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.Read More ›
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.Read More ›
Louisville MSD holds ribbon cutting for new wet weather storage basin.Read More ›
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 professionals.Read More ›
In a 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/Tennessee Section.Read More ›
ACEC-Indiana recognized two 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:Read More ›
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.Read More ›