With more and more agencies converting to All Electronic Tolling (AET) and new agencies electing to start as an AET program, these organizations are using more aggressive tools to recoup outstanding funds.
As RS&H’s Jacksonville Office Leader, Kim Holland, PE, has helped lead the firm’s Transportation-Infrastructure efforts in Northeast Florida and beyond. She has directed some of the most transformative transportation projects in the Jacksonville region.
For her leadership at RS&H and in the Jacksonville community, Holland earned a Women of Influence Award from the Jacksonville Business Journal. The annual awards celebrate local women in leadership roles who have made a difference in their communities, blazed a trail for others and are leaving their mark on the North Florida business community.
Four years, two new hires and dozens of videos later, Creative Team Leader Ron Sill still remembers his first meeting with Steve Scheiber – a telephone interview between the two.
“I told him my title, but I said, ‘I would describe myself as the chief storyteller at RS&H,’” said Ron. “And, Steve said, ‘Well, I want to work at RS&H because I am a storyteller, too.’”
That’s just how it’s always been with Steve; It’s always been about the story.”
The new San Luis Obispo County Airport Terminal has received a lot of positive reviews and industry awards since opening last fall.
In May, the terminal project planning team won the John L. Martin Partnered Project of the Year Award from the International Partnering Institute. Now, the RS&H-designed terminal has been recognized by ENR California as the best airport and transit project in Southern California.
The three associates who nominated Nicole Jeffers for the 2018 Young Professional of the Year award agree: she is a leader among her peers – conscientious, hard-working, upbeat and collaborative. Niki, who works in the Orlando, Fla., office, leads the office’s tolls design group, as part of its Transportation-Infrastructure Practice.