Los Angeles International Airport


Los Angeles International Airport RS&H provided planning and design services to LAWA for a new taxiway to accommodate unimpeded flow between the North and South Airfields at LAX. The new taxiway also extends Taxiway D on the north side of the project for a future parallel taxiway extension. Design services included demolition of five buildings [...]

Philadelphia International Airport


Philadelphia International Airport As part of a team of consultants, RS&H provided design services for the Stage 1 Airfield Development Project of the Capacity Enhancement Program for Philadelphia International Airport, a large-hub airport that plays a major role in the national air transportation network. RS&H completed civil and electrical engineering design services for the [...]

John Glenn Columbus International Airport


John Glenn Columbus International Airport RS&H provided planning, design, and construction administration services for a Terminal Apron Asphalt and Taxiway E Rehabilitation project at John Glenn Columbus Airport. The primary project goal was to extend the life of the pavements adjacent to the existing terminal gate areas until the planned new replacement terminal is in [...]

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport


Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Terminal Apron RS&H was selected as the lead civil engineer on a team of consultants for the airfield portion of a 10-gate Terminal Expansion Program to meet the need for additional gate capacity. As part of the preliminary project planning, RS&H analyzed the existing taxiways, taxilanes, and apron areas to determine [...]

Newport News Williamsburg Airport


Newport News Williamsburg Airport Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport provides commercial service and general aviation facilities for the Eastern Virginia communities of Newport News, Williamsburg and Hampton Roads. RS&H renovated and modernized the 25-year-old concourse B at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport. Project elements included HVAC upgrades, interior and apron lighting replacement, public address, access control, [...]

Jorge Chavez International Airport


Jorge Chavez International Airport Lima Airport Partners, SRL (LAP) a consortium led by the internationally recognized airport operator Fraport, AG., was awarded the concession contract to manage and develop the Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima, Peru. RS&H was retained by LAP to provide on-call architecture, engineering and planning services to aid in the [...]

Albany International Airport


Albany International Airport Albany International Airport serves the capital city of New York state and its surrounding capital district communities. The architectural design is inspired by the areas rich heritage, while looking to the future through a series of sequential experiences as the traveler flows through the terminal. Its vaulted entry vestibules and oculus [...]

Kalamazoo International Airport


Kalamazoo International Airport Kalamazoo International Airport serves the communities of Southwestern Michigan. RS&H provided design and construction services for multiple projects at the airport, including a new passenger terminal complex. The 90,000-square-foot facility has significant expansion capability enabling it to serve the community well into the future. In addition to the new terminal, a [...]

Great Falls International Airport


Great Falls International Airport Great Falls International Airport is a primary, non-hub, commercial service airport for the City of Great Falls and the north-central Montana region. RS&H, through a collaborative process with Airport staff, the Airport Authority, TSA, and FAA, proposed an area increase of approximately 20,000 square feet to the 138,000-square-foot existing terminal. [...]

Austin Bergstrom Airport


Austin Bergstrom Airport RS&H provided three concepts to the City of Austin, Department of Aviation for a new Austin-Inspired bus shelter. The concept inspirations were driven by the Austin culture of "Keep Austin Weird," the "Live Music Capital," and Congress Bridge bats. Ultimately, the "Guitar" concept was chosen by the Department of Aviation for [...]

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