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.

This project is an entirely new campus for the Home. Phase I of this project included the demolition of 15 acres of buildings, formerly with the Bourbon Stockyards, which had contaminated and hazardous materials.

The new campus contains two operating units– a pediatric convalescent center for children needing continuous nursing supervision and an emergency shelter for children temporarily without a home. The first phase of the project, completed in 2004, included 8 interconnected structures and the overall site development at a cost of approximately $17,000,000. The second phase, currently under construction, includes 5 free standing structures and associated sitework.

"Our experience with Luckett & Farley on the $25 million Phase I of the children’s village was very favorable. It is clear from our experience that Luckett & Farley is very experienced with a great deal of depth to your professional team that enables you to manage our project mostly in house."

Gordon Brown
Home of the Innocents

Project Details


Home of the Innocents

Construction Value

$17 million- phase I

$28 million- phase II

Date Completed

December , 2004 - phase I

Fall, 2009 - phase II

Services Provided



Interior Design

Master Planning