When Aviation Planning Services Group Vice President Jeff Mishler signed on to the Gerald R. Ford International Airport Master Plan, his team brought more than just planning savvy to the table; it also boasted an airfields and buildings design capability – a practical and financial attribute pure planning firms lack.“If you don’t have a good [...]
RS&H, an employee-owned architecture, engineering and consulting firm based in Jacksonville, Fla., with a national footprint of offices throughout the U.S., has acquired Tsiouvaras Simmons Holderness, Inc. (TSH), with locations in Denver, Colorado Springs, and Loveland, Co. Since 2005, RS&H has served Colorado and Western U.S. clients from its Denver office in the sectors [...]
Williamson County Airport has taken a new name – Veterans Airport of Southern Illinois. Its renaming honors those who’ve served their country, and commemorates an important addition – the all-new Captain Robert W. Duncan Airline Terminal.
At the recent American Planning Association (APA) Georgia Chapter Fall Conference held in Augusta, Georgia, the RS&H-led Athens Transit Feasibility Study was awarded the 2016 Outstanding Initiative in Planning.
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport is the gateway to California’s Central Coast. Replacing its undersized and outdated passenger terminal has been a long-term dream of the community. The new replacement was first master planned more than 20 years ago, but suffered from several false starts caused by the after effects of 9/11 and [...]
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 [...]
The Village of Pinecrest is a residential community located in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The area is on the front line of a changing climate due to low elevations, high population densities, and porous limestone topography, which make it difficult to keep out floodwaters. As a result, even modest amounts of sea level rise have [...]
In order to secure Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) funding for development projects and to ensure Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is prepared for success in an uncertain environment, RS&H helped Alaska’s largest and busiest airport control its own destiny by preparing a thoughtful, engaged master plan – a document that hadn’t been updated for [...]
RS&H’s Steve Cote contributed an article in October to the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) news update, Inside Lane. His article explains the purpose of the Georgia Department of Transportation’s I-75 study, which will form the policy blueprint and proposed course of action for future transportation system improvements of the corridor through the [...]
RS&H is leading the Master Plan that will be released at the beginning of this year for Anchorage International Airport. In a recent article in Airport World, the Master Plan needed to be updated and is a necessary document for the airport to make informed decisions about infrastructure investments. The plan recommends future expansion [...]