Stantec worked collaboratively with Southern Water to deliver major environmental improvements at Brighton and Hove Wastewater Treatment Works.
Stantec designed the wastewater treatment works, Marine Drive pumping station, and Portobello pumping station. We were also responsible for the detailed design of the civil, architectural, and reinforced concrete works, the pumping station superstructures on the sewerage system, and the local sewer connections.
The Curve Library and Cultural Centre is part of a major regeneration effort of Slough Town Centre. The £17 million building provides a three-storey space for a new central library, as well as performance and teaching spaces, offices, and a cafe. The building is the centrepiece of the ‘Heart of Slough’ regeneration scheme opened in September 2016.
We carried out Level 2 Building Information Modelling (BIM) on the project for the structural and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) design, in conjunction with architects BBlur and CZWG.
We were appointed to undertake the Sustainability Appraisals (SA) of the emerging Sunderland Core Strategy & Development Plan, which will steer development in Sunderland up to 2033. Our work involved providing critical friend support, assessing proposed policies and site allocations, and preparing robust SA reports to accompany iterative versions of the emerging plan.
The KSP Sewer, buried beneath one of the busiest intersections in London, and above one of London Underground’s live tunnels, was found to be showing significant distress during a routine inspection.
Our team worked closely with Thames Water and Stakeholders to develop an innovative solution to extend the asset life of the sewer structure by 120 years. The team’s solution involved strengthening the sewer from the inside, eliminating all disruption to the public. The design and construction of this massive jigsaw puzzle demonstrated exceptional project execution with every component fitting together with millimetre precision.
For AMP6, the Environment Agency, as part of the National Environment Programme identified sites where South Staffordshire Water had to deliver schemes or investigations related to the effects of abstraction on stream flows, wetlands and the associated aquatic ecology across both the Staffordshire and Cambridge supply.
Work undertaken by Stantec and our partner APEM involved resolving residual uncertainties and identifying cost-effective and environmental outcome focused solutions.