OMNI LOUISVILLE*

$289 million – Under Construction
March 2018 Completion
Photography: Omni Hotels

To expedite the construction schedule of this 600-key hotel, conference space, and residential tower, it was critical to successfully manage the utility services design, public main capacity verification, and agency approval coordination. Whether it was the green infrastructure, accessibility grading for the pedestrian corridor, the multiple sanitary sewer connections, or the four 20’x50’ electrical utility vaults, a cost effective and constructible design was achieved.

*Design effort completed while an employee of other local engineering firms. 

Drury Inn and Suites*

$19 million
Completed December 2015
Photography: Citizen Engineering

This six-story hotel and meeting space was designed to offer unique features like underground detention, green infrastructure, and a water main extension for fire service coverage. A location-specific access on Brownsboro Road was also required to ensure connectivity to the arterial road.

*Design effort completed while an employee of other local engineering firms. 

South Central Regional Library*

$17 million – Under Construction
2017 Completion
Photography: Louisville Free Public Library

The design of this LEED Gold project was a critical decision point for the entire design team. The inclusion of pervious pavers, underground detention, and green infrastructure all contributed to enhancing Green performance. The site also has several outdoor storm water features that help to raise awareness of the library’s Green design to visitors.

*Design effort completed while an employee of other local engineering firms. 

Marathon Pipeline Canton
Crude Truck Unloading Facility*

$15 Million
Completed 2015
Photography: Marathon Petroleum

This facility was constructed to provide a loading and unloading station for up to 200 trucks per day. The design of the site infrastructure, grading and drainage was done with diligent consideration of environmental safety and strict owner/operator specifications and requirements.

*Design effort completed while an employee of other local engineering firms. 

Downtown Library – Main Branch*

2015 Completion
Photography: Citizen Engineering

This project consisted of renovating the pedestrian connectivity from South Third and South Fourth Streets to the North Library main entrance. The project goal was to develop a clean simple accessible path to replace the cumbersome steps and meandering walkways that previously existed. Working with Andy Knight of MKSK, our team was able to create a functional, safe, and handsome corridor for all patrons to enjoy.

*Design effort completed while an employee of other local engineering firms. 

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