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Jarvis and Thoele take lead roles with SAME

By |2018-09-11T23:18:38+00:00June 15th, 2017|Tags: , , , , , , |

The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) leads collaborative efforts to identify and resolve national security infrastructure-related challenges. Now, the organization of more than 30,000 members has two new leaders from RS&H. RS&H Vice President Scott Jarvis and Business Development Lead Lisa Thoele, two leaders in the engineering and architecture design firm’s Aerospace and Defense practice, have moved into two SAME leadership roles.

RS&H-designed GuideWell Innovation Center Earns IIDA Award

By |2018-09-11T19:17:27+00:00June 13th, 2017|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

The RS&H-designed facility has two new awards to add to its resume, awarded by the International Interior Design Association (IIDA). The Innovation Center claimed first place in the Large Corporate category as well as Project of the Year in the 2017 IIDA North Florida Design Awards competition.

Mayo Clinic Opens Doors to Academy of Architecture for Health

By |2018-09-11T19:18:14+00:00May 31st, 2017|Tags: , , , , , , |

Using RS&H’s working relationship with the Mayo Clinic’s Campus Planning & Design group, Michael Compton, AIA, founding chair of the Jacksonville AAH, facilitated an educational tour of the Mayo Clinic's J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center for several AAH members and clinicians from across our region.

Brandon Pourch named R. Ray Goode Community Volunteer of the Year

By |2018-10-05T01:48:08+00:00May 16th, 2017|Tags: , , , , |

RS&H architect Brandon Pourch knows how easy it is to take his design and architectural skills for granted. In a firm like RS&H, those talents are everywhere you look. Outside these walls, those skills can be a little harder to come by, which is why Pourch volunteers his time and talents to help so many [...]

RS&H Helps Those in Need through the Texas Ramp Project

By |2018-10-05T01:49:45+00:00May 15th, 2017|Tags: , , , , |

For those with limited mobility, leaving the house can be a major to-do. Often, getting out the door can mean climbing up and down a number of stairs, and for disabled or elderly individuals, a set of stairs can be a brick wall. Fortunately, the Texas Ramp Project (TRP) has stepped in to organize volunteer teams to build access ramps for those in need across the state. RS&H associate Brian Nazarian recognized how worthy their cause was, and saw an opportunity to help.