To accommodate expansion and growth of RS&H in the western United States, the company recently relocated its Denver, Colorado, office. To celebrate the new office, the company hosted an open house in October.
On a hot, muggy day in New Orleans, Louisiana, RS&H Senior Tolls Technology Specialist David Raines led a group of volunteers to landscape a newly-built neighborhood. Together, they would provide veterans suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with a beautiful, calming environment.
On Tuesday, trick-or-treaters across the country will go door to door in their Halloween best, collecting candies and snacks from neighbors.
For five children in Northeast Florida, their costumes may earn them a few extra treats.
RS&H associates regularly respond to coastlines and other areas when they are ravaged by hurricanes and other natural disasters.
Such was the case when Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas and Irma decimated Florida. Associates in RS&H’s Transportation Infrastructure and Transportation Construction Management Practices assessed and inspected hundreds of bridges and roads in Texas and Florida to ensure they were safe in the hours and days after these major hurricanes struck.
RS&H has been heavily involved with the First Coast Expressway in Northeast Florida, and the job is crossing over into other facets of office life.
Such is the case when RS&H Water Resources Associate Oliver Shahbazian and a team of coworkers got together to build a miniature golf hole for “Build-Putt-Give,” a charity food drive hosted by Jacksonville engineering firm Peters & Yaffee. The event challenges area engineering firms to build a mini-golf course using nonperishable food products and their imagination.