Working with cultural and historic sites can be a sensitive proposition. In a recent example, the federal government requested a temporary cessation of the Dakota Access oil pipeline that runs through the reservation of an American Indian tribe, the Standing Rock Sioux.Continue Reading →
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport is the gateway to California’s Central Coast. Replacing its undersized and outdated passenger terminal has been a long-term dream of the community. The new replacement was first master planned more than 20 years ago, but suffered from several false starts caused by the after effects of 9/11 and the economic downturn in 2008 and 2009. But through the airport’s determination and our team’s hard work, the terminal is now under construction – providing the community with the terminal they’ve always wanted.
The Florida Department of Transportation won the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Small Group Award for its pedestrian access improvements along the US 92 commercial corridor in Daytona Beach. The Project was Designed by RS&H. Officials presented the awards at the Southern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (SASHTO) conference in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
The awards are sponsored by the AASHTO officials, the AAA motor club and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. It recognizes the best transportation projects in three categories and sizes: Quality of Life/Community Development, Best Use of Innovation and Under Budget. The projects are grouped into three sizes: small for projects costing less than $25 million, medium for those between $26 million and $199 million, and large for those costing $200 million or more.
Recently, Roads & Bridges featured RS&H-designed Crosstown Parkway and how it is easing St. Lucie, Florida traffic congestion. RS&H Project Manager, Rachel Bach, PE, said one of the features of the parkway was the unique design of a “superstreet,” which allows an easier flow of traffic through its major intersection. The one-mile parkway is part of an eight-mile project including a new bridge over the South Fork of the St. Lucie River.
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Lisa Robert, EVP, recently appeared on a three-person panel Conference to address Jacksonville’s transportation’s issues hosted by the Commercial Real Estate Women of Jacksonville. Robert spoke to the “we are thinking about funding and financing our transportation needs.” The same panel also appeared on “First Coast Connect prior to the Conference.
View the Recap from Jacksonville.com
View the pre-interview with WJCT