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RS&H worked within a collaborative design-build team to design a 96,000-square-foot physical sciences energy research laboratory, that will share technologies and diverse research to collaborate on some of the most complex energy challenges facing the global human community.
As the airport's prime design consultant, RS&H identified innovative solutions that minimized impacts so that the airport could continue to provide a world-class travel experience for its passengers.
Projects at Colorado Springs Airport included runway rehabilitations, apron rehabilitation, taxiway reconstructions, landside improvements, planning studies, and owner representation.
RS&H provided planning, design, and construction administration services for a Terminal Apron Asphalt and Taxiway E Rehabilitation project at John Glenn Columbus Airport.
This innovative and cost-effective design-build project comprised the design and construction of 6.1 miles of roadway, including a limited access toll road and a non-tolled local road in Lake and Seminole Counties, Florida.
This project consists of the design and construction of a new Fourth Parallel Runway (New Runway 1x-19x) and two End-Around Taxiways (EATS).
RS&H provides on-call planning and consulting services to assist the airport management at King County International Airport-Boeing Field.
RS&H has been an integral part of the airport’s development since 2009, leading significant projects ranging from terminal and apron expansions to new taxiways and landside enhancements, contributing to its position as one of the fastest-growing airports in the United States.
Through a collaborative effort, this space was designed with care and thoughtful attention to tell the story of strength, hope, and love. The bell wall was one such element used to infuse hope into the space. The bell wall represents a significant moment in a patient’s journey through cancer treatment.
RS&H worked with Orlando Health to create a design for a ground-up Outpatient Surgery Center (OSC) in Clermont, Florida. The single-story, 28,000-square-foot building is located immediately behind the hospital and is the first OSC project in the state of Florida reviewed by AHCA.
RS&H was tasked by environmental agencies to design the ends of the bridge to minimize impacts to coastal wetlands in order for the project to be permitted. We had the challenge of designing bridge bent locations to avoid a submerged aquatic vegetation area under part of the bridge.
The interim project will add three new ramps connecting I-4 to Daryl Carter Parkway, including exit ramps from both directions of I-4 to Daryl Carter Parkway and an entrance ramp to eastbound I-4.