Louisville-based CBS station WLKY reported on a project GRW designed for the Louisville-Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District. The Clifton Heights Wet Weather Flow Storage and Pumping Facilities is one of several wet weather storage facilities the Louisville MSD is "building throughout the city to avoid raw sewage from mixing with storm water during heavy rains."
Every two weeks, Herald-Leader columnist Tom Martin interviews local business people for his Q&A that appears every two weeks in the newspaper's Business Monday section.
GRW, one of the largest engineering, architecture, and geospatial consulting firms based in Kentucky, has appointed Brad Montgomery, PE, as its new president. Joining the firm in 1982, Montgomery was named a vice president in 1998, and placed in charge of GRW’s Louisville office in 2003.
A new facility on the campus of Berea College in Berea, KY, is being promoted not only as an educational space that benefits the college, but one that also helps teach the community, including elementary and high school students, about the Berea College Forest.
At the American Council of Engineering Companies of Kentucky (ACEC-KY)’s recent annual meeting, GRW’s Brad Montgomery was sworn in as the organization’s president of the Executive Board for 2016-2017. In this role, he will help ACEC-KY promote increased quality of service and performance in the engineering industry.
The exterior shell is complete and the roofing system is nearing completion at the new Frankfort Plant Board (FPB) Administration Building in Frankfort, Kentucky. The project team has scheduled substantial completion for fall 2016, bringing the project closer to offering improved customer service to FPB clients.
2016 marks the 44th consecutive year GRW has been ranked among the top 500 design firms in the United States. The annual Top 500 Design Firms ranking is provided by Engineering News Record, one of the industry's premier publications, providing the engineering and construction news, analysis, commentary and data that industry professionals need.