There are a new set of regulatory guidelines regarding mitigation banking up for debate in Texas. In fact, public comments are due by Feb. 9 for the new U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Fort Worth District mitigation banking guidelines.Continue Reading →
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.
Building on more than 50 years of work with America’s space program, RS&H has been re-selected by NASA for a third 5-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for architecture and engineering services at Johnson Space Center.
The total amount of contract authorizations to the three firms selected by NASA could add up to $24 million. Of the four previous contract design firms, RS&H is the only firm to be re-selected for the contract.
It would only make sense that RS&H Transportation Planning Group Leader Rick Mobley is passionate about both engineering and barbecue. Both fields require precision, intensive study and, ultimately, the chase for perfection.
Perfection is where the two practices differ. Engineering projects can hit that mark, proven through mathematical equations that can be confirmed again and again.
Barbecue is a different story.
What was your favorite school field trip?
Maybe your class loaded up a school bus and visited a museum for the day. Or maybe it was a planned trip to a national park – or even a surprise visit to a theme park.
For engineering students at McNeil High School in Austin, Texas, their favorite field trip is fresh in their minds. Last week, Lisa Windolph’s class paid a visit to Austin-Bergrstrom International Airport and got an up-close look at three active RS&H projects.