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...
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...
The World Is Watching
March 1, 2016
In support of global action regarding Climate Change, the Climate Reality Project, brainchild of former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, broadcast a global multi-media event as part of the 2015 United Nations Climate Summit in Paris. This event, entitled “24...
Announcing our Newest Principals!
February 10, 2016
Kevin Cheek, Assoc. AIA, CEFPI Educational Planner and Justin McElfresh, AIA, CID, LEED AP Kevin has been with Sherman Carter Barnhart since 1996. He works exclusively in our education studio, leading the programming and design of educational projects in...
Woodland Glen II is LEED Certified
February 2, 2016
Congratulations UK, EdR and Woodland Glen II for being awarded LEED Certification!
Sheppard Square Block B – Enterprise Green Community Certified
February 1, 2016
Congratulations Louisville Metro Housing Authority’s Sheppard Square Block B for being been approved as a Enterprise Green Community Certified development. Enterprise Green Communities certification demonstrates the design team’s commitment to providing high performance, healthy homes for low-income families.
PCA Resilience Leadership Award
January 6, 2016
The Portland Cement Association presented a 2016 Resilience Leadership Award in the category of New Public Building to Sherman Carter Barnhart for our work in the Warren County School District. The Resilience Leadership Awards recognize the individuals, organizations and projects...
How the Tough Got Going in Kentucky
When I first stepped into Ricky Thacker’s classroom, I was surprised by how unusual it looks. There are no desks. White boards hang from every wall. The entire room is painted bright orange and yellow, like candy corn. Ricky stood...
Bill Gates Writes About His Trip To Eastern Kentucky
After a visit to eastern Kentucky that was shrouded in mystery, Bill Gates finally wrote about his visit to a school in Floyd County. Gates visited Floyd and Pike Counties last year. His itinerary was not public, but pictures of the...
Smoketown replacement housing on schedule
December 16, 2015
The massive effort to replace extensive housing in the Smoketown neighborhood after eradication of the barracks-style Sheppard Square public housing development is winding down, and "the citizen response has been fantastic," Mayor Greg Fischer said Tuesday. Construction of 287 rental...