Palmer Engineering teamed with Smolen Engineering to design the replacement structure for this deteriorated truss bridge over Four Mile Creek in Preble County. Extensive redesign of the approach roadway was necessary to meet current design standards.
Palmer Engineering prepared a feasibility study to determine the cost and viability of implementing improvements proposed by a group of neighborhood residents for the intersection of Euclid Avenue, Fontaine Street, and High Street.
This project involves roadway improvements for one mile of White Hall Road, which serves the White Hall State Historic Shrine that includes walking paths and bike paths throughout the historic site.
The Amazon Customer Service Center Project included the civil design of a 15.42-acre development that included an 80,000 SF building along with 805 parking spaces, site lighting, signage, entrance, and storm water design.
The Foothills Parkway is a special roadway that was planned to provide panoramic views of the Great Smoky Mountains and to blend seamlessly with the surrounding natural environment.
Palmer Engineering has received several awards for our work over the years. We are pleased to be recognized for our innovative designs and creative solutions as we work with transportation departments and other clients throughout the eastern and southern United States.
Some of our award-winning projects are highlighted on the following pages.Learn More
Palmer Engineering‘s headquarters is located in the hometown of former President, Ralph Palmer. This office serves as home base for the rest of the branch offices. Winchester has the largest office and has staff that perform every discipline Palmer offers.
400 Shoppers Drive
P.O. Box 747
Winchester, KY 40392
Phone: (859) 744-1218
Fax: (859) 744-1266
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