Peters Construction Company, green construction specialists in Louisville, KY; are once again bringing their vision and expertise to life with a new gymnasium in Oldham County.
St. Francis School is going Green.
Of course, the schoolâ€™s Goshen campus already is about as green as it gets, sitting on 64 acres of Oldham County fields.
Now, the newest building on that campus will be more environmentally friendly than the one it replaces.
Preservation Kentucky will honor several Louisvillians at its Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony including: Gill Holland and Augusta Brown Holland as well as their partner in NuLu, developer Tim Peters.
TC Peters is proud to announce that we are working with the Meat Hook Butcher Shop, which is now in the works in the NuLu district of Louisville. At the Meat Hook, Kentucky farmers will have a chance to showcase their meat products in an innovative butcher shop, which will be fashioned after an old time butcher shop.
In May of 2012, TC Peters Construction was awarded the prestigious Ida Lee Willis Memorial Preservation Award, which recognizes outstanding examples of restoration or rehabilitation of historic buildings, or other types of projects that have had a positive impact on Kentuckyâ€™s built environment.
In 2011, Tim Peters and Lois Mateus were profiled by the Advocate Messenger as “Harrodsburg’s Fixer Uppers”, in an article profiling recent projects throughout Kentucky, as well as Peters’ work in LEED Platinum Certified Construction.
An interview with Tim Peters and other local leaders about potential improvements to downtown Louisville being modeled in different parts of the country. Tim recommends looking to Milwaukee, Wis, which has recently began to thrive once again after being in decline in the 1960s.
The purchase of Wayside Christian Missionâ€™s properties will be a catalyst for East Market Street to coalesce into a destination for Louisvilleâ€™s emerging creative class â€” a hub for the arts, cuisine, locally produced food, the green building movement, commerce and retail.
On March 13, 2006, my wife Augusta and I bought a 110 year-old warehouse building (photo of front of building here) in the slightly run-down, but (we felt) up-and-coming East Market District in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. A month later on April 27, we emailed our architect Doug Pierson at â€œForm Environment Design (FER)â€ saying we wanted to go for official LEED certification. We knew we had lots of green ideas, but were just learning about this certification. We figured it was like dieting: if one is going to diet, one should not be scared to get on the scale.