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Luckett & Farley provided architectural, structural engineering, HVAC, plumbing and electrical engineering for the Marathon Refinery.
Luckett & Farley provided architectural, structural engineering, HVAC, plumbing and electrical engineering for the Marathon Refinery.
Luckett & Farley renovated Yum! Brands' existing space into classrooms, a new food court, private dining, dining room, exterior patio, and a plaza connecting to the existing lake. This project included five brand restaurants and a full-service kitchen.
Luckett & Farley has overseen the design of numerous Outback Steakhouse restaurants, including both prototype and renovation projects. Each is approximately 6,100 SF and consists of full-service kitchens and dining areas. The seating capacity averages 230.
Luckett & Farley provided architecture and engineering services for three Texas Roadhouse restaurants in three states. We tweaked the building prototype to accommodate any unique site features such as: special entrance requirements, service drive locations, and utility line entrance points. The building design included architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical disciplines.
Luckett & Farley provided the master plan and design for all phases of a four-phase project for the Kentucky National Guard’s Support Operations Group. We utilized Revit (BIM) software to develop a 3-D building model of the facility to describe and facilitate the architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical coordination of the design.
Shawnee Park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., and the rest shelter, constructed in 1915, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The restoration of this historic structure included an accessible entrance to the building; concrete, plaster and roofing restoration; a new restroom; and site improvements such as new parking and a schematic plan for a picnic grove and playgrounds.
Emerson Park was designed by Luckett & Farley for Louisville Metro Parks as a new corner lot park in Louisville’s Schnitzelburg neighborhood. The park includes a small paved walking path, seating, and a bandstand for concerts and picnic activities for the historic German neighborhood.
Luckett & Farley has a long history at Algonquin Park. This recent restoration included a new walking path and renovated multi-purpose fields for softball, baseball, soccer and football. The existing restroom facility was completely renovated inside and out. We designed a new wood timber bandstand for neighborhood events and concerts.
Luckett & Farley designed a new facility that serves as a regional administrative center for Girl Scout troops, Brownie troops, and Daisy troops across central and western Kentucky and southern Indiana. The new facility provides learning environments for children starting at pre-kindergarten.
This three-story, 39,000 SF administration building serves as the hub of a power plant.
The first floor houses employee facilities including locker rooms and showers for over 120 employees, an exercise room, a large cafeteria with vending and dining facilities, large meeting/training room, and a records room. The second floor includes individual offices around the perimeter, several open work stations in the interior open space, a large records room, several meeting rooms, and auxiliary spaces. The third floor includes executive offices, conference rooms, and auxiliary administrative spaces.
The new $65 million University of Louisville’s Cardinal Stadium expansion further enhances fans’ experience. Over 10,000 additional stadium seats and 1,730 new sheltered loge seats with direct access to the interior loge-level club provide prime views of the game. With the additional stadium seats in the new upper seating bowl along the east side of the stadium, we were able to increase the total stadium seating capacity to approximately 53,600 seats.
This design-build project involved the relocation of the Taco Bell headquarters to a 180,000 SF, five-story building. The new headquarters included a dining center, test kitchens, and corporate services.
Luckett & Farley designed the iconic Twin Spires at Churchill Downs more than 125 years ago. Since then we have continued to design projects large and small at the racetrack, including a new dormitory on the backside, the development of a 10-year master plan for renovations and expansions, and design services for a renovated Gate One, a grand new entrance to the facility. In addition to these projects, Luckett & Farley also designed a $3 million renovation and expansion to the Kentucky Derby Museum which adjoins Gate One.
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 the early 20th-century building with an extensive, low-maintenance green roof utilizing 160 tons of gravel, planting medium, trees, and over 10,000 indigenous plantings on the six-story, 12,000 SF roof. The green roof increases insulation value and decreases storm water runoff while reducing the heat temperature of the roof, mitigating contribution to heat island effect in the city.
Luckett & Farley provided full architectural and engineering design services for this 17,000 SF, $4.7 million facility to accommodate additional maintenance functions for periodic maintenance and bus detailing. The facility also includes maintenance training bays and a second floor with training classrooms and administrative facilities. Sustainable highlights include an extensive green roof, windows, translucent wall panels, and roof skylights for daylighting, daylighting controls, grey water collection system for flushing toilets/urinals, energy efficient VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) mechanical system, and bioswale for storm water quantity and quality management.
Luckett & Farley teamed with Wormhoudt Associates, Inc. to provide design and construction administration services for the Louisville Extreme Sports Park, one of the most renowned skate parks in the country. This extreme games facility offers beginners to professional skaters a challenging course. The ESPN Network has televised national events at this park.
Luckett & Farley managed the design and construction administration including coordinating between each of the design consultants for the project. We provided project management, architectural design, engineering, and cost estimating services throughout the master plan and Phase I design and construction.
