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MSU’s New Breathitt Veterinary Center
June 22, 2017
Murray State University's (MSU) new Breathitt Veterinary Center was recently dedicated as a capacity crowd of collegiate, government and agriculture leaders gathered marking the occasion.
Why Schools Are Embracing Net-Zero Energy
June 22, 2017
In Portland, Maine, the chair of a building committee dreamed of a schoolhouse that could offset the transportation energy required for students to commute to school. In Arlington, Virginia, a school architect argued he could reduce energy costs without increasing his budget.
Green Building in the Commercial Sector
May 22, 2017
After South Warren Middle & High School was awarded the, "Education Best In Class" from ICF Builders Magazine, the magazine asked Sherman Carter Barnhart Principal, Kenny Stanfield, AIA, LEED AP to author an article regarding the impact ICF has had on the design of energy efficient schools.
City lands huge grant for Russell redevelopment
December 12, 2016
Louisville is getting nearly $30 million in federal grant funding to help revitalize the Russell neighborhood, just west of downtown. Mayor Greg Fischer on Monday announced that Louisville is receiving a $29.5 million implementation grant.
University Flats – Graduate, Professional & Post-Doctoral Housing
November 3, 2016
The University of Kentucky's first graduate, professional, and post doctoral housing by EdR and Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects
Sheppard Square Earns Kentucky Housing Corporation – Innovative Solutions: Energy Efficiency—Urban Award
October 21, 2016
Awards honoring excellence and innovation in affordable housing were presented at the 2016 Kentucky Affordable Housing Conference in Louisville, which was held October 18-19. The awards honor innovative techniques and strategies used by Kentucky Housing Corporation partners to meet the needs of Kentuckians.
Centre Meadows Earns Kentucky Housing Corporation – Innovative Solutions: Housing Preservation Award
October 21, 2016
Awards honoring excellence and innovation in affordable housing were presented at the 2016 Kentucky Affordable Housing Conference in Louisville, which was held October 18-19. The awards honor innovative techniques and strategies used by Kentucky Housing Corporation partners to meet the needs of Kentuckians.
The New Jewell Hall is LEED Silver Certified
October 10, 2016
The New Jewell Hall is LEED Silver Certified
Warren Co. board settles on architect to design new elementary; district “on a tight schedule,” could opt to use an existing design done by firm to save time and money
September 30, 2016
A new elementary school Warren County Public Schools hopes to complete by August 2018 now has an official architect firm to design it. Board members unanimously voted Thursday to name Lexington-based Sherman Carter Barnhart as that firm.
Up, up and away: EC3 launches new Air and Space Academy
August 24, 2016
In Hardin County Schools’ first week back, Xander Allen, Zarrius Hildabrand and other freshmen could be caught making and flying paper airplanes at the Early College and Career Center. But the students weren’t passing notes or causing trouble.
Methodist Home to break ground on $15 million Jessamine facility
July 13, 2016
The Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children & Youth will break ground July 18 on a $15 million campus in Nicholasville for abused, neglected or abandoned children. The program is moving from the Woodford County location where it has been since the 1930s.
Methodist Homes moving to Jessamine County
March 18, 2016
One of the state’s longest operating organizations for children made plans official this week to set up residence in Jessamine County in 2017. The Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children and Youth announced Monday they have sold their flagship and primary residential facility.


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Bardstown City SchoolsToday the start of a new and exciting chapter for #TheBardstownWay began as Superintendent Ryan P. Clark and the Board of Education hosted a Groundbreaking Ceremony for the New Bardstown Elementary School. Watch the video to hear remarks from Dr. Clark, Principal Courtney and Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects. ... See MoreSee Less

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They're "rolling out" the football field at Boyd County High School. Here's hoping that the Lions and all of Kentucky high school sports can have a safe and fun 2020 season.

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