For the last eight years, RS&H associates have helped children living with disabilities fulfill their wishes by engineering a magical Halloween experience, complete with custom costumes adapted to their wheelchairs.
At the end of the day, the work we do is for the benefit of our community, our most important client. For Jeremy Haywood, this thought is at the forefront of everything he does. While demonstrating pride and determination in his work, Jeremy goes above and beyond to serve his community as well.
For RS&H aviation manager Tom Slater, the added perspective of being a commercial instrument-rated pilot not only enhances his engineering decisions but also lends itself to embracing one of our company’s core values, being driven to care.
As part of RS&H’s culture of care, associates push the boundaries of care to amplify the collective potential of our world. Those boundaries extend beyond our projects, as we seek to benefit the communities we serve.
With the coastal city of Port St. Lucie, Florida rapidly growing to become the seventh-largest in the state, building an additional route to safely evacuate in the event of a hurricane was an increasingly critical concern for leaders and residents alike.
The RS&H Elevate Fund exists to support the missions of nonprofit organizations that are making a positive difference in the lives of people and the planet. Part of the fund goes towards supporting organizations nominated and selected by RS&H employees
Known to the RS&H design team as a once-in-lifetime project, work on the Arlington National Cemetery’s (ANC) Memorial Amphitheater serves as a constant reminder of the meaning the site holds for a community of veterans, their families and our nation at-large.
Amid the pandemic, RS&H’s six-year tradition of working with Jacksonville’s Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC) to build wheelchair-accessible Halloween costumes was met with questions. But with a little extra coordination, the tradition has lived on – albeit with a few extra safety measures.
From May 2019 through April 2020, RS&H donated close to $100,000 to 24 nonprofits in communities across the country – all organizations dedicated to helping people in need, supporting children or providing educational programming.