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Ed Jerdonek, President and CEO of Luckett & Farely, served as moderator for the Leadership Southern Indiana Breakfast Series on December 6, 2012. The video can be seen below. Produced by Floyd Central High School WNAS Radio/TV
By: AutoDesk The Firm Founded in 1853, Luckett & Farley is the largest architectural firm in Kentucky and one of the oldest continuing design practices in the United States. Today, the employee-owned, multidisciplinary firm offers clients in the public and private sectors a broad range of services, including architecture, engineering, interior design, and construction management. [more...]
BusinessFirstofLouisville.com Accounting firm Harding, Shymanski & Co. was a central business district tenant with a lease coming due, a need for more space and a desire to remain downtown. “We have a cultural commitment to the city,” said Scott Olinger, vice president in charge of the Louisville office, “and it’s convenient for our Indiana people.” [more...]
Rendering from UK Athletics, Luckett & Farley Architecture. kyforward.com Initial plans are being developed for the new Kentucky men’s and women’s soccer facilities at the UK Soccer Complex, the school announced Wednesday morning. UK has been working with Luckett & Farley, the largest architectural firm in Kentucky, in the designs of the new state-of-the-art facility [more...]
Courier – Journal – Louisville, Ky. This month the Kentucky Society of Architects announced awards to eight architectural projects recognize their excellence in architectural design or technical merit. The organization, which is a chapter of The American Institute of Architects, presented the awards during a ceremony last week. The following projects received Honor Awards for [more...]
Construction of the Norton Commons YMCA designed by Luckett & Farley is currently underway. This week the facility’s neighbors came out for a tour of the progress and preview of what will be Louisville’s “most modern” YMCA branch. The grand opening is planned for early 2013. Read the full Courier-Journal article.
Daily Journal of Commerce – Oregon POSTED: Friday, March 2, 2012 at 10:44 AM PT BY: Reed Jackson Clear Channel Communications, a media conglomerate based in San Antonio, Texas, is planning a major project to convert two floors of a Tigard business building into a hub for its nine Oregon radio stations. The Triangle Pointe [more...]
Luckett & Farley is featured in ARCHITECT magazine’s feature story highlighting the paradigm shift of traditional architecture and engineering “sweat shops” to morale-boosting work environments that attract and cultivate top talent. As the only A/E firm in Kentucky to be recognized a Top Louisville Employer by Louisville Magazine, a Top Work Places by the Courier-Journal [more...]
Luckett & Farley was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky 2012. This marks the fourth year in a row that Luckett & Farley has won this distinction. The awards program was created in 2005 and is a project of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky Society for Human [more...]
Luckett & Farley, Kentucky’s largest and oldest architecture and engineering firm, announces today that it has become a one hundred percent, employee-owned ESOP company. Today, during Luckett & Farley’s regularly-scheduled monthly Staff Meeting, the firm’s President and CEO, Ed Jerdonek, made the announcement to the packed meeting room which included the consultants who assisted Jerdonek [more...]
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