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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...

A Legend in Engineering Recognized

For more than 50 years, Glenn Tarbox has dedicated his career to the engineering and construction of new dams – and upgrade & safety improvement of aging dams – of all types, both large and small. Since earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering...

Jarah Parke named “Outstanding Member of the Year” by APWA

The Nevada Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) has awarded Jarah Parke, P.E., PMP, CFM the distinguished “Outstanding Member of the Year Award” for 2016. Mr. Parke is a project manager for MWH, now part of Stantec, and has been with the company for...

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...

“Eco-Ladrillos” / “Eco-bricks” in Argentina

Haga clic aquí para leer la nota en español. New sustainable project: “Eco-Bricks” in Argentina Since last November, as part of the activities of the YPG (Young Professionals Group) in Argentina, personnel from the Buenos Aires office have joined the...

One Water – US Water Alliance

US Water Alliance releases One Water roadmap MWH, now part of Stantec, was a technical reviewer for the document. This week, the US Water Alliance released a long-awaited publication for which MWH served as a reviewer. “One Water Roadmap: The Sustainable...

MWH Welcomes New Principal Wastewater Engineer

Mr. Tartaglione has eighteen years of experience in the evaluation and design of process, mechanical, and energy systems in the wastewater sector. As a process/design engineer, his experience includes alternative energy systems, thermal oxidation and thermal...

Chinese Overseas Investment

MWH, now part of Stantec, shares Chinese overseas investment expertise. Chinese overseas investment continues to grow, with a number of Chinese state-owned companies – especially hydropower developers – being encouraged by central government to actively seek overseas...

MWH Apprentice Wins “Apprentice of the Year Award”

MWH Treatment Apprentice Lydia Garaghty was awarded Apprentice of the Year at the Rochdale Training Awards Evening. The event, held at the Rochdale Town Hall, recognizes the achievements of Apprentices and Learners with a drinks reception and awards ceremony. Lydia...

Economics of Water Report – 3rd Edition

The Panama Canal – which handles 5 percent of the worldwide shipping trade – recently completed a massive $5.2 billion expansion project that doubles its capacity and meets global commerce needs into the next century. The canal’s Third Set of Locks opened in June...