Colorado Springs Airport


Colorado Springs Airport RS&H was selected by the City of Colorado Springs to provide design and construction phase services for the Airfield Lighting Control and Monitoring System in 2008, then selected to provide on-call engineering services in 2009, 2014, and again in 2018, which included design, bid and construction phase services. Projects included runway [...]

I-25/Cimarron Street (US 24) Interchange Design-Build


I-25/Cimarron Street (US 24) Interchange Design-Build RS&H served as engineering design lead to Kraemer North America for the I-25/Cimarron (US 24) Interchange, the second largest highway construction project in the Pikes Peak region. The complicated reconstruction, which consisted of converting the interchange to a Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI), included realignment of [...]

I-95 Widening Stormwater Management


I-95 Widening Stormwater Management and Spruce Creek Hydrodynamic Model Stormwater Management and Drainage Design RS&H is providing design services to widen I-95 from SR 44 to I-4 by adding fifth and sixth lanes within the existing median. The existing pavement will be milled and resurfaced, and the interchange at SR 421 will be reconstructed. The [...]

Orlando Floodplains Study


Orlando Floodplains Study RS&H is providing floodplain analysis and mapping services as part of a Continuing Stormwater and Engineering Design Contract with the City of Orlando, Florida. The primary objective is to convert areas with approximate flood zones and no Base Flood Elevations (Zone A) to detailed flood zones with established Base Flood Elevations [...]

I-75 Widening Bridge Hydraulics


I-75 Widening Bridge Hydraulics RS&H provided final design services to widen approximately ten miles of I-75 from north of River Road (CR 777) to north of SR 681 in Sarasota County, Florida. The four-lane, divided configuration was widened to six lanes with drainage facilities capable of accommodating the ultimate eight-lane corridor. As part of [...]

I-595 Corridor Improvements


I-595 Corridor Improvements The I-595 Corridor Improvements project in South Florida is one of the largest public-private partnerships (P3) in the U.S. The $1.8 billion in improvements to widen and expand the 10.5-mile corridor include the addition of auxiliary lanes, bypass and braided ramps, collector-distributor roadways, and a tolled reversible express lanes system. Serving [...]

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