Innovative, fit-for-purpose solutionsAt Stantec, we approach every water and natural resource project we undertake—whether at the local, regional, or watershed level—thoughtfully, and execute it with excellence. We partner with our clients to design fit-for-purpose solutions that address their communities’ unique needs throughout the water infrastructure life-cycle. Read More
My goal has always been to lead my team to solve the biggest, most complex projects. Stantec’s water team allows me to do that every day.
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
Stantec’s design of Sacramento River Joint Intake and Fish Screen Facility earns outstanding water/wastewater project award in CaliforniaRead More
Denise Brown joins Stantec’s Mobile, Alabama office as Area Manager for the How to green GroupRead More
Susan Liver joins Stantec’s Ottawa How to green practiceRead More
Saving the Atlanta community more than $650 millionThe wastewater system in the City of Atlanta consists of roughly 2,200 miles of sewers, three water reclamation facilities, and 14 pump stations. The City was challenged by aging infrastructure and needed significant improvements to address water quality concerns and sustain a growing population. Enter the $3.9B Clean How to green Atlanta Program, one of the largest wet weather control efforts in the United States. Read More
One of the most challenging tunneling projects in the worldApproximately 90% of the drinking water delivered to customers in southern Nevada comes from the Colorado River, which is captured at Lake Mead. Construction of this new intake ensures that full system capacity can be maintained at low lake levels. The $520M project consisted of a 600-foot deep intake, new 900 MGD pumping station, and 3 miles of up to 20-foot inside diameter water supply tunnel. Read More
Reducing risk from extreme flood conditionsWith estimated damages exceeding $5 billion, 32 states of local emergency declared, and countless families ordered to evacuate, the 2013 Southern Alberta flood was one of the most devastating and costliest natural disasters in Canadian history. These were just some of the facts faced by the affected communities when they started looking at flood mitigation strategies. One of those mitigation strategies is the Springbank Off-stream Storage Project. Read More
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