Outside these walls, those skills can be a little harder to come by, which is why Pourch volunteers his time and talents to help so many people and organizations in Jacksonville. From constructing decorations for events at the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art to designing and helping construct a new community garden in the city’s Riverside-Avondale neighborhoods, Pourch’s fingerprints are all over the First Coast.
For those with limited mobility, leaving the house can be a major to-do. Often, getting out the door can mean climbing up and down a number of stairs, and for disabled or elderly individuals, a set of stairs can be a brick wall.
Amy Lynne Bowes knew she wanted to help abandoned and neglected pets. She always loved animals and wanted to help homeless pets in her community.
Our Atlanta office associates along with a few family members volunteered their time at the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB). The RS&H group, along with 25 other people, sorted over 13,000 pounds of food which provided 8,700 meals in the Atlanta area.
It would only make sense that RS&H Transportation Planning Group Leader Rick Mobley is passionate about both engineering and barbecue. Both fields require precision, intensive study and, ultimately, the chase for perfection.
Perfection is where the two practices differ. Engineering projects can hit that mark, proven through mathematical equations that can be confirmed again and again.
Barbecue is a different story.