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Luckett & Farley can improve your working environment for light and heavy industrial manufacturing facilities. We provide architectural and engineering services for industrial clients throughout the country.
Specializing in complex building design, we can also provide design and/or construction services for pre-engineered buildings to meet your needs. Services also include site and infrastructure planning and design.
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...]
Representatives from Louisville Distlling Company asked Luckett & Farley to submit a concept and proposal for a new microdistillery in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The facility was intended to be the new home to a rising star in the world of bourbon, called Angel’s Envy. The brand’s story to stardom is as good as the product itself. To manifest the story into [more...]
Luckett & Farley recently had the privilege to design a sawmill facility for one of our long-standing clients. During its design, we faced a challenge from the state fire marshal’s office (the authority having jurisdiction) regarding the building occupancy classification. The fire marshal had seen some horrible conditions in other sawmills and was strongly leaning [more...]
Sometimes in a project meeting an architect finds himself on the receiving end of criticism, whether he/she legitimately deserves it or not. It’s just part of the job. Now, how he/she chooses to respond to it reveals the character and integrity of the architect – which ultimately may determine how long he’s in business. So [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...]
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...]
What do you call a project involving a steam chamber, a web of structural steel, confined spaces, and zero time? Some might say that’s a nightmare; we call it an opportunity to implement new solutions. Luckett & Farley’s structural engineers were approached by its “raw-materials-producer” client to assist with installing new platforms and ladders for maintenance [more...]
Luckett and Farley Structural has been working tirelessly with one of our clients to address certain corrosion issues they’ve been having at their facility. We all know that concrete cracks; well, carbon steel rusts. But the processes within their 2002 industrial building exposes the structure to the double whammy of extreme heat and steam, occurring in hot-cold cycles throughout [more...]
A strange consequence of this disappointing economy we’re experiencing has been the immense activity seen in the Commercial and Industrial markets. The advent of competitive lease rates has forged increased movement from companies finding it wise to either relocate or purchase a building. Like the housing market, the cost of purchasing (even with the improvement [more...]
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