The nearly 210,000 square-foot building is expected to be completed and ready by the fall of 2020.
Full renovation of a 124,000-square-foot building that was built in 1922, with several additions constructed over the years.
The ongoing work in the 85-year-old Art Deco icon is the first structural restoration in the building's history.
The project consists of removing and replacing manual plumbing fixture components with electronic (or touchless) components to depress the spread of germs.
Construction of parking garage servicing the Dana Ave. Duke Energy Operations Center
Duke Energy plans to build a $60 million, nearly 140,000-square-foot operations center near the intersection of Harrison and Dry Fork roads.
The West End Stadium is a soccer-specific arena that our own Major League Soccer team, FC Cincinnati, will call home.
Concrete construction of a new 676 space, 3 Story parking garage, which includes a plaza level stadium entrance.
This $3 million dollar project is a 17,000 SF renovation and 6,700 SF expansion, including a new HVAC system to increase energy efficiency and reduce operating costs.
Johnson Elementary is being constructed in the Northern Kentucky suburb of Fort Thomas.
FEAM Aero 103,000-square-foot hangar in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)
100,000 square foot expansion of the existing Western Ridge Medical Center.
The $56.5 million project will have 496 beds which is anticipated to meet capacity needs for 15-20 years.
The new 94,000 square foot building will be constructed to house preschool through 6th grade. Once complete, the existing school will be demolished to make space for a new parking area.
The local sewer plan proposes the construction of 3,100 linear feet of 8-inch diameter gravity sanitary sewer, with thirty-two 6-inch diameter sewer laterals and all other related sewer appurtenances.
This project includes construction of a new sewer main and the demolition of the existing pump station.
This project includes the removal and installation of CSO 043, along with the installation of 30-inch, 21-inch, and 12-inch sanitary sewer.
The proposed work generally consists of upgrades to three lift stations in the Carlisle area.
Installation of 600’ of reinforced concrete pipe and associated drainage structures to eliminate stormwater runoff.
This project includes construction of a new water main and the re-connection of thirty four (34) residential water services, including new meter pits and meter settings.