Paristown Pointe Development

The Paristown Pointe Development in downtown Louisville, Kentucky includes the addition of a new Kentucky Center for the Arts (KCA) live music venue as well as the renovation and addition to the existing Louisville Stoneware building.  The KCA event building will be a tall one-story, steel framed building with a mezzanine and partial basement, totaling approximately 28,000 square feet.  Renovations and the addition of a café at the existing Louisville Stoneware building will rejuvenate the building for an elevated customer experience.


Appalachian Wildlife Center

Architect:  Clotfelter-Samokar

A new, 82,300 sq ft, $22.2 Million (including site improvements) 1-story with partial second floor with walk-out basement building featuring wildlife displays, wildlife learning areas, movie theater, gift-shop and dining facility.  The building will be founded on a structural concrete mat slab with integral grade beams.  The building structure will feature steel frames integrated with all exposed wood glulam timber columns, beams and trusses.  The second floor structure will utilize a composite steel floor system while the roof structures will be a combination of cold-formed steel trusses with steel roof deck system and exposed glulam timber beams and trusses with exposed laminated wood deck system.


BCTC Danville Advanced Manufacturing Center