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MWH, now part of Stantec is working with the United Kingdom water company Anglian Water Services and the US-based Water Research Foundation to evaluate the value of the water footprinting methodology ISO 14046 to enable decision making to achieve catchment outcomes. http://ow.ly/8wzV30cTxtf

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Alec Erskine, Senior principal consultant at MWH explores how some key equations can assist with the business of asset management in water. Asset management is about making decisions about managing assets. We try to do this quantitatively using asset behaviour models and cost knowledge and our economic framework to time our interventions optimally. http://ow.ly/zczh30cHvXh

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Turning megacities into creative cities is hugely important if the challenges we face are to be addressed. This where leadership is crucial. If city leaders can focus renewing old urban infrastructure so that it is resilient, integrated and decentralised, there may be great opportunities to closely link energy, water and food production. David Smith, chief strategy officer at MWH, now part of Stantec talks about smart city development. http://ow.ly/sJ0x30cDYeA

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This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. In an article published by Utility Week, Wellbeing Executive Sponsor Tracey Gee and Wellbeing Programme Manager Becky Clarke discuss how MWH, now part of Stantec are committed to tackling the stigma of mental health in the workplace. http://ow.ly/abbO30bEZzl

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Alec Erskine, Managing Consultant at MWH, now part of Stantec talks to WTT online about the different approaches engineers and statisticians take to solving practical applications. http://ow.ly/CrPT30bbdQx

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MWH are delighted to be shortlisted as finalists in six categories at the NCE Companies of the Year Awards 2017. The winners will be announced on 22 June at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London UK. http://ow.ly/rKNE30aIQC6
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Projects are a risky business!…but are we managing them properly? Tom Elvin will be presenting his views on the people, processes and systems needed to manage successful projects at the PMI UK Yorkshire and Humber Branch Event today. http://ow.ly/4dI6309VfwO

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Our thought leaders had a great time in Cardiff at the ICE National Flooding Conference yesterday showcasing leading industry thinking & sharing specialist knowledge on property flood resilience and Thames Water Drainage Strategy Plans. http://ow.ly/i/sE9BL
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Congratulations to MWH technician Chris Dixon who was recently awarded the title of ‘New Professional of the Year’ at the Generation 4 Change (G4C) Awards, Yorkshire & Humber region. Chris volunteers his time as a STEM and ICE ambassador and is due to complete his HND Civil Engineering in the coming months. Congratulations Chris!
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‘Hydrogeology is a very broad field and often provides a critical contribution for many other aspects of a project’. MWH Principal Hydrogeologist Mark Mulcahy shares his career highlights and offers valuable advice for people embarking on a career in sustainable hydrogeology. http://ow.ly/gnkp308NYis
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