Four of Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc.’s projects won 2018 Awards for Excellence in Architectural Design from AIA Kentucky. The Honor Awards recognize architecture designed by Kentucky architects that demonstrate design excellence while promoting awareness and appreciation of the diversity, quality, and score of Kentucky architecture. South Central Regional Library won the Honor Award for new … Continue reading “Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc.’s Projects Recognized in AIA Kentucky 2018 Awards”
Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. (KGEI) is excited to announce a transition in leadership as part of its long-term strategy and employee growth plan. Associate Ben Gries will take over leadership of the 34-year-old company to continue the advancement and future development of one of Louisville’s leading engineering firms. Ben stepped into the role of President, effective … Continue reading “Ben Gries Announced as President of Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc.”
Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. is proud to have worked with wHY and K. Norman Berry Associates Architects on the recently completed Speed Art Museum’s nearly four year $50 million renovation and expansion. The project was recently featured on Architect Magazine’s website. Click this link to view the article.
February 2016 KGEI was honored to serve as the lead mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering company for the renovation of the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, KY. Business First recently interviewed KGEI’s Thomas Yellina and Leiah Merrick. about the unique engineering aspects of this project. View the article here.
KGEI is very excited to announce that it has been included on the 12th Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky list in the small business category by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management! Winners from across the state were selected in small, medium and large business … Continue reading “Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. Named One of 2016’s Best Places to Work in Kentucky”
Each year, American School & University magazine publishes an Architectural Portfolio to recognize outstanding education architecture, design and construction. Western Kentucky University’s Downing Student Union was awarded “Outstanding Design” in the Post-Secondary category. WKU’s Downing Student Center building underwent an extensive expansion and renovation last year as a part of WKU’s ongoing master plan. … Continue reading “WKU’s Downing Student Union Awarded “Outstanding Design””
Congratulations to the architects and design team for the Southwest Regional Library in Louisville who recently won an Honor Award for Excellence in Architectural Design from AIA Kentucky. The Honor Awards recognize works of architecture designed by Kentucky architects that demonstrate design excellence. The 2015 Awards Jury said that architects, JRA and Meyer, Scherer & … Continue reading “AIA Kentucky Awards Design Team for Southwest Regional Library”
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.