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RS&H Designs Deluxe Doghouse for Sustainability Competition

From frenzied airport travelers to hospital patients, RS&H architects design buildings with the user experience in mind.

For members of the RS&H Denver office, their latest project was designed for the likings of an easy going, 86-pound Labrador retriever named Pesto.

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The Road Ahead: How Connected Vehicle Technology Will Make Our Streets Safe

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been reminding us that the primary reason for deploying autonomous, connected vehicles (AV/CV) and connected automated vehicles (CAV) technology is to increase public safety. While system capacity, efficiency, reduced fuel consumption and increased sustainability are all secondary benefits, the federal agencies regulating the technology are predominately concerned with public safety and loss of life.

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Juneau Airport RIM Study Aims for Safer Operations

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has made runway incursion mitigation a focal point over the past few years, aiming to reduce airfield risk factors that could ultimately lead to collisions between aircraft.

At Juneau International Airport outside the capital city of Alaska, an RS&H runway incursion mitigation (RIM) study showed that 50 runway incursions had occurred since 2004. The culprit appeared to be taxiways that did not meet current FAA design standards.

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How VR improves the customer experience

There’s a big difference between looking at a picture and being in a picture.

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ARTBA Recognizes I-595 as P3 Project of the Year

Each year, the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) recognizes one project that exemplifies the value that public-private partnerships (P3) bring to U.S. transportation development. As a P3 between the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and I-595 Express, LLC, this year’s recipient was the I-595 Corridor Improvements project.

The I-595 Corridor Improvements constitute the largest single transportation project completed in Florida. This project is also the first availability payment concession in the United States and the first public-private partnership (P3) transportation project in Florida.

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