Civic

  • deja vu

    It seems like only yesterday we all braved the winter chill (of 2012) to watch two monstrous concrete members being set into place.  It was an impressive site – a towering crane delicately swinging beams weighing in at 72,000 pounds (EACH) with  laser precision. Well – in the (near) winter of 2016 – Prestress Services […]
  • pedway 2.0

    Eastern Kentucky University recently held their Fall 2016 convocation where all kinds of swanky new projects were announced. But by far the BEST project unleashed on the Colonel Community (in our very biased opinion) was another Pedestrian Bridge to be located between Keene Hall and Alumni Coliseum over the Eastern Bypass. We had such a […]
  • eastbound

    eastbound

    For those of you who didn’t know… I (Joe Rasnick) hail from Pikeville, KY (go Panthers), a fact that clearly makes the following story all the more sweet. Growing up I wouldn’t say I knew I wanted to be an Architect – but I had a pretty strong feeling that’s where I was headed. Fast-forward to college […]
  • big program / Minnie space

    If anyone ever asks you whether or not it’s possible to pack a lot of stuff into a Minnie package, tell them yes… so long as you’re referring to the new Minnie, KY Library. We were honored – nay, pumped – when the Floyd County Library Board asked us to help them determine if they could […]
  • the ridges of madison county

    the ridges of madison county

    Berea, Kentucky will be just a little bit safer, a little more looked after, and a little more populated in the coming months.  After a careful design process, EMS Station #2 is going in the ground. Soon, neighboring residents of Rash Road can rest easy knowing that just a stone’s throw away there are men […]
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