SCB principal will take part in school safety panel

Kevin Cheek, Assoc AIA, A4LE Educational Planner, will be part of a panel at the KSBA Summer Leadership Institute discussing School Facilities Safety. The session, which includes a 90-minute panel discussion, is on Saturday July 14 at 1:15 at the Marriott Griffin Gate, Salon C. The panel will be open for questions focused on:
  1. How do you balance budget concerns and safety concerns?
  2. What’s more effective, a new building or upgrades to an existing building?
  3. What are the most common misconceptions about facilities and school safety?
  4. What are the questions board members should be asking? Should we be talking to KCSS, architects, facilities directors?
  5. What is the role board members should take in addressing school safety and facilities?
  6. What do you say to community members who call asking about school safety/facilities concerns?
  7. What are no or low-cost changes schools can make?
  8. What doesn’t work or isn’t cost-effective in changing school safety?

Kevin joined Sherman Carter Barnhart in 1996. A Principal of the firm’s Education Studio, Kevin focuses exclusively on the design of  K-12 education facilities.  Kevin is a A4LE Educational Planner, and his practice reflects his commitment and dedication to designing Student and Teacher Centered® schools with an emphasis in school safety. He utilizes his planning and programming expertise to design over $150 million of schools a year.

Kevin has a clear and concise understanding of the state building code and accessibility compliance as well as technical accuracy. He is a certified Construction Documents Technologist from the Construction Specifications Institute and holds certifications from the International Code Council in Building Plans Examination, ADA, and Accessibility.


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What an awesome undertaking by the KY Steam Heritage. We encourage you to attend the meeting and have an opportunity to learn more about this project, the grant, and ask questions.The Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation will hold a public meeting on January 18, 2019, at 9:00 am at 499 Kirkland Avenue, Irvine, Kentucky, as part of the application for Environmental Protection Agency Cleanup grant for the Kentucky Rail Heritage Center (KRHC). The reference number for this grant opportunity is EPA-OLEM-OBLR-18-07. The purpose of the public hearing is to give the community an opportunity to learn more about this project, ask questions, learn how grant dollars are being used to revitalize KRHC, and to make comments about the grant application and the Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) document. A copy of the grant draft proposal and draft of the ABCA will be available for viewing. The public will have an opportunity to verbally comment on the drafts. Comments will be captured in meeting minutes by Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation staff. The drafts will be located at the Kentucky Steam Heritage Office - 499 Kirkland Avenue, Irvine, Kentucky by January 18, 2019. For those unable to attend the January 18th public hearing, you can submit written comments to info@kentuckysteam.org To learn more about the project, visit www.kentuckysteam.org/krh ... See MoreSee Less

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What an awesome undertaking by the KY Steam Heritage. We encourage you to attend the meeting and have an opportunity to learn more about this project, the grant, and ask questions.

A good campus plan recognizes every opportunity and provides a road map to accomplish goals. Community impact. Vehicular and pedestrian circulation. Campus identity using good wayfinding techniques and signage. Sherman Carter Barnhart is proud to highlight here three such land use projects: Kentucky Christian University, St. Francis and John Parish (Georgetown Cardome Property) and Asbury University. (Watch our page this week for highlights from other SCB projects) ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

A good campus plan recognizes every opportunity and provides a road map to accomplish goals. Community impact. Vehicular and pedestrian circulation. Campus identity using good wayfinding techniques and signage. Sherman Carter Barnhart is proud to highlight here three such land use projects: Kentucky Christian University, St. Francis and John Parish (Georgetown Cardome Property) and Asbury University. (Watch our page this week for highlights from other SCB projects)

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