Through fast-paced exacted movements, players are put to the test as opponents hustle to counter each swing of the paddle in a battle of agility and coordination. A group of 10 RS&H associates did just that as they played an intense, four-round tournament to find out who among them was Denver’s finest racquet slinger.
Preston Keefe recently participated in a very physically challenging event to help the Respiratory Health Association raise funds to help fight lunch disease.
RS&H proudly welcomes Dale Stubbs to the team as one of our newest Vice Presidents in Aviation.
Stubbs has designed dozens of runway and airfield projects across the country, eventually working on so many that he became, as he puts it, the “runway guy.” Needless to say, Stubbs brings with him a vast amount of experience and plenty of connections in the field.
“Dale is an outstanding engineer and we’re happy to be adding him to the RS&H Aviation team, said Senior Vice President Don Andrews.
As the Jacksonville chapter of the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) approaches its one-year anniversary in June, it seems only fitting that its most recent meeting at the Mayo Clinic J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center also be its most successful.
Using RS&H’s working relationship with the Mayo Clinic’s Campus Planning & Design group, Michael Compton, AIA, founding chair of the Jacksonville AAH, facilitated the educational tour for several AAH members and clinicians from across our region.
As a college graduate, landing your first job is a big to-do. There’s the hassle of filling out redundant application information for multiple companies, the exciting initial phone screenings, and (with any luck) a few in-person interviews.
But the path to a great first position is not traveled by the seat of one’s pants. So how do you ensure that you are hitting the mark when beginning your search?