Facility 20640 is a three-story building originally constructed in 1964. The facility houses the Air Force Institute of Technology, Graduate School of Engineering and Management. Significant features of the renovation included:
This task performed under an IDIQ AE design contract for Wright-Patterson AFB included design for the renovation of approximately 41,500 SF of space within Facility 30001, a historic 1920s building, for use by the Installation Acquisition Team (IAT), Enterprise Sourcing Group (ESG), a new organization being established at the base. The design included accommodations for secure source selection rooms, private offices, open office administrative support workspace, storage areas, conference rooms (including a 40 person organizational conference room), a large training area, and support space to accommodate a staff of 190.
The design was for the renovation of approximately 40,000 SF of space within Facility 30070 for use by the Global Logistics Support Center (GLSC) at the base.
The design modernizes administrative space in a 1943 structure designed as a structural testing and development laboratory and previously converted to office use. An open plan was used to maximize space utilization and take advantage of ample windows for daylighting to dramatically increase the quality and productivity of the space, replacing the maze of small offices and corridors that had developed over many previous years. Exterior window systems and interior lighting systems were replaced to improve energy efficiency.
Luckett & Farley teamed with the Section 8a JV “TEM-David” to provide architectural and engineering design services for the design and construction of the Air Force Reserve Training Facility at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. The facility serves as the new 927th Air Refueling Wing Headquarters and includes accommodations for the Communications Squadron and Services Flight Training.
This project is the first task on an Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Delivery (IDIQ) contract to provide consolidated battalion and brigade headquarters facilities for the Southwestern Region of the Sacramento District U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. This task order provides a Combat Aviation Brigade, Brigade Headquarters, and Battalion Headquarters facility for Biggs Army Airfield in Ft. Bliss, Texas.
Luckett & Farley designed zero-energy housing for Fort Campbell, the first of its kind on any military installation. The LEED® Platinum, four-bedroom 2,000 SF, energy-free duplexes generate as much electricity as they use over the course of a year. The project team was focused on reducing the energy usage by 50 to 75 percent while also generating power from a self-sufficient source.
Luckett & Farley designed a new sawmill for Brown-Forman Corporation to manufacture staves from American white oak for whiskey barrels. The design included interior and exterior debarking and milling operations, operations offices, and maintenance facilities. Site features include log unloading and storage weight scales, truck circulation roadways, and a pond for log sprinkling operations.
Luckett & Farley provided design services for a new 70,000 SF 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.
Ticona wanted to relocate their headquarters and Research & Development facilities from New Jersey to Kentucky. They reached out to Luckett & Farley to provide master planning and space planning studies for the relocation.
Luckett & Farley has provided architectural and engineering services for a wide range of additions, renovations, and new construction at the Ford Motor Company Kentucky Truck Plant totaling hundreds of millions of dollars and including a five million SF expansion to the Commercial Light Truck Project.
Luckett & Farley has teamed with Ford Motor Company to provide architectural and engineering services for a wide range of additions, renovations, and new construction totaling hundreds of millions of dollars for nearly 30 years. We have been one of a few alliance architecture and engineering firms supporting Ford since 1998.
Luckett & Farley designed a new cooperage plant for Brown-Forman Corporation in Decatur, AL. The new plant building has 156,000 SF manufacturing space and 11,400 SF of modern office space. The plant facility included environmentally controlled toasting room, boiler room, docks, shipping office, etc.
The plant receives white oak staves, which are then raised into a barrel. Then the barrel is toasted and charred in a special process to enhance the flavor and color of the whiskey. The steel hoops are placed and the lids, manufactured on a separate line, are placed on the barrels. Luckett & Farley designed the structure and utilities infrastructure to support all the process requirements. The project also included an extensive sawdust collection and disposal system and several wood drying kilns.
Luckett & Farley worked with the Brown-Forman team to develop a campus of palletized whiskey aging barrel warehouses for their premium bourbon whiskey brand Woodford Reserve near the distillery in pristine surroundings of rolling meadows and horse farms. The project involved the design of four warehouses and a barrel transfer building. Each warehouse is 91,000 SF with clear height to store pallets seven high.
This project included the renovation of two floors along with demolition and new construction for a total traffic network division. The renovation and new construction occurred in four different phases while the current staff stayed in operation. New finishes occurred throughout the entire facility for a complete face-lift.
This project consisted of the renovation of an existing concrete building to house five FM and four AM radio stations, one performance studio, and two television stations, in addition to exhibit space and administrative and sales offices.
The project includes a complete demolition and renovation of the entire tenth floor for the WPIX TV station. The renovation consisted of all new office furniture, finishes, master control room, and mechanical and electrical system throughout the facility. The first floor area was completely renovated to accommodate the new public lobby for WPIX as well as new makeup and dressing rooms for the on-air talent as well as visiting guests.
