RS&H associates helped lead the largest ever Airport Planning, Design and Construction Symposium held in February in Denver.
Sitting on a plateau in the middle of the Rocky Mountains, Telluride Regional Airport serves as a bucolic welcome for jetsetters and general aviators flying to and from the popular ski and hiking town in Southwestern Colorado.
Now, the airport’s terminal offers its guests a chance to take in the mountain views around them in a general aviation lounge that feels more ski chalet than staging area. Telluride Regional Airport celebrated the grand opening of the new, RS&H-designed lounge in late December.
Working out of RS&H’s San Francisco office, Joey Gale is not far away from ground zero for autonomous vehicle research in the U.S. As an environmental specialist for the Aviation Practice, Gale sees a future where autonomous vehicles aren’t only found on our nation’s roads; they also make a lot of sense for some airport operations.
RS&H, one of the leading architecture, engineering and consulting firms in the nation, has hired Roddy Boggus as its Buildings Service Group Leader for the firm’s Aviation Practice.
At the base of one of the highest summits in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs Airport can be victim of volatile weather. Storms and freezing temperatures are not unusual.
For the RS&H team that worked on the recent rehabilitation of the airport’s terminal apron, nearby Pikes Peak was just one contender to overcome to successfully complete the project.
Overcoming weather delays, complex phasing and a stringent schedule were all the more reason the restoration project was recently recognized with an American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) 2017 Excellence in Concrete Pavement Award by the Colorado-Wyoming chapter.