GRW Helps Prep for Breeders Cup

Keeneland, the Bluegrass Region’s premiere thoroughbred horse racing facility, has been preparing for the 2015 Breeders Cup for the last couple of years. It's one of the world's most prestigious thoroughbred horse-racing events and will take place at the Lexington, KY, racetrack October 30 and 31.


GRW's Gilkerson in Lane Report

Ron Gilkerson, president of GRW, led off comments included in The Lane Report's article, "Construction Spike Creating a Backlog for Designers and Builders." Gilkerson and other area design consultants and construction industry leade


Murray WWTP Improvements

The City of Murray, KY, a GRW client since 1978, is embarking on a project to improve its wastewater treatment plant and prepare it to keep up with the rapid growth the area has seen in recent years. 


GRW Welcomes David Humlong

GRW is pleased to welcome David Humlong, AIA, LEED AP, to GRW's Lexington office. He joins the firm's architectural design division. A bachelor of architecture graduate of the University of Kentucky, David has more than 29 years of experience involving all phases of design and construction administration.


Celebrating a New Building

Improvements are in store for customers of the Frankfort Plant Board (FPB) once the utility company’s new, GRW-designed, administration building is complete. 


FBOP’s First LEED Gold USP

The United States Penitentiary (USP) at Yazoo City, MS, was recently awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, the first LEED Gold USP in the Federal Bureau of Prison (FBOP)’s system.


GRW Adds Athletic Field to Résumé

GRW is part of the design-build team, led by Vescio's SportsFields, selected to complete the installation of the new synthetic turf field at the University of Kentucky’s Commonwealth Stadium.


Dirt is Back at Keeneland's Track

Keeneland, a Thoroughbred horse racing facility and auction company located in Lexington, KY, opened its new dirt racing surface for training on August 28, 2014. The extensive renovation project, which began May 19, 2014, with the removal of 16,000 tons of Polytrack surface, followed a yearlong planning and research period.