June 25, 2021
For over three decades, Sherman Carter Barnhart has made it our purpose-driven mission to bring about real change to affordable housing developments. Soon, we’ll be sharing some of our accomplishments, experiences and learned lessons, which are previewed below. We hope you’ll follow along with us.
July 21, 2021
“The new Beecher Terrace is our mission exemplified,” Louisville Metro Housing Authority Executive Director Lisa Osanka said of Beecher Terrace.
June 11, 2021
There is a growing awareness that addressing the needs of housing-insecure students may be crucial to the mission of a community college.
February 3, 2021
Less than a third of community colleges provide some sort of housing support, why is that?
October 27, 2020
The National Buildings Institute's Zero Buildings List magazine features four Sherman Carter Barnhart Projects and highlights one of our zero energy schools on the cover: Jennings Creek Elementary, which is part of Warren County schools.
October 7, 2020
For the second time since the beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic, one of Sherman Carter’s projects beat cost expectations.
May 20, 2020
I am taking a stab at a snapshot of where we are right now with regard to the effect the COVID-19 pandemic is having on student housing. All I really know is that this is an evolving subject and a moving target, but clearly certain issues, concerns, problems, and potential solutions are beginning to become clear.
May 20, 2020
As the Director of Higher Education and a former University Architect, I am frequently researching the current trends and issues affecting today's colleges and universities. What prominently comes to focus is how campuses are planning to create a "new normal" amidst COVID-19. This is an evolving subject and a moving target, but clearly certain issues, concerns, problems, and potential solutions are beginning to become clear.
May 14, 2020
Sherman Carter Barnhart received a national award this month for its zero energy design of Jennings Creek Elementary in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The award, 2020 Heavy Commercial 1st Runner-Up, was highlighted along with a profile in the May issue of Insulating Concrete Forms Magazine.
April 29, 2020
Sherman Carter Barnhart’s Kenny Stanfield, Principal, AIA, LEED AP, spoke recently about designing Zero Energy Schools with Insulated Concrete Forms, and we’re pleased to share the presentation with you. Below is a slideshow of Kenny’s presentation. You can also log in on the National Ready Mix Concrete Association’s site and listen to the audio that goes with this slideshow.
February 19, 2020
Warren County Schools Board Chair Kerry Young and Sherman Carter Barnhart’s Kenny Stanfield, Principal, AIA, LEED AP, will be speaking at the Kentucky School Board Association conference Saturday on how school design can have an impact on student achievement. Those who attend the session will learn to establish the “right” design priorities in a 21st Century Education and Energy School. Those priorities include design that helps engage students and inspire learning in a safe, healthy, sustainable environment while also dramatically reducing or even eliminating energy costs.
Jennifer Cash to Join Panel on How to Save Money on School Construction so it Can Be Invested in Teachers and Resources
February 19, 2020
Sherman Carter Barnhart’s Jennifer Cash, AIA, Associate Principal, will be speaking with Chris McIntyre, CFO/Treasurer of Warren County Public Schools, and Chad Riggs of CMTA about saving money now and in the future through modern technology and school design.