ASHE-Bluegrass recently hosted a luncheon where guest speaker Jason Siwula provided an overview of the Six-Year Highway Plan. Section President, Kevin Damron and Treasurer, Lee Carlisle also announced the winners of the ASHE Transportation Improvement Award.
After a long hiatus ASHE-Bluegrass was able to get people back for an in-person meeting this week. The topic of this month’s meeting was the ASHE Transportation Improvement Award Project Presentations. Special thanks to LFUCG for the use of the Phoenix Building to host the meeting and to each group that presented:
*Over $5 Million Cateogry:
-Perry County, KY-15 (KYTC D10, Palmer Engineering, Bizzack Construction)
*$5 Million & Under:
-Warren County, US-231 Scottsville Road Spot Improvements (KYTC D3, AEI – American Engineers, Inc., Scotty’s Contracting & Stone)
Kevin Damron recently had the opportunity to network with past, present, and future presidents of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) at the 2022 National Conference. From right to left, Kevin is standing with ASHE Presidents Leigh Lilla (2023), Stan Harris (2024), and Tim Mathews (2021-2022).
The Brent Spence Bridge Fire & Rehabilitation Project won the ASHE 2022 National Project of the Year Award – Under $20 Million Category at the 2022 ASHE National Conference in Columbus, Ohio. The emergency repair project was co-sponsored by the ASHE Bluegrass and Derby City Sections in Kentucky and submitted for the national award by the ASHE Great Lakes Region. Kevin Damron, ASHE Bluegrass Section President, Stacee Hans, KYTC Brent Spence Project Manager, Aaron Stover, Michael Baker Engineering, Cody Kerr, Kokosing, and Kirsten Bowen, ASHE Great Lakes Region President, were in attendance at the ASHE National Conference for the awards ceremony.