The Lane Report Features Paul Hemmer Company

Posted on Friday, October 30, 2020 in Press Archives.
The Lane Report has been a source for Kentucky Business News since 1985. This year, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, they reached out to construction leaders across the area to learn how our industry has been affected. Our President, Paul Hemmer, was interviewed and discussed how work expected for 2020 is transitioning to 2021 or being modified for th...

Construction Started with St. Elizabeth Physicians!

Posted on Monday, October 19, 2020 in Health Care.
Ground was recently broken on the new St. Elizabeth Physicians office in Dry Ridge, Kentucky. This outpatient medical facility is 9,400 square feet and includes 21 exam rooms. The 20+ team of PHC employees and subcontractors is lead by project manager Eric Nagy and superintendent Duane Beatty. We are excited to continue working on this projec...

Rocket Shippers Expansion Complete!

Posted on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 in Logistics & Distribution.
Rocket Shippers needed two additional suites for office space at the large warehouse Hemmer completed for them a few years ago. The 52,870 square foot build-out included adding office space, bathrooms, and a break room. Within the warehouse we completed electrical work for additional equipment and added an epoxy floor for the forklift charging stat...

Construction is Underway at Molto Air Commerce Louisville!

Posted on Friday, August 28, 2020 in Logistics & Distribution.
Paul Hemmer Company is working with Molto Properties to build a large speculative distribution center off South Park Road in Louisville, Kentucky. This 320,000+ square foot building was started in May and has an expected completion date in December 2020. The photos below are progress as of August 2020.  We are excited to watch this proje...

Value engineering is more than lowering cost

Posted on Thursday, February 13, 2020 in eNewsletters, Hemmer Way.
The term “value engineering” is often used synonymously with “cost cutting”.  While that is partially true, the actual goal of value engineering is to lower long-term cost AND maintain function.  A successful value engineering effort will analyze the building features, systems, equipment, and materials while provid...

Is construction management an art or a science?

Posted on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 in eNewsletters, Hemmer Way.
In construction paradise… It only rains on Saturday evenings… after dark and is always finished by dawn with a spectacular Sunday sunrise and a beautiful sunny day that dries things out for Monday. Building, zoning and regulatory officials provide same-day review and permits. Banks are always looking for ways to l...
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