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Section 404 and You Commonly Asked Questions

I have a bit of an odd job description.  I am a consultant in the mitigation banking industry.  I represent sponsors, permittees, and landowners, and I not only oversee mitigation banks cradle to grave, but also engage in permittee responsible mitigation (PRM) as well.

All this is to say, my cousins are thoroughly glassy-eyed and confused when I tell them what I do for a living at Christmas.  The reality is most of the public at large is uninformed about the Clean Water Act, what it does, and what it doesn’t do.  We hear politicians and lobbyists talk about how we have to repeal it, reinforce it, or redefine it, and yet Vegas odds are they don’t really understand what it is they are proposing to do.

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New Terminal Inspires Fresh Identity for Airport

Feeding a Stronger Tomorrow with FNEFL

RS&H associates recently volunteered their time to sort food at the distribution center for Feeding Northeast Florida, a Jacksonville food bank. Food sorters play a critical role in ensuring quality and safety of food items prior to leaving the facility. Donations can include anything from pantry items to fresh produce.

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City of Houston Prepares for Community Growth

The city of Houston’s Spring Branch community excitedly welcomed the groundbreaking of Gessner Road this January. The project will entail a long-awaited enhancement of the section of the road between Long Point and Neuens, which has now become dilapidated.

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Ken Ibold discusses FAA rollout of SMS in ‘Airport Business’

Ken Ibold

Nearly 300 airports across the country will soon face implementing a Safety Management System (SMS) – an FAA-backed, top-down, organization-wide approach to managing safety risk and assuring the effectiveness of safety risk controls.

In the latest issue of Airport Business, RS&H SMS discipline lead Ken Ibold discusses the latest details of FAA’s roll-out of SMS.

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