Electrical Engineering

Our electrical engineering staff utilizes advanced technology and software to create design solutions with energy efficiency, practicality and owner usability in mind. Our professional credentials include PE, LEED AP, Lighting Certified (LC) Professional, and Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD).

Our electrically design professionals routinely create solutions for the following:

  • Building and Site Power Distribution Systems
  • Medium Voltage Substations and Distribution (overhead and underground)
  • Standby and Emergency Power Systems
  • Lighting Systems – Daylighting, Advanced Lighting Controls, Site Lighting
  • Life Safety/ Fire Alarm Systems
  • Sustainable Energy Systems
  • Telecommunications – Data Centers, Structured Cabling Systems
  • Security Systems – Access Control, CCTV
  • Audio/Visual Systems - Paging, CATV, Nurse Call, Synchronized Clock Systems
  • Facility Assessments

Related Projects

University of Kentucky Softball Stadium

Luckett & Farley is providing architecture and engineering services for the replacement and renovation of the University of Kentucky Softball Complex. The project includes replacement of the existing portable seating sections with new treads and risers from end to end of the dugouts that will provide approximately 400-600 new fixed chair back seats, and a [more...]

Clear Channel Media + Entertainment Office & Studio Renovation

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...]

Aspen Creek

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...]

Commonwealth Office of Technology Data & Computing Center

  The computer center serves multiple users throughout the Commonwealth, including the police and the lottery. Recent computer purchases have nearly exhausted the UPS and HVAC infrastructures. Luckett & Farley was commissioned to assess the existing equipment and make recommendations for upgrades to provide redundancy and accommodate future computer purchases. Initial recommendations were: Remove office [more...]

Shawnee Library Addition and Renovation

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...]

University of Louisville Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Football Training Facility

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

University of Louisville Jim Patterson Baseball Stadium

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...]

KIA Training Center

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...]

Ticona Plastics New Headquarters and Research Development

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...]

Louisville Metro Government Metro Development Center Green Roof

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...]

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Medium-Voltage Design: For Experienced Electrical Engineers Only

At Luckett & Farley, our electrical engineers are sometimes called upon to provide medium-voltage (MV) design for systems. If you have zero experience, MV design can be intimidating. After all, electrical engineers designing for anything beyond 600 volts is a fairly new concept. From a recent Consulting-Specifying Engineer web article: Until recently, engineers didn’t work too [more...]

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Grounding & Bonding is oftentimes overlooked, but is an extremely important aspect of proper building design, as most power quality and safety issues arise from misapplication of grounding requirements.  A proper grounding system design will ensure equipment protection, personnel safety, lightning dissipation, electrostatic discharge (ESD), and reduce signal noise in electronic equipment.  In 1893, the [more...]

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So how do owners guarantee that the design firm they hired provides designs for buildings and building systems that meet the minimum requirements defined by law?  It starts with code compliance. The International Mechanical Code (IMC) has “code” in the title, so it’s obviously a code, correct? Not quite. Unless the IMC has been adopted [more...]

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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...]

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Have you ever considered making drastic improvements to your facility? I’m talking about the kind of improvements that update facility infrastructure, improve efficiency, and provide greater flexibility in order to grow and adapt to the ever-changing economy of your market. Recently Ford Motor Company’s Louisville Assembly Plant started full production on the new Ford Escape. [more...]

LED Lighting

Making the Season Bright (and Green)

Light-emitting-diode (LED): a semiconductor diode that emits light when an electric current is applied in the forward direction of the device, as in the simple LED circuit. The effect is a form of electroluminescence where incoherent and narrow-spectrum light is emitted from the p-n junction in a solid state material. Sound a bit confusing? You’re [more...]

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