At KPFF Louisville, we are in the business of building relationships and our community with engineering excellence. Established in 2017 and led by Greg Buccola, KPFF Louisville is the structural engineering firm known for giving back to its community. With abundant experience in designing and managing healthcare, industrial, distillery, and adaptive reuse projects, KPFF Louisville equally invests in programs that create opportunities and revitalize areas in the most need. Its team members are involved in the ACE mentor program, The OneWest Plan Room, the University of Louisville’s Speed School of Engineering, Waterfront Botanical Gardens, and many other organizations that improve the wonderful city and its residents.
47Talented Team Members
#4Top Philanthropy Partner
46%Diverse and on Track to Meet our 3-Year
Goal of 50%
Introducing Chloe O'Connor, an enthusiastic social media intern joining our operations team this summer. Chloe is currently entering her senior year at Northern Kentucky University, where she is an honors student pursuing a major in communications and a minor in marketing. With a passion for creativity and all things social media, Chloe thrives in environments that foster innovation. She has always possessed an eye for beautiful architecture and finds joy in exploring interesting buildings.
Keris Buccola is the newest member of the team in Louisville, joining as an operations intern. With a foundation in social media marketing gained at Western Kentucky University and an eagerness to learn and grow, Keris brings a fresh perspective and a wealth of knowledge. Keris is also currently pursuing her real estate license in Kentucky. Keris’ exceptional drive and organizational skills make her an asset, and we eagerly anticipate her talents to help the office maintain optimal efficiency.
Introducing Jansenne Mitchell, EIT, who has recently transitioned from being an intern at KPFF Louisville to joining our team as a full-time structural designer. Jansenne recently achieved her Masters in Civil Engineering with a focus in structural from the University of Louisville. We look forward to Jansenne's continued contributions to KPFF.
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Norton Healthcare selects architectural firm to design new West Louisville hospital
here.will be the structural engineering company and will work with , a West Louisville minority business enterprise firm, for drafting and modeling. KPFF has funded a training program through to increase the number of minorities in the architecture, engineering and construction industries. Read more