Construction on the 22-million gallon wet weather flow storage and 56-million gallon per day pumping facilities adjacent to the Town Branch Wastewater Treatment Plant in Lexington, KY, is underway. GRW completed the design and is providing construction phase services for Phase 1 of the project.
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 leaders discuss details with writer Robin Roenker about the high demand for new construction in the state, and how it is affecting their various industry sectors.
Among the recent projects keeping GRW engineers, architects, and geospatial professionals busy is the 22-million gallon wet weather flow storage and pumping (56 MGD) facilities adjacent to the Town Branch Wastewater Treatment Plant in Lexington, KY. GRW recently completed the design and is currently providing construction phase services for Phase 1 of the project for the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government. In addition to the above photo, a few additional construction photos of the project are posted on the Lexington Herald-Leader's website.
In the commercial/industrical sector, GRW also provided architectural and engineering services for Rocky Mountain ATV/MC's 65,000 SF distribution warehouse addition at the Winchester-Clark County Industrial Park in Winchester, KY.
Read the entire Lane Report article here: http://www.lanereport.com/55420/2015/10/construction-spike-creating-a-backlog-for-designers-and-builders/