Take a look at life as a civil engineer through Yasser’s eyes—his work is diverse and he’s passionate about getting involved and growing his career.
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Work hard, play hard: DPG’s Grand Challenge
Every year, our developing professionals (DPs) in Australia and New Zealand have a special opportunity to network, compete, and share knowledge
A look at what our DPG chapters have done for their communities
Our DPGs represent Stantec through volunteering, raising money, donating goods and services, and being present in the communities they live and work
Tapping Potential: A winning strategy
How a workshop that connected developing professionals and leadership helped Stantec’s strategic plan reveal its full benefits
Smooth Moves: DPG’s commitment to successful acquisitions
When integrating with a new company, having a program like the Developing Professionals Group (DPG) helps all employees find common ground
Italy’s Road to a Plastic Free Office
How our Milan office is pioneering reduced plastic waste in preparation for new EU regulations
A Day in the Life of Julie
In her role as Project Manager, Julie supports the international development projects from our office in La Hulpe, close to Brussels.
Q&A: DPG team bonding weekend from the Netherlands to Belgium - Romy Stijsiger
Romy Stijsiger shares with us what it’s like being part of a DPG, and how it’s shaped the way she views her place in the company
A Day in the Life of Tuğçe
Energy engineer Tuğçe supports banks and residential home owners in Turkey with the funding of energy efficiency investments throughout the country.
The Developing Professionals Group (DPG) is lifting across Stantec—and this newsletter serves as our launch pad
Stantec's DPGs make a difference in the communities we serve—all over the globe
A DPG is a place where you can create connecting opportunities by finding likeminded coworkers through events and volunteering
Nurturing success through mentorship
How Stantec’s mentor program enhanced the careers of three interior designers
A Day in the Life of Alexis
As a hydrogeologist, Alexis Harkins is passionate about clean groundwater. She works on environmental projects that have groundwater contamination from industrial waste.
Rising Star’ Fritha Bevin-McCrimmon to speak about her world-wide engineering experience
Speaking at the NZUGA Supper in London, UK on International Women’s Day, Friday 8 March 2019
Water was always a strong theme in my life and led me to a career in water engineering
Water is an extremely exciting industry. There is always a need for water, so water engineering is a career that will never go away.
Kindness Week 2018
To celebrate World Kindness Day, our Dutch DPG organized a Kindness Week campaign
A Day in the Life of Baukje and Lianne