RS&H is currently providing inspection services to the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority for the US 183 South Bergstrom Expressway project. The $743 million project is approximately 50 percent complete.
RS&H CEO Dave Sweeney introduced the mission, purpose and procedures of the new RS&H Elevate Fund to RS&H associates at the firm’s semi-annual Town Hall meeting in June. A few weeks later at RS&H’s annual Officers Meeting in Austin, Texas, it was time to see the difference Elevate can make.
RS&H, one of the leading transportation engineering and construction management firms in the nation, has hired Steve Mackey, PE, as its Northern Virginia Transportation Leader and to run its Mid-Atlantic – North Bridge Group.
Sometimes, the dogs ride shotgun, holstered to the backseat, able to take in the views from 10,000 feet high. Other times, they rest in the cargo hold, as the 4-seat Cessna 172SP soars 160 miles an hour to places as far flung as Indiana, Louisiana or Rhode Island. But regardless of where they’re situated in the plane or where they’re going to on the ground, these pups are almost always flying toward a better future, thanks to non-profits like Pilots N Paws – and a dedicated RS&H associate.
On June 15, 2018, San Antonio held its first Vision Zero Summit, an all-day conference that brought more than 150 people together to learn about making Texas roadways safer for all users. RS&H was a sponsor of the sold-out event, where transportation industry experts from across the nation shared their expertise and discussed technological advances that may shape Texas’ transportation future. Among the speakers was Leah Shahum, the founder and executive director of the Vision Zero Network, and RS&H’s own Rick Mobley, who spoke on equity and ethics in Vision Zero cities.