To Sherman Carter Barnhart, that meant designing an expansion to Parking Structure No. 5 that offered much more than parking.
The Winslow project enlivens an important, growing part of campus with an innovative education area, retail shops and restaurants and what we think will be a “wildly” popular eSports space.
The corner of the Winslow property is wrapped with a digital media wall to broadcast UK-themed images and video. The display will turn that corner of Lexington into a mini Times Square – an advertisement for what is going on now and what will be going on in the future. It will also offer a digital “reflection” of the innovation taking place inside the walls of the Winslow Project.
We can’t wait for everyone to see what’s Wildly Possible on UK’s campus. Here’s a preview.
Jennings Creek Elementary in Warren County is the most energy-efficient school in Kentucky, and the second nationwide.
"We're in climate zone four, and the average school would use an (Energy Use Intensity) of 73...(but) we've gotten it down to 15.5, which we never thought would be possible," said Sherman Carter Barnhart's Kenny Stanfield, Principal, AIA, LEED AP.
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And if you're at the Kentucky School Boards Association conference in Louisville this weekend, be sure to check out tomorrow's session with Jennifer Cash, AIA, Associate Principal, and Christopher C. McIntyre, CFO/Treasurer, Warren County Schools: Facilities – How can building save you money to invest elsewhere?
Cash was the project manager at Jennings Creek, and she and McIntyre will share ideas about design and efficiency that can help schools save hundreds of thousands in energy costs. ... See MoreSee Less