News at R+C
William Holmes Elected to National Academy of Engineering
William Holmes, a senior consultant and past principal at R+C, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering. This election is among the highest distinctions an engineer can attain.

R+C congratulates Bill on his election to the NAE and on his many accomplishments!
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Talking with Julie Satterwhite: The Business of People
We are pleased to announce our latest promotion—Julie Satterwhite, Principal

As Chief Marketing Officer, Julie plays a central role in business development and expanding our strategic partnerships. Julie has helped R+C grow our presence in the office/corporate market, and maintain our diverse portfolio of work. She leads R+C’s marketing department and serves as a resource to engineering staff for networking, presentations, and communication.

We talked with Julie about her marketing philosophy, her ideas around effective communication, and what success looks like.

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Our Recent Promotions
We would like to congratulate our staff on their advancement within R+C and in their fields of specialty.
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Attention to the Details
R+C CEO David Bleiman talks about BIM-to-fabrication technology, its benefits to the AEC industry and catching up with Europe.
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We Have Moved
We have moved to a new home in San Francisco.
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Five R+C Projects Win Engineering News Record Awards
We are proud to announce that five R+C projects have won ENR awards for 2015.
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Monterey Bay Aquarium Wins 2016 AIA Twenty-Five Year Award
The Monterey Bay Aquarium has been selected for the 2016 American Institute of Architects' (AIA) Twenty-Five Year Award.
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Videos from Nepal Earthquake Reconnaissance
R+C principal Bret Lizundia was a co-leader of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute’s international reconnaissance team, which visited Nepal in June of this year.
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Lean Theory Becomes Reality
We were Structural Engineer-of-Record for the hospital portions of the new UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay. The Lean design and construction process envisioned by UCSF and orchestrated by the entire project team brought Lean theoretical methodologies to reality.
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