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In The News

The age of opportunity

The role program management will play in the provision of the UK’s huge pipeline of infrastructure projects over the next decade. To successfully deliver its infrastructure book of work, UK plc must adopt a structured approach to the scoping and prioritization of... read more

Take a Tour of World Record Arch Dams with ENR

Engineering News Record lists 5 impressive arch dams around the world. The article highlights MWH experience building arch dams globally and features insight about the beneficial use hydropower in the US from our WaterPower & Dam Global Sector Leader, Don... read more

Rejuvenating America’s Water Infrastructure

“Rejuvenating America’s Water Infrastructure” in the February 2017 issue of WaterWorld opens with a little known story of a Philadelphia mall besieged by flooding. The Bakers Centre sits atop 120-year-old water mains, which have broken three times in... read more

Bernedo Sanchez Ensures Safety against Mother Nature

Hydrology & Hydraulics Discipline Lead Carmen Bernedo Sanchez is based in the Denver, Colorado (U.S.) office, but she grew up in Peru. She loves international experiences and is happy to travel. Carmen recently explained to STEM Workforce Diversity magazine that... read more

Top Women in Water Resources

The American Water Resources Association (AWRA) has just concluded a five-part series celebrating the contributions of women in water resources. Executive Facilitator Lisa Beutler of our Sacramento, California (U.S.) office is featured. In the interview, she discusses... read more

Direct potable reuse and regulation in the U.S.

The November 2016 issue of Water Environment & Technology (WE&T) features an article co-authored by three employees of MWH, now part of Stantec. “Seeking the final piece,” by Katherine (Kati) Bell of Nashville, Allegra da Silva of Denver, and... read more

An infrastructure boom is coming to the UK

Over the next five years, there will be some £250bn spent on programs across energy generation and transmission, nuclear decommissioning and water. This vast amount of investment offers our industry a wealth of opportunity, but it will present us with numerous complex... read more