeoning urban renaissance.
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One person’s cell phone is another person’s planning tool
Cynthia Albright shares how we used anonymized cellphone data to address congestion in Lake Tahoe, looking to protect the environment.
Rethinking details with Passive House
The first certified Passive House higher education building in Canada was inspired by passive design principles and wood innovation.
Power and Technology at Stantec
Providing cutting edge of technology is essential in the power industry. Stantec’s Montreal team is pushing the envelope every day to ensure clients receive the most current and innovative solutions.
Libraries & Learning Commons, Part 4
Libraries should be designed as a place of reinvention, with spaces that can evolve to meet changing needs.
Advancing our communities through increased mobility
Dave Thatcher discusses how our transportation planners and engineers approach every transportation infrastructure project with the goal of providing people with better and smarter mobility options.
The Future of Freeways: The Impact of Connected and Automated Vehicles
As connected and autonomous vehicles become more prevalent, we may see big changes on our freeways with enhanced safety and capacity.
David Dixon discusses the next generation of urban places at NZPI 2018
On March 22, 2018, David presented to an international audience at the 2018 New Zealand Planning Institute conference about the growing demand for denser, mixed-use, walkable—urban—environments in the
Libraries & Learning Commons, Part 3
We share some of the most valuable lessons we’ve learned throughout the process of designing modern academic libraries across North America.
Livable Cities: Designing the World’s First WELL Community
Nels Nelson shares the urban design process, research, and results of the world's first application of the WELL Community Standard in Water Street Tampa.
What's the future of resilience?
"When we first started talking about resiliency, a lot of people said to me 'oh it's just a fad'," remembers Stantec's Joe Geller.
Guy Felio explains the PIEVC Protocol
How can a community protect itself from the impacts of climate change? In this video, Guy Felio tells us about the PIEVC Protocol – a powerful tool that is picking up steam in Canada.
Preserving affordable housing in Denver
Affordable housing—especially in major metro areas—is a growing problem in North America. Enter Ashley Union Station, just a stone’s throw from Denver’s Union Station transportation hub.
A look to the future with Stantec's education sector leader
Stantec's Don Hensley shares his thoughts on the Fourth Industrial Revolution as a disruptor to the Education sector, and how institutions can respond.
Libraries & Learning Commons, Part 2
In Part 2 of our series, we share the process of designing a new or transforming an old library.
The why and how of complete streets
Streets aren’t just about cars anymore. Join Stantec’s Mike Rutkowski and Craig Lewis as they explain the shift to people-oriented design, which accommodates people, bicycles, transit, and cars.
Building community in City Heights, CA
Using a process that encourages participation at all levels, Stantec—working with Schmidt Design Group—designed a skatepark that the City can be proud of and the community and users alike can enjoy.
CTE: An evolution or revolution in education?
Stantec's Theo Pappas and Jim Chatas share their insights regarding what’s driving the exciting changes and trajectory for Career & Technical education.
AMPIng Up Solutions for Flood Risk
The Automated Mitigation Project Identifier is an innovative model that assesses structural flood risk across multiple scenarios. Video from Stantec’s Breckenridge Forum—part of our C&I Program.
Brooklyn Village: equity and innovation in urban revitalization
One of the largest redevelopment projects in the Carolinas, Brooklyn Village digs into the cultural roots of a community.
Libraries & Learning Commons, Part 1