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Project Milestones

Helping Serbia with pre-accession preparations to the EU

As part of Serbia’s preparations to become a member of the European Union, MWH, now part of Stantec – in a consortium led by Louis Berger – was awarded the contract to assist the Serbian administration in preparing transportation and environment infrastructure... read more

New Zealand Foreign Minister Visits Samoan Hydropower Projects

Minister McCully, New Zealand’s Foreign Minister, is traveling throughout Samoa this week as he visits multiple renewable energy sites. His stops will include the ground breaking ceremony for the Fuluasou hydropower project and a tour of three hydropower schemes which... read more

Improving water and sewer service in Miami-Dade

The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) and MWH, now part of Stantec, have recently signed two agreements for consulting and engineering services. The $.8.8 million USD repair and rehabilitation contract extension and the $16.5 million USD hydrogeological and... read more

AMP Celebrates the Opening of Three Hydropower Projects

MWH, now part of Stantec, team members joined our client, American Municipal Power, to publicly celebrate three of their hydropower projects: Cannelton, Smithland and Willow Island.  All three of these projects are run-of-the-river projects built at existing Army... read more

America’s Best Drinking Water to Get Even Better

MWH, now part of Stantec, employees celebrated a groundbreaking in West Palm Beach recently. The new $25 million (USD) water treatment plant will use high-intensity ultraviolet (UV) light treatment, a method the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says... read more