After much anticipation, Lynchburg Regional Airport’s new air traffic control tower (ATCT) is officially completed. As the many onlookers in attendance for the dedication ceremony gave their support, airport employees were most excited as they get to see this safer, more modern structure be put to use.Continue Reading →
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.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has made runway incursion mitigation a focal point over the past few years, aiming to reduce airfield risk factors that could ultimately lead to collisions between aircraft.
At Juneau International Airport outside the capital city of Alaska, an RS&H runway incursion mitigation (RIM) study showed that 50 runway incursions had occurred since 2004. The culprit appeared to be taxiways that did not meet current FAA design standards.
RS&H has a new aviation service group and a new leader to run it.
The new Environmental Stewardship and Resiliency Service Group will build on the existing consulting services RS&H provides, including its aviation planning and environmental planning services. The new service group will focus on aviation-specific environmental compliance and sustainability issues facing the nation’s airports today.
New RS&H Vice President John Lengel will lead the group.
Staying up-to-date with all the moving parts of mechanical engineering is no easy feat. In such a diverse field, it requires a passion for learning to be looked to as an expert.
It is no coincidence that RS&H’s Professional Practitioner of the Year, Keith Nix, PE, LEED AP+, has a voracious appetite for knowledge.