“Properly designed, installed, tested and maintained…” St. Joseph Catholic Church was originally constructed in 1865 with interior renovations throughout the last few decades. Several architectural and structural issues with the church building within the past few years led the Archdiocese of Louisville (AOL) to conduct an architectural and engineering assessment of the entire campus. … Continue reading "St. Joseph Catholic Church – Campus Assessment"
“Properly designed, installed, tested, and maintained…” Marion County Public Library’s staff and board members are among the many excited about the renovation and addition. The modernized space encompasses their mission, “to enrich lives, build community, promote creativity, and foster success by bringing people, information, opportunity, and ideas together”. The addition includes a larger meeting … Continue reading "Marion County Public Library- Renovation & Addition"
“The cornerstone of Catholic faith in Jeffersontown and Middletown communities…” St. Michael’s Parish is the cornerstone of catholic faith in the Jeffersontown and Middletown communities. The parish consists of an elementary school, licensed daycare, community gymnasium, parish offices, and worship building. Due to the growth, the Archdiocese of Louisville enlisted consultants to guide the … Continue reading "St. Michael Parish Community"
"Maximize building performance of this historic building…” Louisville’s transit agency (TARC) set forth great effort to improve energy efficiency and preserve Union Station. The longtime railroad station originally opened in 1891 with TARC taking over the site in 1979. The heating and air-conditioning systems were approximately 30 years in age, rendering upgrades to the … Continue reading "TARC – Union Station"