GRW is mourning the loss of one of GRW’s founding leaders, Claude Lessig. A water resources engineer and GRW senior vice president, Mr. Lessig became the fifth employee of GRW in 1965. He died May 25 at his home in Lexington, KY.
A new section of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) was chartered June 1 in Lexington, KY.
It's called the Bluegrass section and joins the Derby City section as the second section in Kentucky; it's the seventh section in ASHE's Great Lakes region, which also includes Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois.
Joe Pavoni, PE, LEED AP, has been promoted to manager of GRW's Louisville office. Joe has been with GRW for 14 years and has more than 18 years of experience. He earned his Master's and Bachelor's degrees in civil engineering at the University of Kentucky.
While many people have convinced themselves they’re "not a math person" and are happy to avoid it, most engineers simply can't get enough math.
And when you're young – and enjoy math – it can be important to remain challenged and inspired by the subject. Finding opportunities to do this is one of the main goals of MATHCOUNTS.
Louisville-based CBS station WLKY reported on a project GRW designed for the Louisville-Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District. The Clifton Heights Wet Weather Flow Storage and Pumping Facilities is one of several wet weather storage facilities the Louisville MSD is "building throughout the city to avoid raw sewage from mixing with storm water during heavy rains."
Every two weeks, Herald-Leader columnist Tom Martin interviews local business people for his Q&A that appears every two weeks in the newspaper's Business Monday section.
GRW, one of the largest engineering, architecture, and geospatial consulting firms based in Kentucky, has appointed Brad Montgomery, PE, as its new president. Joining the firm in 1982, Montgomery was named a vice president in 1998, and placed in charge of GRW’s Louisville office in 2003.