j.b. speed museum
palaver exhibit

The LG&E Center is a 328 foot tall tower containing approximately 288,000 square feet of Class A office space in 23 floors.  It is currently the 11th tallest structure in Louisville, KY.  RAI's Engineers were responsible for the structural design of the building.

The structure contains a central core of concrete walls with concrete columns and post-tensioned concrete beams.

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KFc Yum! center

RAI Engineering, in collaboration with Walter P. Moore Structural Engineers, designed the new 22,000 seat arena located on the Ohio River in downtown Louisville.  RAI was responsible for the design of the building foundations, south entry/concourse steel framing, and the exterior wall steel framing.

Design challenges included placing new foundations so that they avoided the existing foundations from the previous LG&E structure.

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This $37.5 million structure contains 128,000 square feet of space including 6 gymnasiums, fitness & weight rooms, and an indoor jogging track.  Structural highlights include the custom designed steel trusses that span 105 feet to allow for the stacked gymnasiums and a custom designed curved plate beam to support the cantilevered jogging track.

RAI Engineering was awarded the 2014 National Council of Structural Engineers Association (NCSEA) Excellence in Structural Engineering Award for the design of this structure.

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university of louisville

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