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Services in Kentucky

DH Glabe & Associates provides construction and structural engineering services in the Bluegrass State of Kentucky. This includes engineering for commercial, industrial, heavy civil, and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) projects. DH Glabe & Associates all metro areas throughout the state including Richmond, Louisville, Lexington and Bowling Green.

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Bridge Falsework Engineering

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Concrete Shoring Engineering

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Davit and Anchor Testing

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Demolition Plan Design Engineering

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Earthquake Engineering

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Earth Shoring Engineering

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Expert Witness and Accident Investigation

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Facade Access Consulting

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Fall Protection Engineering

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Finite Element Analysis

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Formwork Engineering

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Reshoring Engineering

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Rigging and Erection Plan Engineering

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Scaffold and Shoring Testing

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Scaffolding Engineering

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Structural Engineering

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Structural Shoring Engineering

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Wall Bracing Engineering

Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky

Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky

Officially named the Commonwealth of Kentucky, is best known for its bourbon distilleries, horseracing, car manufacturing, bluegrass music, and tobacco farming. In the southern Louisville area, the foremost tourist attraction is Churchill Downs, a thoroughbred horse racetrack most famous for hosting the annual Kentucky Derby. The building was named after the first proprietors, John and Henri Churchill and was designed by architect Joseph Dominic Baldez. Built in 1895, its most recognizable architectural feature is the two twin spires seen on the top of the grandstands. This large building has seating for more than 150,000 people and the traditional giant hats women wear to the derbies.

212 N. 2nd Street, STE 100, Richmond, KY 40475