Sherman Carter Barnhart Net Zero Schools

Three Sherman Carter Barnhart -designed schools — South Green Elementary School, Cumberland Trace Elementary
School, and Rich Pond Elementary School — are featured in this month’s ICF Builder Magazine.

Gov. Beshear Breaks Ground on Bowling Green Veterans Center

Sherman Carter Barnhart is proud to be designing this great facility for veterans. Following is a press release from the Governor’s Office describing the Bowing Green Veteran’s Center. For more on progress as the project moves along, be sure to follow our blog and social media.

Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects Opens Office in Nashville Area

Sherman Carter Barnhart Nashville

Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects Opens Office in Nashville Area NASHVILLE – Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects, a regional firm focused on the design of K-12 schools, universities, affordable housing and civic and judicial centers, is deepening its presence in Tennessee. The firm is pleased to announce the official and immediate opening of its Nashville-area office, which […]

Sherman Carter Barnhart Welcomes Don Adams as Project Architect in Education Studio​

Sherman Carter Barnhart Welcomes Don Adams as Project Architect in Education Studio Sherman Carter Barnhart is thrilled to announce that Don Adams, AIA, LEED AP, an architect with over 29 years of experience, has just joined the firm as a Project Architect in our education studio. As the Project Architect, Don will manage projects and […]

Louisville Business First Highlights Meriwether STEAM Academic Center

Previous Next Louisville Business First Highlights The Meriwether STEAM Academic Center Louisville Business First Magazine this week highlighted The Meriwether STEAM Academic Center, a Sherman Carter Barnhart-designed project that is the central hub for interdisciplinary learning on Kentucky Country Day’s 80-plus acre campus. Kentucky Country Day School will build two additions to the main building on […]

A Q&A with Landscape Architect Keenan Palmer

Keenan Palmer, Landscape Architect

Congratulations to Keenan Palmer on passing the final section of the Landscape Architecture exam! Keenan started at Sherman Carter Barnhart in 2016, and in his time here he has been eager to find creative and fun solutions to challenges ranging from designing neighborhoods to creating community outdoor spaces and sports fields. Following is a Question […]

National Architect Magazine Highlights Sherman Carter Barnhart

Slide 35 in a PowerPoint presentation from Sherman Carter Barnhart’s Kenny Stanfield shows the dramatic financial benefits for schools designed with 21st Century Energy and Design principles. When writers at Architect Magazine looked to highlight an architect who has led the way nationally in designing zero energy schools, editors pointed them to Sherman Carter Barnhart […]

Is a Public-Private Partnership Right for You?

Beecher Terrace Redevelopment in Louisville's Business First

Is a Public-Private Partnership right for your project? Public-Private Partnership (P3) models can provide communities with alternatives for financing, designing, constructing and even operating and maintaining public buildings and affordable housing. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to P3 projects; they can vary as widely as the developments themselves. But in many cases a creative P3 […]

Kevin Matthews Loves What He Does Even More Than When He Started in 1985

Kevin Matthews, Principal

Since 1985, Kevin Matthews has helped clients navigate the ever-changing landscape of affordable housing. So when it comes to affordable housing, he has seen it all. When he started in the mid-80s, Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects had been hired to transition Lexington, Kentucky, from the barracks-style public housing of the era to modern, private developer […]

Brandon Ward Finds No Two Days are the Same in Affordable Housing Design

Brandon Ward, Associate Principal

Brandon Ward, an associate principal at Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects, focuses exclusively on affordable housing and has been part of the firm’s team since 2005. Over the past 18 years, he has worked extensively with housing authorities in East St. Louis; St. Louis; Lexington, Louisville, and Paducah in Kentucky; Spartanburg in South Carolina and New […]

Louisville Business First magazine highlights Beecher Terrace development

Beecher Terrace Redevelopment in Louisville's Business First

Louisville’s Business First magazine recently highlighted the completion of two phases of the Beecher Terrace development — a public-private partnership between Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects and Mcormick McCormack Baron Salazar, the developer. The Beecher Terrace redevelopment will offer more than 600 mixed-income units across one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts. The complex will offer rental units […]