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K. Norman Berry Associates received a Merit Award for Excellence in Architectural Design for the Frazier International History Museum at the 2009 AIA Kentucky Design Awards Program.

7 out of 10 KNBA staff members are now LEED accredited professionals.


The Healing Place Women's and Children's Facility
was highlighted as an example of sustainable design and construction on the March 18, 2009 WLKY-TV news telecast.

K. Norman Berry Associates Architects PLLC was recently selected as the Architect of Record for the new addition and renovation of The Speed Museum, working with wHY Architecture of Culver City, California.

K. Norman Berry Associates Architects PLLC was selected to design a table for the Louisville Visual Arts Association annual DinnerWorks fundraising event.  An article appeared in the January 11, 2009 Courier-Journal noting the design.

K. Norman Berry Associates Architects PLLC was recognized as the fourth largest architectural practice in Louisville, KY in the February 2009 Business First listing of architects.

Overdale Elementary School located in Bullitt County was featured in the February 20, 2008 Courier-Journal.

21c Museum Hotel received the 2007 Award of Excellence in the Adaptive Reuse category from AIA New York State. KNBA collaborated with Deborah Berke Architect & Partners of New York on this significant project.

Robert W. Haffermann, AIA, Principal with KNBA, was featured in a December 28, 2007 Business First article Quick Draw: K. Norman Berry Partner Robert Haffermann Has Breathed New Life into Some of City’s Historic Buildings

Robert W. Haffermann, AIA, Principal and Chris Bowling, AIA, both with KNBA, were featured in a December 28, 2007 Business First article Drawn to it: architects work together to address workforce issues

Harmony Elementary School located in Oldham County was awarded the highest 2007 Energy Star rating of a public school in the State of Kentucky.