Move Louisville is a long range strategic multi-modal planning effort that grew out of the Vision Louisville process. Move Louisville, which began in November 2013 with public participation and work with consultant Nelson Nygaard, considers travel by foot, bicycle, transit, … Continue reading →
Join us for one of four workshops to hear preliminary recommendations from Move Louisville, a transportation plan to create greater mobility between the places where people go in Louisville.
Construction Field Day Louisville MSD invites you to attend its inaugural Construction Field Day, August 5th at Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118. There will be four tracts of speakers discussing Green Infrastructure, Floodplain/Stormwater, Erosion Prevention Sediment … Continue reading →
Tomorrow, May 20 are the Primary Elections. The Building Industry Association Political Action Committee has endorsed candidates in Jefferson, Bullitt, Oldham, and Shelby Counties. Click on the county name below to see which candidates are supported by the BIA PAC. … Continue reading →
Whether you’re dealing with snowmelt or heavy rains, erosion control and drainage should be an essential part of your plan from the get-go. Check out these simple tips on how to manage stormwater effectively.
Earlier today Representative Tommy Thompson introduced HB 399, which is the House Version of the Local Option Sales Tax legislation. On February 12th SB 135, which is the companion bill, was introduced in the Senate. The Building Industry Association of … Continue reading →
The Building Industry Association presented its most prestigious awards to five deserving members on Wednesday, January 15 at The Olmsted. These awards recognize achievements of individual members in 2013. Click on the Award names to watch the presentation videos produced … Continue reading →
Please take the time to complete the survey below. The survey is fairly straight forward and should take between 15-25 minutes to complete. This is extremely important to the Building Industry because these nutrient management strategies outlined in this survey … Continue reading →
In the first tangible result related to Vision Louisville’s public input phase, Mayor Greg Fischer is asking for the community’s input – and imagination – for creating greater mobility and connectivity between places where people live, work, shop and enjoy … Continue reading →