Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. is pleased to announce that three of its projects with Western Kentucky University (WKU) have recently been awarded LEED certification. All three projects, Gary A. Ransdell Hall, the Music Hall and the Augenstein Alumni Center, are part of WKU’s $500 million campus master plan that is addressing the continued growth of the … Continue reading “WKU Buildings Receive Three LEED Certifications”
Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. has been instrumental in supporting change for the Kentucky Plumbing Code. Kentucky is one of a few states that uses its own plumbing code. Most states have adopted a model code, such as the International Plumbing Code. Kentucky’s plumbing code is written with the safety and welfare of the public in mind, … Continue reading “Kentucky Plumbing Code Changes”
Adding to its distillery project portfolio, Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. will be working with Bravura Architects to begin mechanical and electrical engineering design on the Old Forester Distillery and Visitor Center in historic Whiskey Row on Main Street in downtown Louisville. To read more about the project from Louisville Business First, click here.