Florida State College at Jacksonville recently opened the doors to its new 5,400-square-foot Culinary Arts and Hospitality facility at the downtown campus. While the space is new, the structure itself is no blank canvas. In fact, RS&H designed the facility from what was previously a welding lab.
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Earlier this year, Ecuador was devastated by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake. It was the strongest earthquake to strike the country in over 30 years. The effects were devastating, with more than 600 fatalities and thousands more injured. After the earthquake’s destruction of many buildings and shopping centers, necessary supplies became difficult to obtain and distribute. Less than two weeks after the disaster took place, RS&H Aviation associate Madeleine Ferrer saw an opportunity to help...
Every Christmas for 31 years now, children with severe and terminal illnesses have taken off on a Fantasy Flight for the destination every child wants to see around Christmas time: The North Pole.
State officials believe that Florida will welcome 6 million new residents in the next 15 to 20 years. How big of an impact is that? “When I was born, here in Florida, there weren’t 6 million people in the entire state,” RS&H Executive Vice President Joe Debs told a room full of state politicians [...]
The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) sets a high benchmark for recognizing sustainable projects across the country, so much so that only 19 projects have earned an ISI award. Now, you can add the Detroit Metropolitan Airport’s Runway and Associated Taxiways Reconstruction project to the list of winners. The RS&H-designed project earned ISI’s Silver [...]
The Veterans Memorial Bridge in Martin County is the first crossing over the Intracoastal Waterway successfully permitted and constructed in South Florida in more than 20 years. Despite challenges from the courtroom, the clock and members of the local community, the bridge stands today as a success.So much so that the project has earned the [...]
Thursday morning, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) was joined by Governor Rick Scott and a number of other state and local officials in breaking ground on Jacksonville’s bustling I-95/I-295 interchange. This interchange is a vital connection used to reach destinations like JIA, JAXPORT, and downtown Jacksonville, making the major upgrades to safety and mobility [...]
Caiden Whitmarsh, 6, Kasey Iles, 8, and Will Barkoskie, 9, lined their wheelchairs up in front of the RS&H Jacksonville office Thursday, Oct.27, each dressed up in their new costumes for Halloween, complete with wide eyes and wider smiles. Their costumes were about to get a lot more expansive. Caiden, already dressed like a [...]
The Florida Engineering Society magazine (FES) recently featured an article on Northeast Florida’s initiative to convert its public transportation using the clean fuel of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). The initiative was based on a P3 model developed by RS&H, in which a private developer designed, built and operated the CNG fueling infrastructure at minimal [...]