Press Coverage: Expanded Speed Art Museum Opens in Louisville
Carter Scott joined KNBA as a Project Architect. Carter has 11 years of experience in the architectural field and 20 years in the construction field, with particular expertise in adaptive reuse projects.
Bob Haffermann and Steve Eggers were invited to attend the 25th Anniversary Founding Members Luncheon at the University Club at the University of Louisville. KNBA served as the architect for the project.
KNBA opened an office in Lexington, KY. Located at 310 Old Vine Street #100A, Lexington, KY 40507.
KNBA was awarded the commission for the renovation of the Historic Fayette County Courthouse, working in collaboration with Deborah Berke Architects of New York.
KNBA was awarded the commission for the University of Louisville Belknap Academic Classroom Building, working in collaboration with Goody Clancy Architects of Boston, MA.
Christopher Fuller presented at the CEFPI Kentucky Regional Conference. His presentation was focused on Security Design in K-12 schools.
KNBA was awarded the commission for the Paristown Pointe project, an entertainment and mixed-use development anchored by a performance venue for Kentucky Center for the Arts, Goodwood Brewery and Taproom and an extensive renovation of Louisville Stoneware.
Curtis Thrush joined KNBA as a Project Architect. Curtis has 19 years of experience in civic, retail, housing and mix use developments.
K. Norman Berry Partner Honored During the 37th Annual Presentation of the Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Historic Preservation Awards
K. Norman Berry, Partner Emeritus, was honored with the 2015 Memorial Award during the 37th annual presentation of the Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Historic Preservation Awards at the Governor’s Mansion. The award is presented each May during National Historic Preservation Month and is the highest honor bestowed.