Frankfort Office Building
A new 5-story steel frame office building with precast concrete and storefront facade. The facility, for the Kentucky state government, was designed and constructed in 18 months.
Kentucky State Police Training Facility
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.
Kentucky International Convention Center
This project consists of partial demolition of the west wing of the convention center, and a predominantly vertical expansion to accommodate additional exhibit and prefunction space plus new mechanical and roof structure. New structural construction will be mainly of structural steel with concrete slab on composite floor deck. Many existing foundations will be resupported and reinforced with piles to carry additional load. Likewise, new construction will require new shallow bearing spread footings and deep cast-in-place piles. Long roof spans will be created with a system of custom structural steel long-span trusses. The convention center spans Third Street between Jefferson and Market streets and its renovation is critical for Louisville to retain and grow its share of the lucrative trade show and convention business.
Capital Plaza Office Building - Frankfort, Kentucky
A new $70.0 M, 5-story, 371,000 sq ft steel frame office building for the Kentucky State Government. This is a design-build lease back project. The floor structure consists of composite floor deck supported by steel beams and columns, with steel bar joists at the roof. The lateral system utilizes steel bracing. The exterior façade of the building is precast concrete panels and curtainwall. The structure bears on rock using concrete spread footings or concrete grade beams and drilled piers.