Laurel Schools Center For Innovation dedicated
August 3, 2015
On a sunny, bright Friday morning in front of 150 persons along with school, city and county officials, one snip of the scissors cut through the ribbon in front of the new Laurel County Schools Center For Innovation. The 76,000 square foot, two story building on 4th Street is now officially open.
Total Learning Environment
August 3, 2015
When creating a building with net zero as a goal, buy-in from its occupants is crucial. That message has come through loud and clear at Richardsville Elementary, where energy usage has remained steady for five years and being a member of the student-led energy team is a prestigious, sought-after role.
Five years of operation and ‘zero’ to show for it
August 3, 2015
It’s easy to be dazzled by Richardsville Elementary’s array of solar panels, its compact but attractive building footprint and the homey but “green” finishes, all of which contribute to its status as the nation’s first net-zero energy public school.
CMTA Lexington Office Building Earns LEED Platinum Certification
June 8, 2015
CMTA's Lexington office is the first LEED® Platinum office building in Kentucky and the first LEED® Platinum building in Lexington. LEED® Platinum projects are required to meet a minimum of 80 points across seven categories including sustainable sites, water efficiency, and more.
Boyd Middle Renovation Plan Unveiled
April 29, 2015
Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects unveiled designs Tuesday for a remodeled Boyd County Middle School they say will be safer, more attractive and better designed for teaching and learning. The school will have more windows and open areas and better security at its entrances.
Schematic design approved for new Corbin Middle School
April 27, 2015
A preliminary design for the new Corbin Middle School was approved by the Corbin Board of Education Thursday. Kevin Cheek, with Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects, presented the schematic design chosen by middle school staff members to the board.
Woodford County Library – Past, Present, And Future
March 27, 2015
Woodford County Library - Past, Present, And Future
Groundbreaking Officially Starts MSU Projects
March 23, 2015
Three new buildings soon will start to take form on the main campus of Morehead State University and at its Derrickson Agricultural Complex. Ceremonial ground was broken Thursday to signify the start of projects estimated to cost $48.3 million.
Draft program for new Corbin Middle School approved
March 13, 2015
fter looking at a presentation filled with squares, classroom areas, requirements, space options and square feet, the Corbin Board of Education has a plan. As a result, the board approved the draft program from the architectural firm of Sherman Carter Barnhart for the new Corbin Middle School.
Floyd Co. school consolidation plans continue forward
February 10, 2015
Plans are moving forward to combine Allen Central and South Floyd high schools under one, brand new roof. Floyd County School Board members met briefly Monday to take care of a few details relating to the land where the school will be built.
Planning session held for Corbin Middle School
January 30, 2015
Brainstorming, collaboration and planning is underway for the new Corbin Middle School building. Staff and faculty members of the middle school gathered with the building’s architects on Wednesday to generate ideas for the building.
No more ‘shushing’ in these school libraries
January 9, 2015
Two 6th-grade students sit on a couch in front of a large, green screen having a conversation about a book. It’s a middle school version of the Today show, with one student playing the role of the book’s author and the other the interviewer.


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