Choose Your Site

MWH, now part of Stantec, is comprised of global offices in 35 countries and operating on six continents. Choose a regional site highlighting local services, experience and experts.

We are a global, full-service consulting, engineering and construction company. Choose a site below that highlights special service offerings or markets in which we serve.


Social License & Stakeholder Relations

Insight from our clients: What really drives success?

Mac Hodell, global director of management consulting – strategic planning services As management consultants, we have special opportunities to partner with our clients to improve decision-making and strategic planning activities to drive success. What is even more... read more

Getting Ready for AMP6 or Have We Already Started?

MWH Water Sector Director, Richard Ratcliff reviews the impact that AMP6 is already having and the challenges of moving from outputs to outcomes in a recent article in the Institute of Water Journal. This article was reprinted with permission from Institute of Water... read more

The Story So Far

In the Spring media headlines in the U.K. screamed , ‘UK in drought crisis’, ‘March hottest, driest month for 30 years’, ‘Hosepipe bans in South’ and then in April continuing until present (July) the U.K. has experienced the wettest consecutive period for 100 years.... read more

Seeing the Bigger Picture

By Simon Bimpson, Business Development & Operations Director for MWH Global Many organizations are already seeing the benefits of adjoined-up approach to capital investment by implementing program management. But the techniques used may have more to offer to... read more

Small Hydro Transforms Fiji’s Energy Mix

Greg Brown of MWH authors an article in the latest issue of Renewable Energy World on how a policy commitment to small-scale hydro could free the Pacific island nation’s 850,000 residents from relying on high-cost imported diesel for power generation. Click here to... read more

Planning a Resilient Christchurch for the Future

The earthquake on 22 February had a devastating effect on Christchurch City’s CBD, historic buildings and entertainment district with over 300 buildings facing demolition. rely damaged transportation infrastructure, and the three urban waters (water supply, wastewater... read more

Australia: Water Wastage Just Doesn’t Sit Right With Aussies

Australians value water as a precious resource and believe enjoying water is an essential part of our culture, but there is grave concern for Australia’s water security in light of forecast population increases, according to research commissioned by MWH Australia, an... read more

Our Thought Leaders

View bios and read articles from all of the Thought Leaders at MWH Global.