A Timeless Question—Pencil vs Sharpie
There are some basic questions that evoke immediate, strong emotional responses, and provide insight into the minds of architects and engineers around the world—pencil versus sharpie is one.
Roger Miramontes shows Los Angeles high school students what it means to become an engineer
Roger’s presentation about how being a first generation Mexican-American didn’t prevent him from achieving his engineering dream, inspired students in the STEAM Magnet program at his alma mater.
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A day in the life of Laila Soer
Laila works with clients on a daily basis to optimize company processes and make sure they act compliantly, all while hitting their sustainability targets.
Why I no longer think that being gay will hamper my career as a transportation engineer
As children, we are told that the sky is the limit. But my sky looked much more like a ceiling.
Designing close to home
Stacy Fleming was born in Brockville, Ontario, so her role as one of the designers of the Brockville General Hospital Redevelopment holds a special place in her heart.
International Women's Day at Stantec 2018
With a workforce of 22,000 global employees that bring unique perspectives, we asked: How will you #PressForProgress in 2018?
From real-world learning to the real world
At Stantec we strive to create a culture of continual learning for our employees. In this sneak peek, find out how we instill this in the next generation of designers through our summer internships.
A day in the Life of Mesut Avcı
A Turkish Senior Energy Engineer, Mesut is the Chief Engineer for TurSEFF, a project in which he provides advice in possible energy efficiency measures. In his free time loves sports, from football to
A day in the life of Gaye Devrim Sener
In her role as manager of MidSEFF, Environmental Engineer Devrim works on large sustainable energy projects throughout Turkey. Outside of work she loves tango and spending time outdoors.
Kickin Up Heels
Charles Macmichael brings communities together in his city—and at work—that welcome LGBTQ+ colleagues and their allies, friends, and supporters.
Transitioning from service, Jesse Basinski shares her story of success
Jesse Basinski, Structural Engineer-in-training in the Las Vegas, Nevada office joined Stantec as an intern in 2013 following her service in the Army. Look where she is now!
A day in the life of Baukje Nauta and Lianne Verweij
Want to know what soil consultants Baukje and Lianne in the Netherlands do on a daily basis? Follow along!
To challenge the status quo for women in business, we need to face our biases
As we look back over the past year, the pace and frequency of conversation around women's rights continues to rise. Are they making a difference?
Rebecca Keehner, advancing interior design through art and science
Stantec Sacramento interior design team member, Rebecca Keehner, achieves her NCIDQ certification. She is part of the evolution of high performance interior design
What does it take to build a culture of inclusion?
Creating a culture of inclusion is imperative at Stantec for our employees and clients. Hear from our Diversity & Inclusion Council members on why this initiative is so important.
From snowflakes to seashells: An engineer’s career takes flight
Career planning leads to an Arctic airport design assignment—and that leads to other exciting destinations
Stantec employees make pledges to #PressForProgress on International Women’s Day
On March 8, Stantec encourages all employees to #PressForProgress for women’s equality in the workplace, at home, or in their communities
Saying “yes” to Yellowknife
From architects to aquatic biologists, Stantec staff talk about the benefits of working in the Northwest Territories, in one of our most northern offices.
After the blasting
About 220km northeast of Yellowknife, NWT, Stantec is monitoring the remediation efforts at an abandoned gold mine. Carey Sibbald, aquatic biologist, takes a break from water sampling to explain.
Partnering with the Red Deer Food Bank
For the past five years, our staff in Red Deer have shown their support to the food bank with a community food drive and BBQ.