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RS&H’s Mike Davis Examines a Future with CAVs in FES Journal

Connected and autonomous vehicle technology will ultimately reshape our entire transportation industry, writes RS&H Vice President and Tolls Service Group Leader Mike Davis in the latest issue of Florida Engineering Society Journal. You can read the entire story by clicking the link below:

The Stepping Stones to a Future of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

Virtual Reality’s Past, Present, & Best Part

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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Avitabile Earns DBIA Transportation Leadership Award

RS&H Vice President Jim Avitabile has been a big part of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) in his home state of Florida. As region president, he helped expand DBIA membership, diversified initiatives and implemented a successful awards program that made the region financially sustainable.

It only make sense that Avitabile is being recognized on the national DBIA stage. Avitabile will receive a 2018 Transportation Leadership Award at the Design-Build Transportation Conference in March. It’s a conference that Avitabile has seen double in size since he became involved with DBIA.

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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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