Stantec @ 2020 Pacific Northwest Section American Water Works Association Conference

  • You're invited to our PNWS AWWA Happy Hour!

    You're invited to our PNWS AWWA Happy Hour!

    Join us for drinks, food, games, and conversation at the PNWS-AWWA Conference Stantec happy hour!

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  • Developing solutions to handle PFAS—aka “forever chemicals”—it’s an evolving science

    Developing solutions to handle PFAS—aka “forever chemicals”—it’s an evolving science

    Innovative problem-solving needed as the true depth of PFAS contamination and its effects on humanity remain up in the air

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  • Project: Willamette Water Supply Program (WWSP)

    Project: Willamette Water Supply Program (WWSP)

    Working with communities to create safe drinking water solutions

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  • Meet Mark Graham

    Meet Mark Graham

    All of Mark’s responsibilities come back to one goal—enabling people to work more efficiently and effectively.

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  • Stantec consolidates nearly 100 team members in key market of Portland

    Stantec consolidates nearly 100 team members in key market of Portland

    Stantec is expanding its footprint in the Pacific Northwest by consolidating Portland-area employees from three area offices into one landmark location at 601 SW Second Ave.

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  • Roundtable: Imagining a day without water—with planning, it’s something we can avoid

    Roundtable: Imagining a day without water—with planning, it’s something we can avoid

    Four experts consider our critical relationship with water and the role we can play in protecting this precious resource

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  • Project: Lynden Water Treatment Plant Replacement

    Project: Lynden Water Treatment Plant Replacement

    Designing a reliable water supply for a healthy community.

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  • Healthy streams: How to work the bugs into your project

    Healthy streams: How to work the bugs into your project

    Monitoring benthic macroinvertebrates—the little critters living in streams and rivers—is a powerful tool when trying to gauge healthy waterways

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  • What 7 things should you expect from a construction project in your neighborhood?

    What 7 things should you expect from a construction project in your neighborhood?

    Site crews should minimize impacts of activities on the environment—protecting birds, limiting dust, and reducing spill potential

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  • Need more water? Think Ozone-BAC for "one water" resolution

    Need more water? Think Ozone-BAC for "one water" resolution

    If you thought reverse osmosis was the one and only choice for potable water reuse, think again. Ozonation followed by biological activated carbon (ozone-BAC) is more suited to inland communities.

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