Bacon Farmer Workman and Marcum Engineering were recently selected to provide the civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering services on two new Emergency Operations Centers in Kentucky. The Jackson County EOC will be a 5,100 square foot facility with a total construction budget of $1,875,984 and will be located in McKee, Kentucky. The Lexington Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) Department of Public Safety building will be a multi-function facility with multiple mission critical technology systems to support local emergency management, 911, LEX 311, public safety dispatch, and first responders. This facility will be approximately 32,000 square feet with a total construction budget of $6,900,000.
BFW and Marcum Engineering are teaming with Murphy Graves Trimble Architects on these two projects.
Congratulations go out to two Marcum and BFW employees whom recently gained professional credentials. Matt Snow, Project Engineer for Marcum Engineering recently passed his Professional Engineering Exam, and is now a Licensed Professional Engineer.
Dennis Owen works out of Bacon Farmer Workman's Marion, Illinois location, and recently passed his Illinois Professional Surveyors Exam. Congrats to both Matt and Dennis!
Perry County Library Recognized as LEED Certified Facility
Marcum Engineering can add another project to our growing list of LEED Certified buildings! Our firm just received word that the Perry County Library located in Hazard, Kentucky, is now LEED Certified.
The Perry County Library is a 26,000 square foot building, housing all of the amenities of a modern, public library. LEED Certification of this building was accomplished through the incorporation of energy efficient and sustainable elements during the mechanical and electrical design process, in accordance with LEED standards.
Marcum Engineering teamed with Murphy Graves Trimble Architects on this project.