Cultural & Historic

Cultural & Historic Projects

  • Date
    July 18, 2018
    Hancock County Public Library Hawesville, Kentucky The Hancock County Public Library is an 11,000 square foot facility located in Hawesville, Kentucky. The building represents a traditional style with state-of-the-art amenities and technologies. The library includes a large meeting space, a creative children’s area, private reading rooms for comfort, and a bookmobile […]
  • Date
    July 18, 2018
    Breckinridge County Public Library Hardinsburg, Kentucky Breckinridge County Public Library is a newly constructed public library of approximately 10,000 square feet. It is a place for the community to come together through various activities and features that the library offers. Within the facility, there is a children’s area with books […]
  • Date
    March 5, 2018
    Louisville Water Company – Pump Station #1 Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Water Company’s Pump Station #1 was originally built in the late 1800’s.  In 2013, the restoration and renovation of the facility began, including a new northern terrace, renovation of the southern terrace, fresh paint on the exterior of the building […]
  • Date
    March 5, 2018
    Louisville Metro Police Department – Edison Center Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Metro Police Department recently moved into space within The Edison Center, in the Old Louisville neighborhood. The newly revitalized building was originally built in 1924, but has been vacant since the late 1990’s. Over the past several months, 300+ Louisville […]
  • Date
    November 2, 2017
    Immanuel Baptist Church Louisville, Kentucky With a growing membership of 600+ Immanuel Baptist Church had a dire need for relocation. After looking at several sites, the church committed to re-storing the former First Christian/Lampton Baptist Church located in the center of downtown Louisville. The 1911 building is on the National […]
  • Date
    September 14, 2017
    TARC – Union Station Louisville, Kentucky Louisville’s transit agency is taking steps 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 current heating and air-conditioning systems were last upgraded at that time, making the […]
  • Date
    September 14, 2017
    South Central Regional Library Louisville, Kentucky Following Louisville Free Public Library’s 2008 master plan, officials proposed three new regional libraries. The new South Central Regional Library serves approximately 160,000 residents in south central Jefferson County. The design of the new, 40,000 square foot free-standing library is similar to that of […]
  • Date
    October 13, 2016
    Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft Louisville, Kentucky The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft located in downtown Louisville was founded in 1981.  Their mission is to support and promote excellence in art, craft, applied arts and design.  A visit to KMAC will provide educational programs, a pleasant tour of […]
  • Date
    September 28, 2015
    Farnsley Moremen – Chapel Restoration Louisville, Kentucky This mid-19th century chapel was moved to the Farnsley Moremen Landing in 2013. The goal of the renovation included preserving the historic facility while providing a beautiful space for weddings and other special events. A support building was constructed adjacent to the chapel […]
  • Date
    September 28, 2015
    Lincoln Homestead State Park – Restoration and Repairs of the Mordecai Lincoln House Springfield, Kentucky Lincoln Homestead State Park, located in Springfield, Kentucky features the original home of Abraham Lincoln’s Mother, along with the home of Mordecai Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln’s Uncle. The Mordecai Lincoln House is located across from the […]
  • Date
    September 28, 2015
    St. Michael Church Louisville, Kentucky St. Michael’s Parish is the cornerstone of catholic faith in the Jeffersontown and Middletown communities. The parish has grown from 300 families in the mid 1980’s to well over 1,000 families. The growing numbers, caused the worship space to become inadequate with standing room only […]
  • Date
    September 28, 2015
    The Speed Art Museum – North Addition and Central Utility Building Louisville, Kentucky The Speed Art Museum has embarked on a major expansion and renovation of its facilities, encompassing approximately 75,000 square feet of new interior and exterior space. Growing out of the Museum’s long-range master planning process, the Speed […]
  • Date
    September 28, 2015
    Southwest Regional Library Louisville, Kentucky Following Louisville Free Public Library’s 2008 master plan, officials proposed three new regional libraries that would each serve about 100,000 residents within a five-mile radius. The design team began work on the first new, 40,000 square foot free-standing library in 2013. Southwest Regional Library’s open […]