In a span of ten years, the population increase in Rogersville, Missouri, has outpaced the national average by 95 percent. With a population that has doubled, the need for infrastructure improvements is critical. For a long time, US 60, a major expressway that runs between Rogersville and Springfield, served travelers and local motorists in southern Missouri with signalization controlling traffic flow. Over time, however, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has recognized the need to lessen the stop-and-go and enhance safety. When the agency decided to convert the arterial into an access-controlled freeway to improve mobility and safety, the Radmacher Brothers/RS&H team had the right solution.
Senior Engineer Hugh Ronald was recently published in Aspire, a quarterly magazine published by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) in cooperation with the associations of the National Concrete Bridge Council.
RS&H Vice President and Healthcare Leader Michael Vascellaro was featured in recent article in Healthcare Design, titled “Spaces That Bring Medical Research Into Clinical Practice.” As the primary source and subject matter expert for the article, Vascellaro addressed the trends in “translational medicine,” in which research and clinical application are brought closer together.
American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) recently published a report, ‘Economy Driven,’ detailing the top innovations for US Transportation in 2015. RS&H had a role in two of the three Florida projects that were recognized. The I-4 Ultimate Corridor Improvements project was touted as the largest infrastructure project in state history. RS&H is serving as owners representative on the massive $2 billion public-private partnership project. The report also mentions the Mathews Bridge Emergency Repairs project, which RS&H served as the lead design consultant. Read the full report here.
In April, RS&H was honored at the 2015 Best of the Best Forum Design Awards Competition in the large corporate category. The competition was hosted by the International Interior Design Association (IIDA). We received the best design award for our work on the Pinnacle Building Interior Renovation in Atlanta, Georgia.