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Kim Holland wins Jacksonville Women of Influence Award

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.

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RS&H-Designed San Luis Obispo Airport Terminal wins ENR Award

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.

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Nicole Jeffers wins 2018 Young Professional of the Year Award

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.

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CJ Youmans Selected for 2018 Project Manager of the Year Award

Brian Nazarian wins R. Ray Goode Community Service Award

Each month, Brian Nazarian and his son, Wolfgang, load their utility trailer with tools and materials and head out to rendezvous with their team of volunteers in San Antonio, Texas. The retired Air Force civil engineer and current RS&H associate wants to instill in his son the values of integrity, service and excellence that he embodied while in the military – and which he sees reinforced every day at RS&H.

“He’s only 11 years old, and he’s received the citizenship award through his school,” said Brian. “He understands the value in doing good for the sake of doing good.”

On June 18, Brian received a citizenship accolade of his own, as the recipient of RS&H’s R. Ray Goode Community Service Award. This year, Brian has constructed more than a dozen wheelchair ramps, allowing disabled people to gain access to their homes. He has also donated blood – a particularly important act, as Brian’s blood type and antibody levels let him donate blood to all blood types in whole blood transfusions.

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