When Billy Smith arrived for his job interview at RS&H, Michael Davis, his soon-to-be boss, took him to the first scissor bridge in North Carolina, the construction of which was overseen by RS&H associates in 2015. Little did Billy know, just about a year later, he would be overseeing the construction of [...]
If you were ever to attend a North Carolina Transportation-Construction Management (T-CM) get together, you would probably see one of Project Manager Ben Peterson’s three kids running around. Always game for a barbecue or picnic, Ben makes our staff in North Carolina feel like an extension of his own family. After graduating from Michigan Tech in [...]
There’s a big difference between looking at a picture and being in a picture. When we think about new building developments or project proposals, we usually end up looking at pictures to help visualize the structures. They may be artful renderings or computer-generated graphics, or even three-dimensional models, but how we consume all of [...]
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.
Following Hurricane Matthew’s descent through eastern North Carolina this past October, several major roadways in the Fayetteville area were closed. RS&H Construction Management Project Manager Benjamin Peterson and Area Engineer Michael Davis, PE, have been writing, executing and maintaining contracts to get the work complete. Since the storm hit, up to five inspectors could [...]
The East End Connector Project for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Division 5 will transform the way that people get around Durham, providing travelers with a direct controlled access roadway between NC 147 and US 70. Consisting of multi-tier interchanges and complete reconstruction of both roadways, the connector is expected to take about [...]
As the general consultant for Albert J. Ellis Airport in Jacksonville, North Carolina, RS&H provides architectural, engineering, environmental, and planning services. Recently, WITN reported that the public is anticipating the new, 58,000-square-foot terminal building at the airport. The new terminal is expected to accommodate more airlines and is equipped with the latest technology. RS&H [...]