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RS&H Wins Third-Straight Society of American Military Engineers Award

April 12, 2017      

Tags: Federal, Awards

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The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is a discerning group when it comes to handing out accolades. In fact, SAME presents only three national awards to member companies each year.

RS&H has now earned a national award three years in a row.

For the third straight year, RS&H has won the SAME Seymour S. Greenfield Sustaining Member Award for Medium-Sized Companies. The national award three-peat is the first for any firm of any size.

“We’re excited to be recognized as SAME’s top medium-sized firm for the third year in a row,” said Steve Moore, RS&H’s Aerospace & Defense practice director and senior vice president. “It’s been our honor to provide engineering support and educational outreach to the public, military, uniformed services and federal, state, and local government agencies that are responsible for the nation’s infrastructure and national security.”

The Seymour S. Greenfield award is given to firms that exemplify leadership and support STEM activities and young member mentoring programs. Companies are also evaluated for their involvement with SAME and the communities they serve.

SAME unites architecture, engineering, construction, facility management, and environmental entities and individuals in the public and private sectors to prepare for and overcome natural and manmade disasters, and to improve national security at home and abroad.

“Receiving this award affirms to us that we are living up to our goal to bring extraordinary solutions to our clients through imagination, ingenuity, and innovation,” Moore said. “It upholds our view that RS&H is a leading defense firm in the world.”

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