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The Civil Engineering Department at Luckett & Farley has experience nationwide. Project types include historic Olmsted city parks in Louisville, sports fields and recreation areas, natural preservation areas, urban settings, veterans cemeteries and multi-facility campuses. Our team has also incorporated design strategies for anti-terrorism force protection (AT/FP) for military bases and other government facilities. We are also familiar with various agency requirements and permitting regulations to help ensure a proper start to a project.
Every member of our Civil Engineering Department is a LEED accredited professional and utilizes the latest sustainable design techniques.
Luckett & Farley provided services for this project located in a historic building that was formerly an AT&T headquarters. It is now the new home of Clear Channel’s New York FM operations, a complex consisting of 29 studios. Five stations occupy 120,000 square feet of the second, third and fourth floors. Three of the stations [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided site, structural, architectural, mechanical, plumbing and electrical design services for Aspen Creek Restaurant in Fayetteville, North Carolina, This restaurant was modeled conceptually in 3D and developed for construction documents utilizing Revit building information modeling software. The facility supports approximately 100 diners and a full service kitchen with multiple hoods, cooking, food [more...]
Luckett and Farley provided architectural and engineering services for the renovation of and addition to the Shawnee Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library. The project calls for the creation of “an inspiring Community Gathering Place, a building welcoming to all age groups, a flexible and sustainable building,” and “a building that fosters creativity.” The [more...]
The training facility, designed and constructed at the same time as the new football stadium, includes the following features: A 9,600sf Strength Training A 5,500sf Rehab Area 120 Team Lockers 3 Practice Fields Academic Hall for Student Athletes UofL Football Hall of Fame Head Coach’s Office, Recruiting Lounge & Players’ Lounge
A new baseball stadium was designed for the University of Louisville. Sited near the football stadium, also designed by Luckett & Farley, it is a popular facility for the team and fans. Areas of the stadium include: 1,500 seat capacity, expandable to 2,500 seats Artificial turf playing surface including base paths Chair-back seating Concessions areas [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided design services for a new 70,000sf training center that includes classrooms and lab space for instruction programs in industrial systems technology, Programming Logic Computer systems technology (PLC), robotics technology, and machine tool technology. Also included in the facility is a multi-purpose conference center to accommodate 500 persons, and a media/resource center. [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided master planning and space planning studies for the relocation of Ticona’s headquarters and R&D facilities from New Jersey to Kentucky. Following the master planning, costing and approval phase, Luckett & Farley provided A/E design and construction administration services for the 125,000sf building that was added to an existing manufacturing site. The [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided architectural and engineering design services for master planning and design of Phase I construction for the State Veterans Cemetery located in Grant County, Kentucky. Phase I consists of approximately 35 acres of the 100 acre site and includes a total interment capacity for 5,748 burial sites. The burial sites include standard [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided architectural and engineering design services for master planning and design of Phase I construction for the development of a State Veterans Cemetery located in Hardin County, Kentucky. Phase I was constructed on approximately 50 acres of the 98 acres site, and included a total internment capacity for 6,100 burial sites. Burial [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided design services for Louisville Metro’s first green vegetative roof. On the Metro Development 444 South Fifth Street building, this project replaces the existing built up roof on an early 20th century building with an extensive low maintenance green roof utilizing 160 tons of gravel, planting medium, trees and over 10,000 indigenous [more...]
We have a saying here at Luckett & Farley: ‘we deliver at the speed of x-cubed…with quality driving the deliverable.’ The term “Fast-Paced Project” doesn’t raises eye-brows or serve as an excuse for mediocrity…we call this “normal.” As was alluded in a previous post, Luckett & Farley utilizes technology to deliver infrastructure solutions to our clients. [more...]
Hitch in the Giddy Up What do you mean there are no catch basins in the entire parking lot?! This predicament at the Ford Louisville Assembly Plant (LAP) was more than troubling to a Luckett & Farley engineer. It was puzzling. So then how does —? You mean all the rain just —? And so [more...]
“Are you a Leader or a Follower?” When you think about that question, you first need something by which to gauge your response. You could read the latest best seller on leadership skills or watch the hottest new self-help video. Personally, I prefer to study past leaders to see how they lived and try to [more...]
The area of pervious pavement under construction at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry The University of Louisville School of Dentistry renovation features new pervious pavement, one of the largest applications in the region. Luckett & Farley, Architects and Engineers is responsible for the facility’s current renovation. Traditional asphalt pavement was replaced with pervious [more...]
Are you considering a major landscape project? Perhaps a lawn renovation? How can your project become greener? Think sustainability! Most people associate energy efficient with hybrid cars, geothermal energy to heat and cool our homes, high efficiency HVAC systems, alternative fuels, etc. These ideas are more commercialized by product manufacturers through advertisements. There are many [more...]
In today’s sustainable design environment there are a lot of ways you can “green” your facility. Often overlooked, however, are opportunities outside your facility. In a process called sustainable development, economic, environmental and social policy areas are evaluated to create the most optimal development plan. Think for a minute about conventional concrete used for parking [more...]
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