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Reynolds Smith and Hills Inc., Jacksonville, Fla.

 

Total # of Employees for all offices: 1250

 


Jacksonville Office
Corporate Headquarters
10748 Deerwood Park Boulevard South
Jacksonville, Florida 32256-0597

Offices are located in
Mobile, Alabama
Tucson, Arizona
California) Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco
Colorado) Colorado Springs, Denver, Durango, Loveland
Florida) Jacksonville, Big Pine Key, Crawfordville, Crestview, Ft Lauderdale
Georgia) Atlanta, Savannah
Illinois) Chicago, St Charles
LaFayette, Louisiana
Michigan) Detroit, Flint, Lansing, Novi
Duluth, Minnesota
North Carolina) Asheville, Cary, Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville, Raleigh
Columbus, Ohio
Portland, Oregon
South Carolina) Charleston, Florence
Knoxville, Tennessee
Texas) Austin, Dallas, Frankston, Houston, San Angelo, San Antonio, Tyler
Salt Lake City, Utah
Virginia) Abingdon, Norfolk, Richmond, Salem, Vienna, Virginia Beach
Seattle, Washington

Total of 51 U.S. Offices.

Services:
Aerospace and Defense
Aviation
Corporate
Education, Health and Science
Public Infrastructure
Transportation
Construction Services

History:
RS&H, whose tradition began in 1941, is a facilities and infrastructure consulting firm whose client-centered program structure provides value-added solutions to clients around the world.
RS&H is organized into client-focused programs, each with its own multidisciplined staff of architects, engineers, planners, environmental scientists and technical support personnel. Each team is supported by the firm’s total spectrum of architectural, engineering, planning and environmental services.

Selected Projects:

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport

Avalon Technical Center

Jacksonville International Airport

Energy Management Consulting Services

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport

21st Century Oncology

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Written by Abraham Chapa

January 18, 2012 at 2:10 pm

Posted in Architects, Engineers

Middough Inc.

Offices:

Cleveland, OH

Ashland, KY

Buffalo, NY

Chicago, IL

Madison, WI

Portage, IN

Toledo, OH

Sevices:

Consulting-Planning

Design

Architecture

Estimating and Scheduling

Project Delivery

Procurement

Construction Management

Commissioning & Start-up

Asset Integrity



Number of Employees: 850

History:
Since their founding in 1950 as a consulting engineering company, Middough has been known for quality performance and leadership. Today they are a full-service project solutions firm providing consulting, planning, design, architecture, engineering, procurement and construction management. For more than 70 years, Middough has been recognized for its performance and leadership in delivering Engineering, Architecture, Procurement, and Construction Management project solutions.

Selected Projects:

ASU & Backup System Project

Corn Meal Bulk Receiving, Storage and Handling System

Cultured Stone Production Facility

Ethanol Plant

Hot Rolling Seamless Steel Tube Mill

Heating Plant Rebuild

Written by Abraham Chapa

January 17, 2012 at 8:51 pm

Posted in Engineers

GMP Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Founding partners: (with various partners from around the world)
    • Meinhard von Gerkan– born on 1935 in Riga/Latvia, Prof. Dr.h.c.mult, graduate architect, 1965 co-founder. (left)
    • Volkwin Marg– born on 1936 in Königsberg/East Prussia, Prof, graduate architect, 1965 co-founder. (right)
    • Together, Gerkan and Marg have completed more than 260 buildings.
  • History:
    • Most of the projects are in Germany and China and they include transportation, sports, exhibition and events, culture, state and community and urban design.
    • GMP Architekten has received both National and International awards (total of 430) since 1977 and these awards range from Best Architectural Design of the Year to Engineering Construction awards.
  • Selected Projects: Bao’an Stadium; Shanghai Oriental Sports Center; Universiade Sports Center; Century Lotus Sports Park, Stadium.

     

Written by Abraham Chapa

August 31, 2011 at 4:43 pm

Posted in Architects