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Today’s Organizations Require Situational Leaders

RS&H leaders frequently visit offices across the nation, encouraging open dialogue and transparency.

When you think of leaders who have left lasting impressions on you, who do you think of and why? Maybe some of those memories are positive and others negative. Regardless, we often look to those having leadership authority to both inspire within us a shared vision and model a way forward.

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IT Manager Propels Infrastructure to the Next Level

What does it take to help a national company with geographical hindrances collaborate better? As it turns out, a handful of major infrastructure projects led by a determined manager in a mere 20 months.

Taking a deep dive into new technology, RS&H Manager of Information Technology Infrastructure and Operations Jeff Daigle, working with his team, identified several technological enhancements to propel the firm’s collaboration to the next level.

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Teaching, Mentoring Young Women about Civil Engineering

Contract Support Specialist Jill Clarke in RS&H’s Marathon, Florida, office spoke to a group of high school students last month about civil engineering at Spanish River High School in Boca Raton, Florida. She created an hour-long presentation for the Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship Program, Inc. (WOT).

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Dave Alberts Combines Passion for Aviation, People

Sitting in our Jacksonville, Florida, office as our Aviation Southeast Region Environmental Service Group Leader, Dave Alberts spends his days analyzing airports and other facilities to ensure they are meeting environmental regulations and standards. For seven years, Dave has dedicated himself to balancing client needs with protecting the environment – combining his passion for aviation and people along the way.

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In Florida Keys, RS&H Gives One-of-a-Kind Charity Golf Tournament a Swing

Across the country, non-profit organizations and charities host golf tournaments as fundraisers, inviting golfers from business communities of all sizes to play 18 holes for a good cause.

Such is the case for the Conch Scramble on Islamorada in the Florida Keys, but this golf tournament is like no other. Last month at the tournament, golf carts were replaced by boats, golf balls were made of compressed fish food, and every green was an island.

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