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Ray Strandberg was born on the Fort Carson Army Base where he spent most of his time skiing, fishing and hiking the Colorado terrain. To this day, it’s clear that the outdoors remain important to him, Ray’s co-workers say.
RS&H Senior Structural Engineer Ryan Vasile has long-earned praise from colleagues and clients. Earlier this month, he picked up honors from his profession.
The Agri Tower is a response to the ever-encroaching threat of sea level rise and a new direction for agrarian urbanism.
The St. Vincent’s Town Center Clinic is located on a 1.4-acre parcel along Gate Parkway within a new land development.
From the onset of Eugene Regional Airport’s master planning process and through continuous stakeholder involvement, the Eugene Regional Airport focused on establishing a vision for development that looks beyond the typical 20-year planning horizon.
The Aviation team continues to build upon that near-decade relationship as it executes design and construction phase services for the new Taxiway C-14 project.
As part of an initiative with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), RS&H supports Florida A&M University’s School of Architecture and Engineering Technology. Students not only have an avenue to start their architecture career, but they also have access to some of RS&H’s most renowned designers.
As RS&H celebrates Founders’ Day on Feb. 14, we recognize those who laid the foundation for RS&H to grow into the flourishing company that it is today.
RS&H Vice President and Texas CEI Leader Kirk Fauri has been named to ENR Texas & Louisiana’s 20 Under 40 list, a recognition of the region’s top young professionals.
Three Saturdays in a row during the month of January, several associates from the Orlando office cut wood, poured concrete, drilled screws, and built a wheelchair-accessible ramp for a local friend in need.
RS&H National Design Director Philip Robbie stood on the TEDx stage in Jacksonville’s Florida Theatre and delivered a call to action for all creatives: Build.
Gordy’s years abroad in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineering (USACE) provided him with innumerable lessons. But, perhaps most importantly, his work abroad reinforced how many ways there are to solve a problem.
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