Rocky Adkins Cuts Ribbon on The Rock

MOREHEAD, Ky., Nov 10, 2017 — Today, Morehead State University officially opened The Rocky Adkins Dining Commons, designed by EOP Architects, as namesake Rep. Adkins cut the ribbon. “We are here to celebrate a facility that has changed the face of … Continued

Final Beam Set at Kentucky International Convention Center

LOUISVILLE, Oct. 19, 2017 — The final steel beam was lifted into place today at downtown Louisville’s Kentucky International Convention Center, which is undergoing an expansion and renovation led by EOP Architects. The topping out ceremony was heavily attended by … Continued

EOP Designs New Use for Herald-Leader Building

LEXINGTON, Ky., October 5, 2017 — EOP Architects has designed a complete renovation and expansion of downtown Lexington’s Herald-Leader Building, recently purchased by CRM Companies. The design includes an addition on what is now the front parking lot, many more windows … Continued

Lexington Senior Center featured in Metal Architecture

LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct 1, 2017 — EOP’s design for the Lexington Senior Center is featured in this month’s Metal Architecture. J. Harding Dowell, AIA, EOP associate and project manager, discusses the design concept, the use of varied metal panels and different facade treatments. http://www.eopa.com/work/senior-citizens-center/ … Continued

MSU’s Rocky Adkins Dining Commons Dedicated

MOREHEAD, Ky., June 20, 2017 — MSU graduate Rocky Adkins saw his name literally set in stone today at the dedication for Morehead State University’s Rocky Adkins Dining Commons, designed by EOP Architects. The Rock, as it has been dubbed, is … Continued

Shriners Dedicates New Medical Center

LEXINGTON, Ky., May 21, 2017 — The SRG/EOP-designed Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center opened its doors to the community today in a dedication ceremony that included dozens of Shriners kids, physicians, staff and hundreds of Shriners. With attendance reaching well into … Continued

Louisville Residents Weigh In on Plans for Urban Government Center

LOUISVILLE, April 19, 2017 — Five groups hoping to win a bid to develop 12 acres in Paristown Pointe, a small neighborhood that adjoins the popular Highlands and Germantown neighborhoods, faced their toughest crowd — Louisville residents. EOP collaborated with WorK A+D as … Continued