3rd & York

Jan 26, 2021 8:49:54 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Procurement, Structural Engineering, Corporate Commercial & Hospitality, Office, Renovation

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To support their company culture of collaboration and discovery, Luckett & Farley’s architects, interior designers, and engineers transformed an abandoned auto repair facility into their modern headquarters.

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WKU Commons at Helm Library

Jan 26, 2021 8:46:27 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Higher Education, Procurement, Engineering, Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Services, Libraries, Renovation, Historic Preservation, Visualization, Classrooms

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The Commons at Helm Library is the complete renovation and transformation of the three-story Margie Helm Library at Western Kentucky University. The unique program considers the evolution of the library in current academia and rethinks the relationship between social and intellectual spaces in a larger campus ecosystem.

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Murray State University, J.H. Richmond Hall Renovation

Jan 26, 2021 8:45:26 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Higher Education, Structural Engineering, Construction Administration, Site Study, Visualization, Student Housing

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Luckett & Farley provided full design services for the renovation and reconstruction of the 266-bed facility that suffered an explosion in 2017 resulting in the demolition of approximately 40% of the building.

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Donan Engineering Co., Inc. New Headquarters & Office Building

Jan 25, 2021 4:54:21 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Architecture, Corporate Commercial & Hospitality, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Featured, Landscape Architecture, home-featured, Office

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Luckett & Farley designed this 36,000 SF new office building to support the operations of a national forensic engineering firm. Since the building is on a 2.7-acre site, we also designed parking lots, sidewalk connections, and a multi-story patio and deck area overlooking the adjacent lake. Our civil engineering work included water and sanitary sewer utilities, as well as grading and storm drainage.

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Eurofins Office and Laboratory Facility

Jun 25, 2020 6:14:53 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Industrial, Engineering, Structural Engineering, Architecture, MEP, Corporate Commercial & Hospitality, Office, Laboratories

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This 60,000 SF two-story, tilt-up concrete building is used to house biological manufacturing processes including offices, shipping/receiving, laboratories, chemical warehousing, etc. Four unique laboratories were programmed and designed to facilitate & optimize operations. A separate hazardous materials storage building was also designed and permitted separately so as to not delay construction. This project was executed using the design-build delivery method.

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Cardinal Stadium Expansion

Jun 25, 2020 2:25:55 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Higher Education, Structural Engineering, Sports Facility

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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.

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Woodford Reserve Distillery - Barrel Warehouse

Jun 25, 2020 11:22:50 AM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Engineering, Structural Engineering, Distilled Spirits, Distillery

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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.

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Jack Daniel’s Distillery Campus

Jun 11, 2020 1:44:08 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Structural Engineering, Distilled Spirits, Distillery

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Luckett & Farley designed the first phase of a new greenfield multi-level distillery for production of whiskey for Jack Daniel Distillery Campus. This project is the first phase of a $100 million expansion by Brown-Forman. The process included grain handling and mixing operations, yeasting, mash cooking, fermenting, charcoal mellowing, scale house, distillery, and barrel fill operations. This phase of the distillery featured fourteen 40,000-gallon fermenter tanks and fourteen 3,500-gallon charcoal mellowing vats with expansion of four times this amount planned to complete the campus.

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