Stantec Inc.

$34.04 Outperform
Target: C$ 79.00
Trade Date-
Last Trade34.04
Change+0.04 - +0.12%
52-week Range30.635 - 38.135
Market Cap3.194B
Dividend Yield1.06
P/E Ratio19.54
Stantec, founded in 1954, provides professional consulting services in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics for infrastructure and facilities projects. They support public and private sector clients in a diverse range of markets, at every stage, from initial concept and financial feasibility to project completion and beyond.
ADD Inc of Boston to be acquired by Canada's Stantec
Boston Business Journal - Aug 13, 2014
“We have always put collaboration, innovation and client service at the center of our design philosophy and practice,” said Fred Kramer, president of ADD Inc, in a statement. “Joining with such a diverse, multidisciplinary company as Stantec affords us ...
Boston architecture firm ADD Inc. set to be acquired by Canadian giant - Boston Globe
ADD Inc Signs Letter of Intent to merge with Stantec - Marketwired (press release)
Can Stantec Inc. Engineer a Brighter Future?
Motley Fool - Apr 1, 2014
The U.S. market for engineering, architecture, and construction services is huge -- in excess of $90 billion annually. But with 50,000 firms of all sizes challenging for a piece of the pie, competition is fierce.
Can Stantec Inc. Maintain Its Impressive First-Quarter Momentum?
Motley Fool - May 22, 2014
Stantec (NYSE: STN ) , the Canadian-based provider of planning, engineering, architecture and project management services released first-quarter results late last week, and looks to be firing on "all cylinders".
Are the Strengths of Stantec Inc. a Sign of Good Times Ahead?
Motley Fool - Mar 3, 2014
With 13,000 employees in over 200 locations in North America plus a handful of international offices, Stantec (NYSE: STN ) is one of the largest and most successful design firms.
Should Stantec Inc.'s Weaknesses Concern You?
Motley Fool - Mar 22, 2014
In the second of a four part series examining Stantec's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, or SWOT, we take a close look at the company's weaknesses.
Stantec Inc.: Stantec announces third quarter 2014 results and dividend
The Wall Street Transcript - Nov 6, 2014
Stantec's gross revenue grew organically by 5.9% in the quarter and 5.1% year to date. The Company's positive growth in the quarter is a result of increased activity in its Power, Transportation, Water, and Community Development sectors and its ...
Stantec Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend of $0.16 (STN) - sleekmoney
Merger of Architecture Firms Could Have 'Significant Impact' on Boston's ...
BostInno (blog) - Aug 14, 2014
The deal, which is expected to close in September, could make ADD Inc the catalyst for Stantec's plans to bolster its buildings business line in the eastern United States.
Stantec to Buy ADD to Leverage Building Demand on East Coast -
Edmonton's Stantec to buy Dessau to expand in Quebec
Financial Post - Sep 24, 2014
Alberta design consultancy Stantec Inc. has proved them right, announcing a deal Wednesday to buy the Canadian operations of troubled Montreal engineering company Dessau as the sector continues to consolidate globally.
Alberta's Stantec snaps up Dessau's Canadian operations - Montreal Gazette
Stantec to expand Quebec presence with Dessau acquisition -
Stantec signs letter of intent to acquire USKH Inc.
MarketWatch - May 7, 2014
North American design firm Stantec will grow its presence in the Alaskan and Pacific Northwest markets by acquiring USKH Inc.. Headquartered in Anchorage, AK, USKH is a 130-person multidiscipline design firm founded in 1972, with offices in Alaska, ...
Stantec signs letter of intent to acquire JBR Environmental Consultants, Inc.
MarketWatch - Apr 23, 2014
North American design firm Stantec will bolster its growing environmental service presence and capabilities across the western United States by acquiring JBR Environmental Consultants.
Stantec to acquire Salt Lake City-based environmental consulting firm - Edmonton Journal (blog)