Paris-Bourbon County Public Library

Paris-Bourbon County Public Library

The Owsley Brown II History Center at The Filson Historical Society Campus

The Owsley Brown II History Center

  • May 11, 2021

    Shrout Tate Wilson Expands to South Carolina


    Shrout Tate Wilson has expanded our offices to Charleston, South Carolina as of this Spring. We are fortunate to call 4900 O’Hear Avenue, Suite 100 one of our newest homes! We look forward to establishing new business relationships in 2021. Read more...
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    July 1, 2021

    We’re Hiring!


    With company growth comes opportunity! Shrout Tate Wilson is looking for talented full-time/intern Mechanical and Electrical engineers to join our force. We are currently looking for bright, skilled individuals in the Lexington, Louisville and Charleston, South Carolina areas. Interested? EMAIL US AT JULIE.FRAZIER@STWENG.COM Read more...
  • November 11, 2021

    An Addition to Louisville’s Museum Row


    As a new-to-Louisville brand, the Dream Hotel Group is opening a hotel along museum row in 2025. This hotel will include 168 rooms, 4 food & beverage options, a signature restaurant, rooftop lounge, and 10,000 square feet of private meeting and event space. STW is proud to be providing MEP Engineering services to continue to contribute to the revitalization of downtown Louisville! Read more...
  • September 9, 2021

    Steeplechase Elementary Grand Opening


    The Steeplechase Elementary School project is a new 81,890 square foot facility that just celebrated its grand opening this past week. The school has many futuristic features strategically designed to enhance collaborative learning among students. STW is proud to have provided MEP Engineering services to contribute to the new learning facility that encourages young generations to prosper for years to come. Read more...
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    July 27, 2021

    Ellen T. Leslie Classroom Building Complete


    The Waterfront Botanical Gardens Phase 1C project is the second building on the 23-acre site. The Ellen T. Leslie Botanical Garden Classroom building is 6,000 Square Feet and will be used for education, horticulture staff, interns and volunteers. STW is proud to have provided MEP Engineering services to contribute to the new learning space for those passionate about horticulture. Read more...
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    October 29, 2020

    Woodford Reserve Opens New Welcome Center


    Woodford Reserve Distillery opened its new Welcome Center in Versailles, Ky., on June 12, 2019. The new building is intended to begin the distillery tour for new visitors, and is described as a modern take on a traditional bluegrass farmhouse. The new welcome center has a main hall with seating, a ticketing area for tourists, a bar and outdoor entertaining spaces. The artwork in the main hall are all originals by mostly Kentucky artists depicting Kentucky landscapes. The company used oak and limestone in the decor, two materials important to the bourbon-making process. Bourbon is aged in oak barrels, and […] Read more...
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    October 29, 2020

    JCPS Breaks Ground on Southwest Louisville’s First New School In 22 Years


    Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) broke ground on October 22, 2020 for a new elementary school in the Dixie Highway corridor in Louisville, which is intended to merge Wilkerson and Watson Lane elementary schools. Students who would have attended Wilkerson and Watson Lane elementary schools will go to the new school, which is scheduled to open in August 2022. The $17 million school is being constructed on land right behind Wilkerson Elementary School, and is the third built in the past 10 years by JCPS. The 82,532 square foot school design will include two stories of classrooms, as well as […] Read more...
  • Image of Woodford Reserve Copper Bourbon Distillery Stills
    October 29, 2020

    Bourbon Comes Home to Louisville


    Bourbon is making a huge comeback in the commonwealth’s largest city, where it formerly had a strong presence. Louisville became a hub for bourbon distilling activity and distribution, and until the 1920s, as many as 50 distilleries were located on a portion of Main Street dubbed “Whiskey Row.” Kentucky’s native spirit played a huge role in Louisville’s early days, and is a well-known part of Kentucky’s history. Over the past 10 to 15 years, bourbon has re-emerged as a much sought-after spirit in the U.S. and globally. Interest in bourbon heritage is drawing thousands of visitors from all over the […] Read more...
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    October 29, 2020

    Ground Broken for New Elementary School at The Kentucky School for the Deaf


    “Every square foot of this new building is designed around the safety and instruction of students – from the way the rooms are designed to the way the mechanical systems are integrated,” Read more...
  • January 4, 2018

    JCTC Breaks Ground on $24 Million AMIT Center


    The construction of the AMIT Center and the renovated technical campus will allow manufacturing-related programs to move out of the technical campus to the new center.  This project will also allow JCTC to expand its automotive technology programming. The AMIT Center will house advanced manufacturing, applied process technology Read more...
  • January 1, 2018

    STW Featured in Business Lexington for Being a Fit Business


    In December, STW was featured in an article by Business Lexington for integrating health and wellness initiatives into our workplace. Group Cycle Bar classes, basketball & ping pong tournaments, hikes at Raven Run and company 5K's are just a few ways STW incorporates health (and fun!) into our company culture.  See how Read more...
  • December 22, 2017

    See our AIA Honor Award Projects


    STW is delighted (and honored) to be the MEP engineer on the Paris-Bourbon County Public Library and Owsley Brown II History Center.  These projects were the only 2017 recipients of the distinguished Honor Award by the Kentucky Society of Architects. A big, loud round of applause goes to our architectural partners:  Read more...