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The Sawgrass Expressway opened in 1988 but fell three miles short of I-95, forcing vehicles destined for I-95 to utilize the local road networks, including SW 10th Street. Since the original studies, several unsuccessful attempts were made throughout the decades to make this three-mile connection.
RS&H partnered with FDOT on the A1A project which included replacing five bridges in Jacksonville Beach and Neptune Beach in addition to widening/improving the outfall channel serving these communities.
These rest areas involve new construction of buildings, outbuildings, picnic pavilions, and concrete pavement to provide increased vehicular and heavy truck parking capacities.
Growth in Cedar Park, Leander, and Liberty Hill have led to increased traffic volume along US 183. This improvement project will extend the toll road 6.6 miles north in Williamson County to accommodate future traffic volumes and reduce anticipated traffic congestion.
The airport tasked the RS&H-led design team to develop a plan that provided flexibility for simultaneous deicing of five Group V (Airbus A350) or ten Group III (Boeing 737) aircraft, maximizing the airport’s operational capacity during winter months.
RS&H led the design to deliver a unique building informed by the natural context, rich history, and culture of all the people who settled in the Lafayette area. Extensive research for the project included visiting museums and cultural centers and interviewing community leaders to inform the development of architectural design concepts.
RS&H led design for the renovation of Concourse D and the existing U.S. Customs Federal Inspection Services (FIS) facility and public area finishes, allowing the Airport to improve operational efficiency and enhance the level of service for passengers.
When the Gallatin Airport Authority launched a multi-phased, multi-year terminal development program at BZN, their desire was to create an architecture that is reflective of the real Montana.
RS&H was part of the consultant team that developed and analyzed alternatives for the Grand Avenue Bridge replacement. RS&H provided project management, bridge and structural design, roadway alternatives, hydrology, traffic, environmental assessment, and post-design services.
RS&H provided design services for the rehabilitation of 11 miles of Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88), a 40-year-old roadway that plays a critical role within the local, regional, and statewide transportation system.
RS&H is trailblazing a new path for Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and the rest of the country with a first of its kind interstate commercial vehicle lanes (CVLs) project.
RS&H serves as the owner’s representative for the P3 Program, which is a part of Governor Larry Hogan’s $11 billion Traffic Relief Plan.