News

Jun
05

GRW Names New Vice Presidents

Greg Gabbard, Joe Pavoni, Jimmy Piper, Wayne Roberts, and Darren Wells have recently been named GRW Vice Presidents. This achievement is an acknowledgement of these five professionals' varied contributions to the firm.

May
31

Midway University Honors GRW's Lyle Wolf

Midway University's sixth annual Spotlight Awards ceremony included a special member of the GRW team, the firm's second president Lyle Wolf; he served as GRW’s presi

May
30

Congratulations to Kentucky's 2019 SJWP Winners

No one can say Louisville high school students Jane Hu and Ellie Hummel don't take water or science seriously. This week they won Kentucky's 2019 Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP) for their water-related research. 

May
23

Louisville MSD Holds Ribbon Cutting for Clifton Heights Basin

On May 22, Louisville MSD held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate a key part of the utility company's program to control sewer overflows and improve water quality in Louisville and Jefferson County. GRW provided design and construction phase services for the Clifton Heights wet weather storage basin that encomp

May
06

GRW Ranked Among Top 500 Design Firms by Engineering News Record

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 professi

May
01

GRW Welcomes Cory Sharrard

GRW is pleased to welcome Cory Sharrard, PE, LEED AP, to our Lexington office. She joins the team as our new Director of Mechanical Engineering. 

Cory earned bachelor of science degrees in industrial technology from Murray State University and in mechanical engineering from the University of Kentucky. 

Apr
30

The State of Water Loss in Kentucky and Tennessee

In his recent 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/Tennesee Section.

Apr
05

Mitch Long Promoted to GRW Vice President

Mitch Long, PLS, CP, GISP, has been named GRW’s newest Vice President.  Mitch is an accomplished geospatial services professional with more than 28 years of experience, including 17 with GRW. He’s a registered Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) in Kentucky, as well as a Certified Photogrammetrist (CP), and Geographic Information System Professional (GISP).