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.
Building on more than 50 years of work with America’s space program, RS&H has been re-selected by NASA for a third 5-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for architecture and engineering services at Johnson Space Center.
The total amount of contract authorizations to the three firms selected by NASA could add up to $24 million. Of the four previous contract design firms, RS&H is the only firm to be re-selected for the contract.
Following Hurricane Matthew’s descent through eastern North Carolina this past October, several major roadways in the Fayetteville area were closed. RS&H Construction Management Project Manager Benjamin Peterson and Area Engineer Michael Davis, PE, have been writing, executing and maintaining contracts to get the work complete.
The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is a discerning group when it comes to handing out accolades. In fact, SAME presents only three national awards to member companies each year.
RS&H has now earned a national award three years in a row.
“Any community that has a strong Y is a stronger community,” said Bill Seedes, executive director of the Bear Levin Studer YMCA in Pensacola, Fla.
A bold statement, but one that proves more accurate each day since the new downtown Pensacola Bear Levin Studer Family YMCA opened its doors. The $16 million, 52,000-square-foot building was recently honored by the American Institute of Architecture Northwest Florida Chapter with a Merit Award of Excellence for New Work.