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RS&H has donated $50,000 across 13 nonprofit groups through its Elevate Fund. The RS&H Elevate Fund supports associates in aiding the communities they work and live in by encouraging and funding volunteer and charitable activities that align with the company’s values.
As RS&H associates excitedly gathered around the patio on Friday, October 18th, five children and their families eagerly awaited the arrival of custom wheelchair-accessible Halloween costumes.
Jacki Hart, CEI Senior Project Engineer, works out of Marathon, Florida, and joined RS&H a little over five years ago. Jacki is a strong, empathetic, well-traveled, daughter of an Air Force pilot.
On one of the Florida Keys’ famous sun-soaked mornings, Jacki Hart offered a breath of fresh air to then CEO of the Keys Chamber of Commerce. Hart was managing the expansive North Roosevelt Blvd project, and maintaining business access along the critical roadway was a hot topic.
RS&H has hired Wendy Griffin in North Carolina to serve as senior tolls technology specialist for the transportation firm’s Tolls Service Group.
In a joint venture with Woolpert, RS&H is preparing specifications for the landscaping of the historic site, reviewing the technical design submittals for the southern expansion of the cemetery and improving wheelchair accessibility to the Memorial Amphitheater in preparation for the 100th anniversary.
RS&H launched Ignite, a Women’s Networking Association in September. The initiative aims to not only empower the women of RS&H through connection and mentoring opportunities but to support the company’s culture of inclusion and give associates an opportunity to participate in like-minded community causes.
Scott Cole has joined RS&H as the engineering and architecture consulting firm’s North Carolina Senior Transportation Leader.
Jennifer Youssef, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP has joined RS&H as a vice president in the architecture and engineering firm’s Houston office, where she will lead the healthcare design team.
In his article, Crawford looks at several lab design and planning challenges and gives readers a road map on how to turn them into benefits.
RS&H Executive Vice President Lisa Robert has been elected to the 14-member board as Vice Chair At-Large. Additionally, Robert will take part in ARTBA’s strategic planning initiative.
Jay Shepard, LEED AP, originally from Chicago, Illinois, will hit his one-year mark at RS&H in October. He leads as the marketing manager for RS&H’s Corporate Practice.
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