Hench Named Chief Operating Officer of GRW Aerial Surveys

Rob Hench, one of GRW's longest serving employees, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of GRW Aerial Surveys.

After earning his Bachelor's degree in computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology, he started his career at GRW in 1985. He’s been a GRW employee for more than 32 years.


Versailles WWTP Construction Underway

Construction at the site of the new Versailles Wastewater Treatment Plant in Versailles, KY, kicked off earlier this summer. The City is posting videos of drone flights on a YouTube site set up for the project. Take an a look at the construction progress from back in July. 


New H20 Award Presented to SD1

Sanitation District No. 1 (SD1), a long-time client of GRW, received during the recent Governor’s Local Issues Conference in Louisville one of two H20 Awards honoring exemplary water resources projects funded by the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority (KIA). 2017 is the first year the awards have been presented.


Municipal Building in KY State Capital Opens to Public

An article in The State Journal, Frankfort, KY's, local news source, provided a preview of the new consolidated administration and customer service building for the Frankfort Plant Board.


Remembering Claude Lessig

GRW is mourning the loss of one of GRW’s founding leaders, Claude Lessig. A water resources engineer and GRW senior vice president, Mr. Lessig became the fifth employee of GRW in 1965. He died May 25 at his home in Lexington, KY. 


ASHE Bluegrass Receives Charter

A new section of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) was chartered June 1 in Lexington, KY. 

It's called the Bluegrass section and joins the Derby City section as the second section in Kentucky; it's the seventh section in ASHE's Great Lakes region, which also includes Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois.


Pavoni Named Manager of GRW's Louisville Office

Joe Pavoni, PE, LEED AP, has been promoted to manager of GRW's Louisville office. Joe has been with GRW for 14 years and has more than 18 years of experience. He earned his Master's and Bachelor's degrees in civil engineering at the University of Kentucky.


Engineering Week 2017: A Math Connection

While many people have convinced themselves they’re "not a math person" and are happy to avoid it, most engineers simply can't get enough math. 

And when you're young – and enjoy math – it can be important to remain challenged and inspired by the subject. Finding opportunities to do this is one of the main goals of MATHCOUNTS.