Browne recently launched some exciting online programming for Louisville MSD to help highlight some of the great work they are doing in their community. The online Earth Day workshops for 2nd through 5th graders highlight the massive waterway protection tunnel MSD is building under the city of Louisville. The 4-mile-long tunnel runs from 12th [...]
Browne Engineering and Construction is proud to share the completion of the 24-acre Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Complex and home to the Norton Healthcare Sports and Learning Center. The 4000 seat, 200-meter indoor track & field facility is one of Louisville’s premier sports venues. The vision of Sadiqa Reynolds, president of Louisville [...]
2019 Commercial PACE in Action The Fastest Growing Financing Tool in the Country Spend two hours with us over breakfast and hear from local building owners like Steve Melink, Dan Neyer, Kevin Malof, and Ryan Lucas about how you can leverage PACE financing on your commercial property. PACE is the fastest growing financing tool in [...]
Browne Engineering & Construction is pleased to announce a new project with Middletown City Schools: Construction supervision and project engineering for a major transformation of the Middle School and High School campus. The $96 Million project involves demolition of the current middle school, plus a major renovation and expansion of the current high school, creating [...]
Browne's own Mark Robinson placed 5th overall (4th Male, 3rd Male Master) in the recent 50-mile Eagle Up Ultra Challenge in Canal Fulton, Ohio. The Eagle Up Ultra Challenge is a 24-hour endurance race, and we congratulate Mark on his excellent performance.
Here's a look at a very interesting early concept in the application of 3D Printing to construction -- the world's first functional office building made of 3D printed components
Client/Project: Cincinnati State Technical & Community College Welding Lab The Problem: Cincinnati State had been seeking a way to expand enrollment in its high-demand Welding program by converting two classrooms into Welding Labs, but faced limited budget and was unable to bid the project. Then, the college received a Federal Grant to fund the project, [...]