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RS&H Designs Deluxe Doghouse for Sustainability Competition

From frenzied airport travelers to hospital patients, RS&H architects design buildings with the user experience in mind.

For members of the RS&H Denver office, their latest project was designed for the likings of an easy going, 86-pound Labrador retriever named Pesto.

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RS&H Taps Robbie as Firm’s National Design Director

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Philip Robbie’s career as an architect has been a journey, taking him from his native Cleveland, Ohio, across the U.S. and into Canada. From co-owning a firm to working for some of the largest architecture agencies in the world, Robbie channels a vast expanse of experience.

RS&H, one of the nation’s leading architecture and engineering firms, has named Robbie its National Design Director.

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RS&H-designed GuideWell Innovation Center Earns IIDA Award

The GuideWell Innovation Center in Central Florida is a facility of firsts.

It lives in one of the first buildings in Lake Nona Medical City in Orlando. Representing the innovation interests of the community, it is one of the first facilities of its kind, serving as the epicenter for the development of new health solutions.

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Mayo Clinic Opens Doors to Academy of Architecture for Health

As the Jacksonville chapter of the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) approaches its one-year anniversary in June, it seems only fitting that its most recent meeting at the Mayo Clinic J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center also be its most successful.

Using RS&H’s working relationship with the Mayo Clinic’s Campus Planning & Design group, Michael Compton, AIA, founding chair of the Jacksonville AAH, facilitated the educational tour for several AAH members and clinicians from across our region.

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New Pensacola YMCA spurs downtown revitalization, earns architecture award

“Any community that has a strong Y is a stronger community,” said Bill Seedes, executive director of the Bear Levin Studer YMCA in Pensacola, Fla.

A bold statement, but one that proves more accurate each day since the new downtown Pensacola Bear Levin Studer Family YMCA opened its doors. The $16 million, 52,000-square-foot building was recently honored by the American Institute of Architecture Northwest Florida Chapter with a Merit Award of Excellence for New Work.

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