University of Kentucky New Football Training Center
A new $35.0 M, 108,000 sq ft, 2-story addition located at the south end of the existing Nutter Field House. The project includes state of the art meeting rooms, food service, locker rooms, training/recovery rooms, offices and weight training facilities. It also includes two new practice fields.
The buildings structure is a steel frame utilizing composite steel deck and beams. It is founded on a combination of drilled piers and rock bearing spread footings.
University of Kentucky Renovations to Commonwealth Stadium
Brown + Kubican, PSC, in partnership with HNTB, was selected to provide structural engineering consulting services to the HNTB/Ross Tarrant architectural design team for the expansion and renovation of Commonwealth Stadium at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. The Wildcats will host 8 games this season and will be primed to challenge for the SEC title! It is intended to improve the game day experience of the patrons and the participants and attract quality recruits.
This project consists of the renovation and expansion of Commonwealth Stadium. It is intended to improve the game day experience of the patrons and the participants and attract quality recruits.
Included in the project scope for the stadium is a new precast concrete façade, new club seating, a new club level at the level of the existing press box, a new press box on the south side upper deck, new suites, a new team meeting room, new locker rooms and a new team store. Existing toilet and concessions areas are to be renovated and improved.
The structural engineering consulting services for the project where implemented by two structural engineering firms. HNTB will complete the stadium renovations and additions related to façade, suites, club level, team room, locker rooms and press box. Brown + Kubican, PSC will complete the stadium renovations related to the new team store, graphic panels, loading dock, field lighting and all repairs of the existing structure.
Red Mile Expansion
Kentucky Horse Park Indoor Event Arena
The Indoor Equestrian Event Arena for the Kentucky Horse Park is intended to be a world class indoor equestrian event arena, designed to attract world class equestrian events. It is also designed to serve as a multi-purpose arena for events such as concerts, trade shows and conventions.
University of Kentucky Shively Track & Field
A new $11.0 M state-of-the-art NCAA Competition Track and Field Complex. The complex has four single story masonry buildings, an upper and lower level grandstand, and several concrete retaining walls.
University of Louisville Basketball / Volleyball Practice & Training Facility
The project is a two-story facility housing the University of Louisville men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. The building is a steel framed structure with two full size practice gymnasiums, a full exercise facility, locker rooms, meeting rooms, training rooms, film study cinemas, coaches’ offices and player lounges.
Letcher County Rec Center
The project is a two-story public recreational facility housing two regulation basketball courts, a bowling alley, a rock climbing wall, meeting areas, and exercise areas.
Morgan County Rec Center
This $10.0 M project is a recreation center with fitness, bowling alley, climbing wall, and gymnasium.
Urban Active - Lexington, Kentucky
A 2-story recreational and health facility with aerobics and elevated walking track.
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Eastern Kentucky University Baseball Stadium
A $3.3 M upgrade to the baseball field facilities at Eastern Kentucky University. The upgrade includes a complete demolition and replacement of all existing grandstands and dugouts. The new dugouts will be larger and feature an in-dugout restroom. The new grandstands will allow for greater spectator capacity. Additionally, there will be a new restroom facility, concession stands, and pressbox. Structural construction is primarily cast-in-place concrete for the foundation systems, dugout construction, and field level seating. Load bearing masonry walls capped with precast hollow-core planks are used for the restroom facility. The new concession stand/pressbox structure consists of load bearing masonry walls and a steel framed curved roof.
Eastern Kentucky University Baseball Indoor Training Facility
Eastern Kentucky University Softball Stadium
A $1.6 M upgrade to the softball field facilities at Eastern Kentucky University. The upgrade includes a complete demolition and replacement of all existing grandstands and dugouts. The new dugouts will be larger and feature an in-dugout restroom. The new grandstands will allow for greater spectator capacity. Structural construction is primarily cast-in-place concrete for the foundation systems, dugout construction, and field level seating.
Eastern Kentucky University Softball Indoor Training Facility
Pine Mountain State Resort Park - Historic 3-C Shelter Restoration and Reconstruction
The project consists of selective demolition and reconstruction of the timber roof structure and wood shake roofing for a historic park shelter originally constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps through the US Department of Interior around 1934. The project includes protection and bracing of the existing structure to remain, selective demolition of the existing roofing and timber structure, and new fabrication and installation of an engineered timber structure similar in appearance and construction to the original. The project also includes some minor restoration of the existing stone masonry floor slab, piers, and chimney. New roofing is of wood shake.
Eastern Kentucky University Football Stadium
New construction to the football field (visitor’s side) for Eastern Kentucky University. The project consists of a new locker room and concessions building, a new concourse, and new grandstands. The two-story locker room and concessions/bathrooms building will consist of a long-span roof deck bearing on rolled steel roof beams and girders supported by steel columns. The second floor consists of a composite steel deck on steel beams and girders with several interior and exterior masonry walls. The building’s second floor aligns with the elevation of the concourse. The concourse consists of a cast-in-place concrete slab bearing on steel beams and columns. The grandstands framing will be a pre-engineered hybrid system that bears on concrete piers and walls. The foundation system is a combination of drilled piers and footings bearing on rock.