“Charming historic chapel…” This mid-19th century chapel, originally Bethany United Methodist Church was moved to its new home at Farnsley Moremen Landing. The goal of the renovation included preserving the historic facility while providing a beautiful space for weddings and other special events. A support building constructed adjacent to the chapel offers supplemental space … Continue reading "Farnsley Moremen Chapel"
"Today’s ministries and interests reflect the rich diversity and legacy of service…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers Inc. thoroughly enjoyed working on renovations made to the Ursuline Motherhouse Chapel in Louisville, Kentucky. Originally built in 1917, the Ursuline Motherhouse Chapel established what would become the Ursuline campus on Lexington Rd. Today’s ministries and interests reflect the rich … Continue reading "Ursuline Motherhouse"
“1911 Building listed on the National Historic Registry…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. was honored to take part in engineering the mechanical and electrical systems for Immanuel Baptist Church and their truly one-of-a-kind building. With a growing membership of 600+ Immanuel Baptist Church had a dire need for relocation. After looking at several sites, the church … Continue reading "Immanuel Baptist Church"
"Form and functionality are emanated….” Renovations for 21c Museum Hotel located in historic downtown Louisville; a place where form and functionality are emanated. The development renovated four existing 19th-century buildings into a five-story progressive, contemporary hotel which includes a restaurant and art gallery. The New York Times called 21C “An innovative concept with strong … Continue reading "21c Museum Hotel"