“There is a rich pool of multi-disciplinary creativity at Stantec. Bringing our practitioners more closely together will allow us to tap into that synergy to deliver even more complex, forward-thinking projects for our clients and our community,” said James Gray, Senior Principal at Stantec.
The Boston move also reflects Stantec’s post-COVID Flexible Workplace Strategy. The firm expects that a portion of practitioners will work in the office full-time, with a larger percentage working a hybrid schedule — allowing more space to be dedicated to creative and collaborative workflows. Additionally, the move supports Stantec’s global commitment to improving sustainability and reducing its carbon footprint.
“Charting new frontiers in hybrid collaboration is at the top of our minds, which is why we are integrating many resources to understand the future of work and collaboration not only for ourselves, but our clients as well,” said Colleen Arria, Principal and Workplace Design Leader at Stantec.
Stantec brings decades of experience supporting a range of markets in the Greater Boston area. Across the region, the multi-disciplinary team plans, designs, and engineers public infrastructure, landscapes, urban spaces, buildings, and interiors for a range of community needs and experiences.