From frenzied airport travelers to hospital patients, RS&H architects design buildings with the user experience in mind. For members of the RS&H Denver office, their latest project was designed for the likings of an easy going, 86-pound Labrador retriever named Pesto. Four eco- and pet-friendly Denver architects are participating in this year’s Sustainable BARKitecture [...]
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has made runway incursion mitigation a focal point over the past few years, aiming to reduce airfield risk factors that could ultimately lead to collisions between aircraft. At Juneau International Airport outside the capital city of Alaska, an RS&H runway incursion mitigation (RIM) study showed that 50 runway incursions [...]
RS&H has a new aviation service group and a new leader to run it. The new Environmental Stewardship and Resiliency Service Group will build on the existing consulting services RS&H provides, including its aviation planning and environmental planning services. The new service group will focus on aviation-specific environmental compliance and sustainability issues facing the [...]
Keith Nix, PE, LEED AP+ has been awarded RS&H's Professional Practitioner of the Year. Keith has been with RS&H for six years and, during that time, has made a tremendous impact on the mechanical engineering discipline. He consistently delivers innovative solutions under tight time and budget constraints, and serves as a mentor to the entire company.
Matt Schnelle is a heck of a juggler. As a project manager, client manager, officer manager and state manager, Schnelle always has a lot of balls in the air. Those balls don’t hit the ground, says Aviation Vice President Paul Karas. “Matt succeeds as a multitasker on various fronts, with many simultaneous small and [...]
Asheville, N.C., may not have an NFL team, but for RS&H aviation engineers Nick Loder, Mike Blackmore and Eric Rysdon, its airport has become the Super Bowl.
Stubbs has designed dozens of runway and airfield projects across the country, eventually working on so many that he became, as he puts it, the “runway guy.” Needless to say, Stubbs brings with him a vast amount of experience and plenty of connections in the field.
The Tallahassee International Airport (TLH) serves a market area of more than 1.4 million people, including Tallahassee, 11 neighboring Florida counties, and 12 southern Georgia counties, accounting for 32 percent of air passenger travel in the Northwest Florida region. As travel into and out of the city continues to grow, TLH has begun taking measures to not only meet passengers’ needs, but also give them a sense of the city’s identity. In 2015, the airport began the first of three phases of construction and renovation to do just that.
Destin Executive Airport may consist of a single runway, but don’t let that fool you. Nicknamed “Gateway to the Emerald Coast”, Destin’s airport supports a number of thriving resort communities, lined by some of the South’s most beautiful beaches. The airport also lies just five miles southeast of Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport and Eglin Air Force Base – one of the busiest bases in the country. This has given rise to emerging needs to accommodate the influx of tourists and snowbirds.