Congratulations to Wageworks for opening their new office in downtown Milwaukee. Wageworks renovated the top floors of the City Center @ 735. Rachel Worley of Three Dot Design was the Architect on the project and Keith Dohn of Blue Energy Group the Mechanical Engineer. Here is a link to the press release from Wageworks on the opening of the new space.
Wageworks Marks Growth with Grand Opening in Milwaukee.
Louisville Engineering has recently received licensure in Ohio. That now allows us to serve our clients in five states: Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Tennessee and Ohio.
Louisville Engineering Company has been a Solution Partner with FacilityONE Techologies LLC for 2 years. We have implemented the solution with man facilities and Weyland Ventures has now the full capability to manage their portfolio from anywhere in the world. Call us today so we can help you with your technology needs.
Louisville Engineering Company is in the News! After 2 months of negotiations we have put together a Win! Win! with the Logan Street Market and Mike Safai. Louisville Engineering Company will be managing all MEP Construction for the Logan Street Market and acting as the owners rep for Mr. Safai who runs Safai Coffee. We are excited for this opportunity to help Louisville and the Shelby park neighborhood with this project. We are so very grateful for Mike Safai's trust in us to help Logan Street Market come to life.
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Cunningham Campers This design build project has broken ground and well underway in southern Indiana. The new 30,000 square foot facility will be a mixed use of show room, office space and garage bays. Form G is the developer and Abtech Electric the electrical contractor.
Republic Bank has wrapped up the renovation of the plaza in downtown Louisville. Six floors were renovated while being fully occupied. New open office space, conference rooms and training areas were built and updated to match current Republic Bank standards. Architectural Investments was the Architect on the project and Miranda Construction was the General Contractor.
Louisville Engineering recently completed a control upgrade for the Bavarian gas field flare monitoring. The project involved the installation of a VFD, field wiring, and programming. This project enables Bavarian to have complete control over their flare from remote locations as well as reduced energy consumption on existing equipment by 45% by running the motors on VFD.
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