RS&H associates helped lead the largest ever Airport Planning, Design and Construction Symposium held in February in Denver.
RS&H has earned an award from the Utah Chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) for its Delta ramp reconstruction project at Salt Lake City International Airport.
The 30,000-square-yard project that connects Delta Air Lines’ massive maintenance hangar to the airfield received the award in the Commercial Service Airport category.
RS&H Vice President Jim Avitabile has been a big part of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) in his home state of Florida. As region president, he helped expand DBIA membership, diversified initiatives and implemented a successful awards program that made the region financially sustainable.
It only make sense that Avitabile is being recognized on the national DBIA stage. Avitabile will receive a 2018 Transportation Leadership Award at the Design-Build Transportation Conference in March. It’s a conference that Avitabile has seen double in size since he became involved with DBIA.
Sitting on a plateau in the middle of the Rocky Mountains, Telluride Regional Airport serves as a bucolic welcome for jetsetters and general aviators flying to and from the popular ski and hiking town in Southwestern Colorado.
Now, the airport’s terminal offers its guests a chance to take in the mountain views around them in a general aviation lounge that feels more ski chalet than staging area. Telluride Regional Airport celebrated the grand opening of the new, RS&H-designed lounge in late December.
Working out of RS&H’s San Francisco office, Joey Gale is not far away from ground zero for autonomous vehicle research in the U.S. As an environmental specialist for the Aviation Practice, Gale sees a future where autonomous vehicles aren’t only found on our nation’s roads; they also make a lot of sense for some airport operations.