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RS&H Participates in eVolo Skyscraper Competition

A team of RS&H architects from across the country put their minds and talents together to create a new skyscraper concept for the eVolo Magazine Skyscraper Competition.

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Blue Carbon and Sequestration

Purposeful, anthropogenic carbon sequestration is a fairly recent endeavor to mitigate carbon releases from industrial processes. The theory is that, by actively removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, the effects of manmade climate change can be reduced.

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Lengel Leads New RS&H Aviation Services

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.

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Community-minded I-95/I-10 Interchange Project Wins FICE Award

Interstates 95 and 10 are two of the longest highways in the U.S., stretching over 4,000 miles. As expansive as they are, the 3-mile corridor where they intersect in Jacksonville presents cramped, sometimes chaotic, challenges.

When the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) set out to update the I-10/I-95 interchange and surrounding 3-mile stretch, the motorists scattering in all directions through a series of ramps weren’t the only stakeholders to keep in mind. The residents from the urban corridor around the project needed top-of-mind attention, too.

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RS&H-engineered Veterans Memorial Bridge featured in FES Journal

Completed in 2016, the Veterans Memorial Bridge project in Martin County, Fla., earned the Transportation National Award of Excellence given by Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA). RS&H served as engineer with design-builder Archer Western. Now, the project continues to make headlines.

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