The GRW family, past and present, is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Lyle Wolf. Mr. Wolf helped found the firm in 1965 and served as president from 1967 to 1992.
A dedication held January 3 along the Ohio River at the Port of Ashland, Ashland, KY, celebrated engineering, artistic ability, and generosity. The event focused on three bronze sculptures, which reportedly are among the largest of their type in the United States.
ACEC-Kentucky recognized two GRW-designed projects during its 2020 Engineering Excellence Awards program in November.
The awards went to two long-time GRW clients: the City of Murray, KY, and Louisville-Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District (Louisville MSD).
One of the water resources industry's biggest regional events -- the Kentucky-Tennessee Water Professionals Conference (KY/TN WPC) -- wrapped up its 16th annual conference August 21 in Louisville.
GRW and a number of its professionals took part in and/or were recognized during this year's goings on.
It was a great day for a groundbreaking for the City of Nicholasville's fourth fire station to be built at 785 E. Brannon Road.
GRW was proud to participate with the Nicholasville's Mayor Pete Sutherland, City Commissioner Betty Black, whose administrative areas are police and fire departments, and Fire Chief Mark Case.