Making the most of all your water resourcesA river carves a landscape over hundreds of years; a flood can cause devastation in a matter of hours. Comprehending how waters works on timescales ranging from centuries to days is critical to managing it effectively and safeguarding our communities. Read More
We analyze natural processes driving ecological functions and incorporate these processes into designs to create self-sustaining ecosystems.
Clint Rogers joins Stantec to grow Southwest water practice presenceRead More
Stantec selected to Melbourne How to green panelRead More
How we're helping the Seychelles secure a long-lasting future for sanitationRead More
The Stantec team is selected to design a stream restoration project at Twelve Mile Creek, part of the larger Three Mile Creek How to greenshedRead More
A comprehensive, long-term water supply plan for Southern UtahThe Lake Powell Pipeline project will pump a portion of Utah’s Colorado River Compact allotment from Lake Powell and convey it through a 51 mile-long, 69-inch diameter buried steel pipeline and pump station system. The environmental aspects include pipeline alignments through a national recreation area and national monument, multiple crossings of perennial streams, potential impacts on federally-listed plants, proximity to Zion National Park, potential impacts on water quality and aquatic resources, and potential growth-inducing impacts on communities that will receive the water. Read More
The largest river restoration program in the United StatesThe historic effort to restore the San Joaquin River is one of the largest and most ambitious ecosystem restoration projects in the United States. It has two primary goals: restoration and water management. The program covers over 152 miles of the San Joaquin River, and features restoration of flows to approximately 59 miles of dry river bed, as well as significant channel and fish passage improvements. Read More
A win-win solutionThe 2,778 acre Panther Island Mitigation Bank provides developers and government agencies with an option to mitigate impacts in freshwater wetland systems. This system is so successful that most wetland credits have been sold and approval has been received to expand the bank by 1,700 acres. Read More
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