Luckett & Farley designed iHeart’s new 12,000 SF office/performance studio space at 32 6th Avenue in New York (the historic former home of AT&T).
Located at 32 Avenue of the Americas in the historic AT&T Long Lines Building in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood is Clear Channel’s home for intimate, invitation-only live music performances. The capacity is limited to 200 persons to ensure a once-in-a-lifetime experience for fans.
Community Park Student Housing, a 348-bed housing complex, is the third phase of a privatized housing agreement. The building is situated around a central courtyard with picnic areas.
Initially, Indiana University Southeast was a commuter campus without any on-campus housing. To increase enrollment and develop the student experience, the university hired Luckett & Farley to conduct a student housing study and establish appropriate site locations for on-campus facilities. The project included locating dormitory buildings, parking lots, pedestrian corridors, conceptual landscape design, and site renderings.
Luckett & Farley formed a team to provide privatized housing for the Metropolitan College at the University of Louisville. This included a developer, operator, and contractor to provide turn-key services for a privately-held housing facility on campus.
Luckett & Farley provided architecture, engineering, interior design, and construction administration services for the renovation of Dana Residence Hall, a student housing facility built in 1960. The facility received LEED Gold certification.
Luckett & Farley designed a new baseball stadium for the University of Louisville near the football stadium, also designed by Luckett & Farley. It is a popular facility for the team and fans. Areas of the stadium include:
Luckett & Farley designed this outdoor sanctuary and sculpture garden honoring nurse Anne Stuart Robinson who worked at the hospital for 30 years. Friends, family, and co-workers cooperated to bring the healing garden to fruition after Anne lost her battle with cancer in 2014. Annie’s Garden is designed with colors, patterns, lighting, and focal points that add texture and warmth to the space.
Luckett & Farley provided full design services for this new 45,000 SF facility in the Norton Commons village community development in eastern Jefferson County, Kentucky. The design includes a pool area, fitness area, walking track, group workout room, locker rooms, teen area, child care, and offices. We designed the building to connect to a Jefferson County Public School with a gymnasium so both users could share both facilities. Attention has been paid to the building’s design to reflect the traditional flavor of the surrounding Norton Commons community.
Luckett & Farley provided design services for the new 52-bed healthcare center that replaces the existing hospital and its components. The new facility features geothermal heating and cooling, design by Luckett & Farley. The former facility needed to be upgraded to elevate the quality of life in Flemingsburg as well as support the growth of the local economy. Not only was the hospital finished in a timely fashion, Value Engineering saved the hospital $900,000. This was used to add a servery and MRI suite. MRI services were not available previously. The focus of this facility was outpatient care, all private patient rooms, and adding cancer care, orthopedics, and rehabilitation services. Additional design considerations address ADA and HIPPA regulations.
Luckett & Farley provided full-service architectural, engineering, and interior design services for the development of construction documents and for construction administration for an entirely new campus for Home of the Innocents. The conceptual design was provided by another consultant.
Luckett & Farley provided full design services for this new medical office building. The facility features diagnostic imaging services, including diagnostic radiology and CT scans, with space to add mammography, DEXA bone mineral density scanning and diagnostic ultrasound, physical therapy, and RENEW Aesthetics Center. The building was constructed using several green construction concepts, including geothermal heating and cooling and other structural design and construction methods to optimize insulation and save on energy costs.
Luckett & Farley provided the design of a new health center to serve Bowling Green and Warren County residents. The clinical component includes 18 exam rooms for 6 providers, central nurse station and laboratory, triage and additional support space. The dental operatory includes a 4-bay open area concept and a special procedure room equipped with radiographic capabilities. The administrative area includes executive offices, social workers, case workers, translators, billing and education functions. Future horizontal as well as vertical expansion is designed into
Luckett & Farley provided architecture and engineering services for the complete renovation of the existing Brown Cancer Center into a state-of-the-art outpatient cancer treatment facility complete with academic and research space. The renovation of the first floor includes breast care screening and diagnostic services, Mint Jubilee Cancer Awareness, and dental oncology. The renovation of the second floor includes a medical oncology clinic and academic offices, bone marrow laboratory, and pharmacy. The third floor renovation includes a multi-disciplinary clinic, GYN oncology, and GYN academic offices.
Luckett & Farley provided architecture, engineering, and interior design services for the design of the Employee Wellness Center renovation project on the University of Kentucky campus. The design includes a fitness area for exercise equipment, machines, and weights; locker rooms with toilets and showers; offices; check in; and mechanical and electrical space.
Luckett & Farley developed a comprehensive program for the School of Dentistry Renewal Master Plan. This fast track project was a $43 million renovation of the 34-year-old, 200,000 SF teaching, clinical, and research facility located on the Health Sciences Campus. The newly modernized facility educates and trains dental students on the latest clinical procedures.