This year marks the 47th year in a row GRW has been named to the Top 500 Design Firms. 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, and data for industry professi
GRW is pleased to welcome Cory Sharrard, PE, LEED AP, to our Lexington office. She joins the team as our new Director of Mechanical Engineering.
Cory earned bachelor of science degrees in industrial technology from Murray State University and in mechanical engineering from the University of Kentucky.
In his recent report published in the spring 2019 issue of Straight from the Tap, David Osborne, PE, discusses the state of water loss -- also known as non-revenue water -- in Kentucky and Tennessee. Straight from the Tap is a publication of American Water Works Association Kentucky/Tennesee Section.
Mitch Long, PLS, CP, GISP, has been named GRW’s newest Vice President. Mitch is an accomplished geospatial services professional with more than 28 years of experience, including 17 with GRW. He’s a registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) in Kentucky, as well as a Certified Photogrammetrist (CP), and Geographic Information System Professional (GISP).
ACEC-Indiana recognized three GRW-designed projects as State Finalists during its 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards program in March.
The awards went to two long-time GRW clients; we’ve been working with both Fall Creek and Twin Lakes since 2004:
Joe Pavoni is the first GRW employee to earn the designation Assoc. DBIA (Associate Design-Build Professional) by successfully completing the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA)’s comprehensive education, training, and certification testing program.
GRW’s flight crews spent time this fall collecting imagery of the hurricane damage in Florida and Georgia.
From October 11, the day after Hurricane Michael hit the Gulf coast, to October 18, GRW’s flight crews flew 140 miles of the Gulf coast, the Laguna Beach area, the Santa Rosa Beach area, and -- one of the hardest hit areas -- Panama City.