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03.10.2016

RSGer Delivered Keynote for a Clemson National Scholars Event

RSG Analyst, Susie Irizarry, recently participated in the Clemson National Scholars finalist selection weekend as an alumni interviewer and alumni keynote speaker. The Clemson National Scholars Program (NSP) is Clemson’s premier merit-based scholarship program. Susie served on a panel comprised of three faculty members and two National Scholars alumni, and was also invited to speak at the closing dinner.

Clemson National Scholar Program »

02.22.2016 - 02.25.2016

Northern New England Facility Masters Conference

RSG Director John Hinckley and Consultant Isaac Old are attending the Northern New England Facility Masters Conference this week in Exeter, NH. John is to speak at the event with a presentation titled, “Armed and Dangerous: The Questions You Should Ask to Help Successfully Plan, Design, and Permit a Source of Air Pollution.”

Conference Details »

02.23.2016

RSG Co-Authored NCHRP Report Published

The National Cooperative Highway Research Program recently published the report “Field Evaluation of Reflected Noise from a Single Noise Barrier— Phase 1.” RSG’s Ken Kaliski and Karl Washburn are co-authors of this report which examines the change in sound levels and characteristics caused by sound reflections off a reflective (non-absorptive) noise barrier on the opposite side of a highway.

Field Evaluation of Reflected Noise from a Single Noise Barrier— Phase 1 »

02.22.2016

RSG Consultant Appointed to International Scientific Committee for UNESCO Meeting

RSG’s Nathan Reigner was recently appointed to the International Scientific Committee for the 10th Annual UNESCO Creative Cities Network Meeting to take place in September at Mid Sweden University.

UNESCO or United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization “exists to bring creative intelligence to life; for it is in the minds of men and women that the defenses of peace and the conditions for sustainable development must be built.” UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network (UCCN) connects cities that want to share experiences, ideas, and best practices for cultural, social, and economic development. The Network is currently formed by 116 Members from 54 countries covering seven creative fields: Crafts & Folk Art, Design, Film, Gastronomy, Literature, Music, and Media Arts.

This year’s UCCN Meeting will be held in association with a scientific conference for the first time. This scientific conference, titled Valuing and Evaluating Creativity for Sustainable Regional Development (VEC), will initiate dialogue and catalyze action towards establishing a long-term research and knowledge platform as recently called for by the UCCN.

As a scientific committee member, Nathan will be responsible for reviewing abstracts, framing selected sessions, and acting as an ambassador for the meeting.

Meeting Details »

02.15.2016 - 02.18.2016

Cargo Logistics Canada (CLC) Conference

RSG Senior Director Peter Plumeau will be speaking at the Cargo Logistics Canada (CLC) Expo and Conference in Montreal, QC from February 17-18.

He is to present on distribution and logistics, including how the industry is affecting public sector land use planning and infrastructure development and how/why the private development industry needs to work more closely with public sector land use and infrastructure planners to support economic vitality and quality of life for business and residents.

Conference Details »

02.01.2016 - 02.05.2016

2016 Energy, Utility, & Environment Conference (EUEC2016)

RSG Co-Founder Colin High and RSG Director Eddie Duncan to present this week at the Energy, Utility, & Environment Conference (EUEC2016) in San Diego, CA. Colin’s presentation is on protocol revisions concerning electric power generation and GHG measurement. Eddie’s, on the other hand, will discuss how to understand noise complaints from low-noise utility projects.

The EUEC is touted as the largest conference of its kind on these subjects, facilitating information exchange and fostering cooperation between industry, government, and regulatory stakeholders for the protection of our environment and energy security.

Conference Details »

02.01.2016 - 02.05.2016

2016 Energy, Utility, & Environment Conference (EUEC2016)

RSG Co-Founder Colin High and RSG Director Eddie Duncan to present this week at the Energy, Utility, & Environment Conference (EUEC2016) in San Diego, CA. Colin’s presentation is on protocol revisions concerning electric power generation and GHG measurement. Eddie’s, on the other hand, will discuss how to understand noise complaints from low-noise utility projects.

The EUEC is touted as the largest conference of its kind on these subjects, facilitating information exchange and fostering cooperation between industry, government, and regulatory stakeholders for the protection of our environment and energy security.

Conference Details »

01.29.2016

RSG Contributed to 17 Organizations through Year-End Giving

It is important to us at RSG to give back to the communities in which we live and work. We do this in many ways, including providing paid time to volunteer, organizing volunteer opportunities, and empowering colleagues with a voice in how our charitable funds are distributed.

We are proud to share that in 2015, 63% of RSG employees took advantage of their RSG-provided paid volunteer time. Through our 2015 end-of-year charitable giving process, RSG also donated funds to 17 organizations that share our stewardship mission of encouraging and supporting environmentally and socially responsible initiatives.

01.29.2016

RSG Senior Consultant Honored with 2015 ITE ‘Transportation Professional of the Year' Award

RSG Senior Consultant, Chad Worthen, was recognized yesterday with the ‘Transportation Professional of the Year’ award at the 2016 Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Utah Conference. The purpose of the award, which is peer-nominated, is to highlight the critical contributions of transportation professionals other than licensed engineers.

Chad was recognized, in particular, for his impact on travel modeling throughout the state of Utah. He was applauded for both his high standard of excellence in his work along with his generosity in teaching and knowledge sharing.

01.29.2016

RSG Senior Consultant Honored with 2015 ITE 'Transportation Professional of the Year' Award

RSG Senior Consultant, Chad Worthen, was recognized yesterday with the ‘Transportation Professional of the Year’ award at the 2016 Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Utah Conference. The purpose of the award, which is peer-nominated, is to highlight the critical contributions of transportation professionals other than licensed engineers.

Chad was recognized, in particular, for his impact on travel modeling throughout the state of Utah. He was applauded for both his high standard of excellence in his work along with his generosity in teaching and knowledge sharing.