After much anticipation, Lynchburg Regional Airport’s new air traffic control tower (ATCT) is officially completed. As the many onlookers in attendance for the dedication ceremony gave their support, airport employees were most excited as they get to see this safer, more modern structure be put to use.Continue Reading →
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.
A self-described “doer,” when Shirley Dimon, CPSM saw there was a need for a President-Elect for the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) Tampa Bay Chapter, she seized the opportunity.
Dimon accepted the president elect position in April of this year. She and 23 other board members met Friday, Aug. 18, to kick off the new fiscal year before her one-year term officially begins Sept. 1.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Philip Robbie’s career as an architect has been a journey, taking him from his native Cleveland, Ohio, across the U.S. and into Canada. From co-owning a firm to working for some of the largest architecture agencies in the world, Robbie channels a vast expanse of experience.
RS&H, one of the nation’s leading architecture and engineering firms, has named Robbie its National Design Director.
Two RS&H design-build transportation projects have earned National Awards of Merit from the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA).
These two projects – the Sisters Creek Bridge replacement in Jacksonville, Fla., and the Rogersville Project Freeway in Greene and Webster Counties in Missouri – are now eligible to win DBIA’s Project of the Year and Excellence Awards, which will be announced in November.