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San Antonio International Terminal Receives Upgrades

Terminal A at San Antonio International Airport is currently being constructed and designed to bring the 31-year-old area out of its vintage days and up to 2014 standards. According to a recent article in Airport Improvement, RS&H Project Manager Pat Hargrove, who led the design and architectural planning for the renovation, said the mechanical systems had reached the end of their useful life, and aesthetically the terminal could not match up to the bright, shiny and new Terminal B.

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Kingsolver-Pierce Elementary School to Begin Construction

In a recent article published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, two contractors were chosen to build the Kingsolver-Pierce Elementary School at Fort Knox, Kentucky. RS&H is the architect for the project and designed the 115,000-square-foot facility that will replace and consolidate two older elementary schools and accommodate 635 students from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Construction will begin in June and is expected to be completed by November 2015.

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Veterans Memorial Bridge Selected for Innovation in Transportation Builder

The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) featured a section in its magazine, Transportation Builder, that displayed innovative transportation projects. The Veterans Memorial Bridge in Martin County, Florida, was selected as one of the top projects for this section in the magazine’s March/April 2014 issue.

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RS&H Continues 50-Year Legacy with NASA

RS&H designs have been integral to NASA’s missions since the 1960s, directly advancing the nation’s capabilities to reach space. Our history with Launch Pad 39B and the Mobile Launchers (MLs), two key facilities at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, have been at the forefront of shaping our legacy of serving NASA. This legacy continues to grow as we design groundbreaking projects that help advance our nation’s space exploration.

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Rainwater Harvesting Preserves Ft. Lauderdale Airport’s Landscape

Faced with increasing demands and costs for potable (safe to drink) water, as well as increased salinity in the shallow coastal aquifer, the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport was searching for an alternative to potable water irrigation for 30 acres of mature tropical landscape on its property. The area, known as the Greenbelt, has become a community recreation and exercise area since it was first established more than 20 years ago. To reduce its environmental footprint, the airport asked RS&H to evaluate alternative irrigation options for the landscape.

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