Sitting in our Jacksonville, Florida, office as our Aviation Southeast Region Environmental Service Group Leader, Dave Alberts spends his days analyzing airports and other facilities to ensure they are meeting environmental regulations and standards. For seven years, Dave has dedicated himself to balancing client needs with protecting the environment – combining his passion for aviation and people along the way.
When Jeff Smith walked into the Orlando office on his first day at RS&H, he envisioned creating a team and redesigning some office space to create a dynamic architectural healthcare studio to be able to support and solve local clients’ biggest challenges.
Starting as a one man show, his talent and passion has attracted others to want to work on his team. Only two years later, the senior architect now has a team of three other architects and an interior designer, with two more potential openings this year to continue work in his thriving studio.
On Monday, RS&H associates presented their custom, wheelchair-fitting costumes to five children of the Independent Living Resource Center for Halloween. The story was picked up by NBC News and featured on the Halloween edition of MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle.
On Tuesday, trick-or-treaters across the country will go door to door in their Halloween best, collecting candies and snacks from neighbors.
For five children in Northeast Florida, their costumes may earn them a few extra treats.
RS&H has been heavily involved with the First Coast Expressway in Northeast Florida, and the job is crossing over into other facets of office life.
Such is the case when RS&H Water Resources Associate Oliver Shahbazian and a team of coworkers got together to build a miniature golf hole for “Build-Putt-Give,” a charity food drive hosted by Jacksonville engineering firm Peters & Yaffee. The event challenges area engineering firms to build a mini-golf course using nonperishable food products and their imagination.