News

Dec
03

GRW Achieves Green Check Certification

Earlier this year, GRW made strides toward using sustainable practices in and around our office in Lexington, KY -- and in the process became a bronze level Green Check member.

Nov
19

Kentucky APWA Recognizes Three GRW Projects

The Kentucky Chapter of the APWA (American Public Works Association) recognized three GRW-designed projects during its 2019 State Conference in Louisville titled, “Our Aging Infrastructure.”

Nov
14

Two GRW Clients Recognized with ACEC-KY Awards

ACEC-Kentucky recognized two GRW-designed projects during its 2020 Engineering Excellence Awards program in November. 

The awards went to two long-time GRW clients: the City of Murray, KY, and Louisville-Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District (Louisville MSD).

Aug
26

Wrap-Up: 2019 Water Professionals Conference

One of the water resources industry's biggest regional events -- the Kentucky-Tennessee Water Professionals Conference (KY/TN WPC) -- wrapped up its 16th annual conference August 21 in Louisville.

GRW and a number of its professionals took part in and/or were recognized during this year's goings on.

Jun
26

GRW In the News: Nicholasville Fire Station Groundbreaking

It was a great day for a groundbreaking for the City of Nicholasville's fourth fire station to be built at 785 E. Brannon Road. 

GRW was proud to participate with the Nicholasville's Mayor Pete Sutherland, City Commissioner Betty Black, whose administrative areas are police and fire departments, and Fire Chief Mark Case.

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.