At TRIECA 2019, Jen Young describes the RBJ Schelgel Park project; 42 acres of land with no drainage outlet requiring a design that was capable of managing the regional stormwater for the site.
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Published in Waterbriefing: What next for PR19?
Stantec’s Tim William’s takes an in-depth look at how PR19 has unfolded to date, and where the water sector is heading
[With Video] How can technology from video games bring flood risks to life?
FEMA Risk MAP data and 3D mapping help the public visualize flood risk and support more resilient communities
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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
An in-depth look at the new leader of the Delta Stewardship Council as published in The Water Report
Lisa Beutler talks to Chairwoman Susan Tatayon about her role, goals, and findings from the Delta Plan’s five-year review
Published in IWP&DC Magazine: Women in WaterPower
Sandra Shuster recently discussed her insights into navigating the waterpower industry as a woman with IWP&DC Magazine
Published: Minimal Disturbance: Milestone Project Tests Capabilities of Microtunnelling
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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.
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
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 Advances in Water Research: Battery Energy Storage Systems for Water Utilities
Battery Energy Storage Systems may help address challenges associated with the deployment of renewable energy and the continuous escalation of energy projects
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 REDNews: How updates to floodplain mapping will impact Texas
Natural Disasters, such as catastrophic flooding, challenge the very essence of the community
Stantec ERA Issue 01 | The Energy Remix
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How to plan for flooding events when the next record-breaking storm hasn’t happened yet
Replicating Hurricane Harvey’s flows and water levels was a challenge, but the 2D models will help prepare us for future extreme weather events
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