City of Fulton

Jan 26, 2021 4:10:42 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Master Planning, Civic

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The master plan for the City of Fulton parks involved the evaluation of six park sites within the city boundary. The project involved working with the community and the parks board to determine program elements for each park and further providing visualizations and video flyovers to generate enthusiasm within the community and assist in fundraising. The goal for these parks was to preserve and enhance existing parks within the city while responding to current outdoor recreation trends in a sustainable and fiscally responsible manner.

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Louisville Visual Art

Jan 26, 2021 8:50:49 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Civic, Visualization

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This renovated warehouse will become the first permanent home for staff and artists of Louisville Visual Art, which “has been improving lives through visual art education, community outreach, and artist engagement since 1909.” In addition to giving this organization the space it needs to thrive, it establishes a creative hub as part of the revitalization of the historic Portland neighborhood. 

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Shawnee Outdoor Learning Center

Jan 26, 2021 8:48:24 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Civic, Parks, Visualization

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Luckett & Farley provided full design services for this new two-story nature center in Shawnee Park in Louisville, KY. The building extends over the floodplain on piers and is designed to handle flooding as the Ohio River rises. This elevation provides access to the tree canopies and a great view down the Ohio River. The site design includes adjoining gardens, nature play, and outdoor classrooms intended to serve the students and visitors.

The building will serve multiple programmatic purposes, but primarily functions to provide classroom and outdoor spaces for children on field trips. The entry area and gallery will serve as community spaces and include a rock climbing wall and art exhibit. Its green roof will serve as a public gathering space as well. The building will house offices for the administration running these programs.

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Republic Bank Foundation YMCA

Jan 26, 2021 8:47:11 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Procurement, Engineering, Architecture, Health & Wellness, Programming, Civic, Featured, Site Master Planning, home-featured

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The new Republic Bank Foundation YMCA in West Louisville offers a variety of community services for health, wellness, and education through both standard YMCA programming and partnerships with local organizations sharing the space. This project transformed a former cigarette factory brownfield site to create an all-ages wellness hub that reclaims a neglected lot for the community and reestablishes the urban fabric and pedestrian scale.

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Louisville Free Public Library, Shawnee Library

Jan 25, 2021 4:57:34 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Architecture, Civic, home-featured, Civic Government

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Luckett and Farley worked with Meyer, Scherer, & Rockcastle to provide architectural and engineering services for the renovation of and addition to the Shawnee Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library. The project called 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.”

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Louisville Public Media

Jan 20, 2021 12:12:32 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Interior Design, Corporate Commercial & Hospitality, Civic, Office, Historic Preservation

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Luckett & Farley provided interior design for the renovation of a historic building on 4th Street in Downtown Louisville. The project included private offices, open offices with systems furniture layout and specification, studio spaces with special sound requirements, a large performance area, and reception area. The design also included one large break room designed to be a fun, flexible space with the potential to fit various activities. Notable interior details include a custom casework throughout the facility.

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Veteran's Club Camp Restoration

Jun 25, 2020 11:22:25 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Architecture, Civic, Featured Work, Visualization

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Camp Restoration is a Veteran’s Club development to form a tiny home community providing transitional housing for homeless vets and services to prepare them for independent living. 

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Louisville Bus Stops

Jun 25, 2020 11:17:58 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Architecture, Civic, Design Build

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Luckett & Farley provided design and limited construction services for several bus stops in the Metro area. The two stops we designed were part of the Vision Russell Choice Neighborhood Initiative and sought to provide public artwork, shelter for transit riders, and improved neighborhood safety. The stops were designed with community input to enhance existing high-traffic TARC bus stops. Our design teams developed designs that responded to their context and location.

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Jefferson Memorial Forest Tom Wallace Lake Recreation Area Master Plan

Jun 25, 2020 10:44:24 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Master Planning, Civic, Parks

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The Jefferson Memorial Forest Tom Wallace Lake Recreation Area, comprises approximately 27 acres of Louisville’s Jefferson Memorial Forest, which holds the distinction of being the largest municipal urban forest in the United States. Luckett & Farley oversaw the development of a master plan for the Tom Wallace Lake Recreation Area. Additionally, we provided architecture, engineering, and landscape architecture services as they related to the development of the master plan.

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St. Matthews Fire District, Station Renovation

Jun 25, 2020 6:35:58 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Civic, Federal Government, Renovation

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Luckett & Farley provided full architectural and engineering services, including feasibility study, for the expansion and renovation of St. Matthews Fire District Station Two facility on Brownsboro Road.

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Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central

Jun 25, 2020 6:05:22 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Civic, Federal Government, Parks

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Luckett & Farley provided architectural and engineering design services for master planning and design of Phase I construction for the development of a state veterans cemetery. The cemetery is on approximately 98 acres near Fort Knox.

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Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Headquarters Building

Jun 25, 2020 2:41:57 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Corporate Commercial & Hospitality, Programming, Civic, Zoning Assistance, Move Management

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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.

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Louisville Metro Government, Metro Development Center Green Roof

Jun 25, 2020 1:37:36 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Civil Engineering, Sustainability, Civic, Civic Government

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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.

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Transit Authority of River City Maintenance Annex and Training Facility

Jun 25, 2020 1:27:39 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Sustainability, Civic

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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.

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Louisville X-treme Sports Park

Jun 25, 2020 1:18:18 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Civil Engineering, Construction Administration, Civic, Cost Estimating, Parks

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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.

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Norton Commons YMCA

Jun 25, 2020 9:39:06 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Programming, Civic, Site Master Planning

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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.

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