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.
GRW’s flight crews spent time this fall collecting imagery of the hurricane damage in Florida and Georgia.
From October 11, the day after Hurricane Michael hit the Gulf coast, to October 18, GRW’s flight crews flew 140 miles of the Gulf coast, the Laguna Beach area, the Santa Rosa Beach area, and -- one of the hardest hit areas -- Panama City.
Between raindrops on March 29, Comprehend held a ground-breaking ceremony the expansion of its facilities in Maysville, KY. GRW is working with the behavioral healthcare service provider to design the 25,303 SF facility intended to improve care for clients, employees, as well as the community; plans include a conference area where training can be conducted.
ACEC-Kentucky recognized three GRW-designed project with Grand Awards as part of its 2018 Engineering Excellence Awards program in March. The winning projects:
GRW is leading the design of a new three-story, 300,000-square-foot, correctional facility for the Escambia County Corrections Department. This approximately $130-million, two-phase, design-build project being built on a 19-acre property adjacent to the existing 1980s-era jail near downtown Pensacola, FL.