White Hall Historic Site

In late January 2020, a powerful storm moved through central Kentucky and significantly damaged the White Hall Historic Site (owned and managed by Eastern Kentucky University). Brown + Kubican Engineers were contacted as a trusted “first-responder” and went to the site the next day to evaluate and advise on structural damage to the house and…

KNBA is Conducting Business Remotely

Our clients are the communities we live in. The health, safety and well-being of everyone in our community is always KNBA’s priority. We have implemented measures recommended by local, state and federal officials to protect our social environment. KNBA has the ability to work remotely with full capabilities and meet with you virtually by utilizing…

K. Norman Berry Associates Architects Has a New Managing Principal After 13 Years

K. Norman Berry Associates Architects, PLLC (KNBA) is proud to announce that Bob Haffermann, AIA, LEED AP, has been named Managing Principal. Bob has been a leader and steward of KNBA since 1983 and a Principal since 2006. His accomplishments and dedicated focus have been embedded into the KNBA culture. As a key partner with…

Speed Art Museum Achieves LEED Gold®

Louisville’s first 21st Century architectural landmark has achieved LEED Gold® status for its beautiful – and sustainable – building! It is 1 of 15 museums and 1 of 9 buildings in Louisville that have ever achieved this high ranking.    

KNBA is Awarded the UK College of Design Reynolds Building Renovation

KNBA is delighted to partner with Studio Gang Architects of Chicago and the College of Design University of Kentucky on the Reynolds Building, the new home for the College of Design. We continue a 20-year practice of collaboration with our eleventh project with firms of national prominence, bringing an extensive portfolio of adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects…

‘A gift to the community.’

The Historic Courthouse Dome was revealed to the public by Lexington Mayor Jim Gray. The reopening of the Dome, which has not been visible to the public since the 1960s, is part of a $32 million restoration of the Historic Courthouse led by KNBA. Photo credit Charles Bertram, The Herald-Leader. Link to the Herald-Leader Video and Story

Looking to Expand the KNBA Team!

Project Manager/Architect  KNBA has a position available for a design sensitive Project Manager/Architect; licensed, minimum 5 years experience. Must have the ability to follow a project through, with some guidance, from inception to completion of construction documents, possess the ability to translate complex designs into clear and concise details and construction documents and must be…

111 Whiskey Row

The History Built between 1852 and 1905, these buildings were constructed as part of the bourbon boom. The impressive buildings were comprised primarily of masonry, with wood joists for support. On the façade of the buildings, ornate cast-iron and terracotta don the window and door arches. With no HVAC or running water, the original versions…
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