North Carolina State University’s Dr. Bill Hunt discusses how Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI) are the future of stormwater management.
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How a unique procurement process got Ottawa's Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel underground
The unique procurement process for Ottawa’s Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel
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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.
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
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.
Published: 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 Community Design Collaborative: Carnell Scholars Drive Schoolyard Design
Stantec’s Philadelphia team received a community design award for conceptual open space improvements at the Laura H. Carnell School in Philadelphia
Published in Global Water Intelligence: Coastal projects bring Stantec a flood of work
Green infrastructure and solutions a growing necessity to protect coastal communities from more frequent and growing storms
Published in Water & Wastes Digest: Analyzing Combined Sewer Overflows
Real-time data to benefit CSO reporting in the city of Somerville, Massachusetts
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 How We Respond: New Orleans Residents Respond to Flooding w/ Citizen Science
Blue & Green Corridors project – a new twist on green infrastructure for a city plagued by flooding
Published in Water Quality Products: The Sky is the Limit
Denver Water’s new complex highlights water efficiency
Published in Providence Business News: Five Questions with Melissa Carter
Providence Business News speaks with Melissa Carter about our role on the final phase of the largest public works project in Rhode Island history
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 New Zealand: A sustainable career
Stantec’s Jim Bradley is profiled as an environmental engineer who’s forged a career ahead of his time
Recap of Stantec Presentations at the WCW Conference
At this year's WCW Conference, our interdisciplinary presenters discussed what we could do for our water and our future. Today.
Spontaneous Resiliency through Low Impact Development
Green Infrastructure Sector Lead, Jennifer Young, presents on Spontaneous Resiliency through Low Impact Development at the Canadian Water Resources Association National Conference 2019.
How to navigate aging infrastructure and utility conflicts in urban areas
Aging infrastructure is an issue for cities across the US, including the City of Toledo, Ohio. For every challenge, there’s a solution.
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
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