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RS&H Designs SR 417/Florida Turnpike Interchange

RS&H’s Jesse Forst and Renato Gonzalez recently spoke with the Orlando Business Journal about how they landed a design contract with the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority for an interchange. The two-phase construction project broke ground in September and will provide an essential connection between SR 417 and Florida’s Turnpike in Central Florida.

In this short video, our associates explain how RS&H was able to rise above the three competing firms, the materials being used for the project, and how the firm celebrated the new contract.


David Full Comments on Environmental Impacts for Hangar Project

In a recent article published by the Los Angeles Business Journal, RS&H’s David Full was cited regarding a new hangar project at the San Fernando Valley airfield. The Van Nuys Airport Citizens Advisory Council voted to recommend acceptance of the report that stated the proposed three hangars would not cause any environmental impacts.

According to Full, the hangars would be used for aircraft that Clay Lacy Aviation currently keeps on land it subleases from Syncro Aviation Interiors Inc. and would improve the efficiency of Clay Lacy’s operations.

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Roads & Bridges Explains Process, Details of I-95 Overland Bridge

The I-95 Overland Bridge in Jacksonville, Florida, was on the structurally deficient list and was in dire need of expansion to continue to serve as one of the most important corridors in the city. Roads & Bridges recently published an article covering several aspects of this project, which is currently under construction, including the unique bidding process, initial concepts and plans, and details of the renovations.

RS&H is serving as the prime design consultant for this project, which is Northeast Florida’s most significant and largest design-build project. The project will add capacity, increase mobility, and improve safety along 2.56 miles of the city’s most heavily traveled section of I-95, which also serves as a main hurricane evacuation route.

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Spaceport Houston to Receive License for Horizontal Launches

According to a recent article in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) publication, Mechanical Engineering, Ellington Airport in Texas will be reborn as Spaceport Houston in the next few years. The article explains that while analyzing what type of launch vehicles the spaceport can accommodate is a priority, an even larger initiative for achieving spaceport status and launching vehicles is licensing.

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Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport Recognized for Resurfacing Project

On February 5, 2014, the Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport in Northwest Florida was recognized by the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) with a 2013 Quality in Construction Award for excellence in construction of an asphalt pavement. The award was presented to the contractor, C.W. Roberts Contracting Inc. of Freeport, Florida, at a ceremony during the association’s 59th Annual Meeting in Boca Raton, Florida.

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