Speed Art Museum - Louisville, Kentucky

Architects: wHY Architecture & K. Norman Berry Architects

Architects: wHY Architecture & K. Norman Berry Architects

This project is a 3-story, with basement, addition to the existing museum that was constructed in 1927.  It is designed to be a state-of-the-art facility to house the museum’s growing collection.  

 
 

Kentucky State Police Training Facility

Architect: EOP Architects

Architect: EOP Architects

A $3.0 M facility upgrade consisting of two new structures.  New building 1 houses administrative offices and is framed with a wood truss roof structure supported by load bearing wood stud walls.  New building 2 is a pre-engineered metal building structure with foundations and bay layout designed by Brown+Kubican, PSC.  This building houses classrooms, a cafeteria, and a large open gymnasium style training space.

 
 

Northside Lexington Public Library

Architect: Omni Architects

Architect: Omni Architects

This project consisted of one floor totaling approximately 27,000 sq ft.  It is a steel frame structure utilizing steel joists, joist girders, and steel frame.  The foundation system consists of a combination of drilled piers and shallow spread footings that bear on bedrock.  The slab on grade is supported by a geogrid reinforced soil mat to bridge unsuitable fill that extended down to bedrock.  The lateral force resisting system utilizes concentrically braced frames.