“Learning and exploration for the community” Following Louisville Free Public Library’s 2008 master plan, officials proposed three new regional libraries to serve about 170,000 residents within a five-mile radius. The three new libraries are strategically positioned to ensure 90% of Louisville residents live close to a full-service library. The Northeast Regional Library was the … Continue reading "Northeast Regional Library"
“Celebrate art forever…” The Speed Art Museum embarked on a major expansion and renovation of its facilities, encompassing approximately 75,000 square feet of new interior and exterior space. The design included the construction of a north addition, some existing building renovation, and a central utility building, both of which link directly to the Museum’s … Continue reading "Speed Art Museum"
“EXPECTED TO SERVICE 160,000 RESIDENTS…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. is proud to have been an integral part of the completion of the Louisville Free Public Library’s master plan for 3 new regional libraries. The new South Central Regional Library is a state of the art, 40,000 square/foot, free-standing facility overlooking an acre of preserved woodland … Continue reading "South Central Regional Library"
“A DESTINATION ARTS AND CULTURE DISTRICT…” Paristown Pointe opened in 2019/2020 with a positive impact on the community and the entire city of Louisville. The development added commercial lease space and create 30+ on-site jobs. The revitalization was anchored by expanding Louisville Stoneware, a theatre for Kentucky Center for the Arts, a new restaurant, … Continue reading "Paristown Pointe"
Images provided by de Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop “A UNIQUE AND TREASURED CULTURAL INSTITUTION…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers Inc. relished the opportunity to design and engineer systems for the Living Arts and Science Center in Lexington, Kentucky. The Living Arts and Science Center (LASC) is a unique and treasured cultural institution that reaches over 45,000 … Continue reading "Living Arts and Science Center"
Image Obtained by 8UP Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen, hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com “STUNNING VIEWS, EXTERIOR SEATING WITH GAS FIRE PITS…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers Inc. delights in the opportunity to have designed and engineered the mechanical and electrical aspects for the Hilton Garden Inn and 8UP Elevated Drinkery and Kitchen, bringing their visions to life. The eight-story hotel located … Continue reading "Hilton Garden – 8UP Restaurant"
“ONE OF LOUISVILLE'S LARGEST HOMELESS SHELTERS…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. worked closely with Wayside Christian Mission on the design and engineering of the mechanical and electrical systems of their facility located in Louisville, Kentucky. One of Louisville’s largest homeless shelters, Wayside’s goal is to focus on addressing the primary causes of homelessness while providing solutions … Continue reading "Wayside Christian Mission"
“PROVIDES A HOME-LIKE ATMOSPHERE FOR FAMILIES…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers Inc. relished the opportunity to provide state of the art designs in HVAC and lighting systems for the Ronald McDonald House located in downtown Louisville. The Ronald McDonald House provides a home-like atmosphere for families going through some of the most difficult times in their lives. … Continue reading "Ronald McDonald House"
“DESIGNED TO SERVE BOTH THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND THE COMMUNITY AS A GATHERING SPACE…” The Henry County Library boasts many new features for Eminence residence to take advantage of. The new facility provides books, technology, and spaces that appeal to every age group. There are small spaces, a large event space, a computer lab, … Continue reading "Henry County Public Library"
“The modernized space encompasses their mission…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. enjoyed designing renovations and additions to the Marion County Public Library. The modernized space is sure to encompass 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 room … Continue reading "Marion County Public Library"