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 ›
GRW used its Vexcel cameras in October to collect imagery of hurricane damage in Florida and Georgia.Read More ›
Bob Smallwood receives 2018 UK Civil Engineering Achievement Award.Read More ›
ACEC-Kentucky recognized three GRW-designed projects with Engineering Excellence Grand Awards.Read More ›
GRW is leading the design of a new 300,000 SF, approximately $130-million, correctional facility for Escambia County, Fl.Read More ›
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.Read More ›
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.Read More ›