July 23, 2017
Atlanta, Georgia – We are excited to announce that the Rosser/HFR Design team has been chosen to design the new Dickson County Justice Center in Dickson County, Tennessee.
July 1, 2017
Atlanta, Georgia – “A set of management skills and knowledge of the world gained through military service has been one of several factors that have enabled an Atlanta-based architectural-engineering firm to establish its solid reputation and expand its reach globally.”– Atlanta Business Chronicle
December 23, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser is excited to announce the appointment of veteran architect, James E. Curry, IV, NCARB, AIA, to lead the firm’s Sports Architecture group.
December 12, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser is thrilled to announce the appointment of three new board members. Today we celebrate Floyd Keels, Director of Engineering; Larry Latimer, Director of Systems Engineering; and Mark Van Allen, Vice President.
December 1, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser’s Criminal Justice team presented options for the new Madison County, TN Jail during a County Corrections Partnership meeting on Wednesday. The five options presented aim to resolve issues with the existing facilities, enhance operations, and ultimately reduce the rate of recidivism for the county.
October 6, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser’s Sandy Springs City Center project received the Community Redevelopment Award at the annual Metro Atlanta Redevelopment Summit in Gwinnett County. The summit brings together ‘more than 200 developers, commercial real state brokers, elected officials, business leaders and community development experts’.
September 7, 2016
find your center: a symposium
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser will host an interactive and informative symposium September 20, 2016. Find Your Center will focus on the methodologies, pathways, and processes associated with the creation of a new city center in communities that lack a cohesive, cultural, and symbolic heart. The program includes special guest and keynote speaker Mayor Rusty Paul of Sandy Springs and a panel of architects and city officials involved in the Sandy Springs City Center project.
August 11, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser announces a new radio program project. Hosted by Rosser architect Michael Kahn, Shaping Atlanta is a 13-week series featuring the people and organizations actively influencing Atlanta’s future. The program includes interviews with guests such as Charlie Cobb, Director of Athletics at Georgia State University, Dennis Adamovich, CEO of the College Football Hall of Fame, Ambassador Charles Shapiro, President of the World Affairs Council, and Mike Plant, President of Development for the Atlanta Braves, among many others.
May 2, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser has been recognized as one of the leading organizations in metro Atlanta as a finalist for the 2016 IMPACT Regional Business Awards. Designed to be reflective and unique to Gwinnett and across the metro Atlanta area, the program recognizes premier organizations in critical industries that are driving economic development and job creation, while enhancing the quality of life.
January 18, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser is thrilled to announce the promotion of four directors to vice presidents. Today we celebrate Charles Hanning, Vice President and Director of Rosser’s Savannah office; Floyd Keels, Vice President and Director of Rosser Engineering; Mark Van Allen, Vice President and Director of Rosser Justice; and Andrew Jacobs, Vice President and Director of Rosser Sports.
January 15, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – On January 18, Rosser International, Inc. will host an event at Two Peachtree Point sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Atlanta. The meeting will focus on U.S. / Cuba relations with special guest Jeffrey DeLaurentis, U.S. Ambassador and Charge d’Affaires to Cuba. DeLaurentis will speak briefly about recent interactions between the United States and Cuba resulting from the restoration of diplomatic relations on July 20 of last year.
January 12, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser International, Inc. is pleased to announce our new sponsorship of the Delta Flight Museum, a non-profit organization designed to explore aviation history, celebrate the story and people of Delta Air Lines, and discover the future of flight. “Rosser is excited to bolster the Delta Flight Museum in its newest phase,” said Rosser’s President, Eric Robinson. “We are pleased to be part of this inspiring organization dedicated to educating the community about the history of the aviation industry, Delta’s role in the industry and the vast potential of the future of flight.”
January 7, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia – Rosser International, Inc. has joined Atlanta Sports Council’s Board of Directors as corporate members. The Atlanta Sports Council (ASC) Board of Directors consists of more than 45 Atlanta corporate leaders and executives representing Atlanta’s professional teams, facilities, sports properties, media, hospitality community and corporations.
September 16, 2013
Doha, Qatar – The Rosser / ECG Joint Venture, which serves as the Building Design Consultancy (BDC) for the Qatar Emiri Naval Forces Base (QENFB), recently completed the first phase of design for more than 200 facilities that will serve the new Naval Base in Doha, Qatar. The project is part of the New Port Project (NPP), which is creating one of the largest greenfield port developments, spanning 26.5 square kilometers. The $7.4 billion project includes a new port, the new naval base and the Qatar Economic Zone.
September 16, 2013
Lawrenceburg, Indiana – Construction on the expansion of the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center in Lawrenceburg Indiana, which began this summer, will add capacity and provide additional support for a courts program designed to help inmates fight addiction. Designed by Rosser International, Inc., of Atlanta, Georgia, the expanded facility adds 34,405 square feet, 208 beds and brings capacity up to 424 inmates. The Construction Manager for the project is Maxwell Construction.