Getting your water where it needs to goIt seems so simple. Turn on a faucet, water appears. Flush a toilet, water disappears. But behind that simplicity is a complex infrastructure that most people don’t think too much about. That’s where we come in. Read More
I work with scientists and engineers, helping clients efficiently build infrastructure with the least impact on natural and historic resources.
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
Supporting growth and improving wastewater qualityCentral Alberta is growing at a rapid pace, putting stress on the wastewater treatment systems. In places like Olds and Innisfail, their aging infrastructure was stressed, reducing the quality of wastewater that was discharged into natural water systems. With 92 kilometers of forcemains and gravity sewers and four new pump stations, this regional system will meet the needs of central Alberta for the next 25 years and reduce the risk to the environment as the wastewater is reintroduced into the Red Deer River. Read More
How do you prepare a city for a 1:100-year storm?When a city like New Orleans faces a risk the size of a Category 5 hurricane, the solution needs to be just as formidable. Enter the Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps (PCCP) project. The massive drainage pumping system (largest in the world) will play a key role in a multi-billion-dollar hurricane risk reduction system designed to serve the community now and in the future. Read More
Helping communities secure their food supply with water saving technologyThe first of its kind in California, the new system gives growers automated irrigation access through mobile technology that conserves over 12,000 acre-feet per year (that’s enough water to provide for 40,000 households!). An interactive interface allows farmers to schedule water deliveries using an online system where they control their delivery date and receive alerts via email and text that confirm volume and flow rates. Read More
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