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University of Louisville Bass-Rudd Tennis Center Men’s Locker Room

The University of Louisville men’s and women’s tennis programs are proud to call the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center home. Located directly across from Cardinal Park, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center currently boasts six indoor courts and eight lighted outdoor courts with electronic scoreboards.

The building also houses men’s and women’s locker rooms, a training room, player lounge areas and offices to accompany its Deco-Turf surfaced courts. Another special feature of the tennis center is the Wimbledon Room, a conference room overlooking the indoor courts.

The Bass-Rudd Tennis Center served as the host facility for the 2004 Conference USA Women’s Tennis Championship, the 2002 and 1997 C-USA Men’s Tennis Championships and as a first round site for the 1998 NCAA men’s tennis tournament.

Known as one of the best on-campus college tennis facilities in the nation, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center was awarded the 1995 Kentucky Tennis Association Facility of the Year and the United States Tennis Association College Facility of the Year.

U of L opened the doors to the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in 1994. The facility is named in honor of Lewis “Sonny” Bass and Mason Rudd, who each donated $500,000 toward its construction.

Aside from being the home for the Cardinals’ intercollegiate tennis teams, U of L also offers memberships and daily court time for students, faculty, staff, alumni and other interested parties.

Calhoun served as the construction manager and completed this design-build to renovate and upgrade the Bass-Rudd tennis locker rooms for men and women.  The renovation included new bathrooms, showers, lockers and lounge areas, including new flooring, paint, and acoustical ceilings.


University of Louisville Bass-Rudd Tennis Center Women’s Locker Room

The University of Louisville men’s and women’s tennis programs are proud to call the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center home. Located directly across from Cardinal Park, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center currently boasts six indoor courts and eight lighted outdoor courts with electronic scoreboards.

The building also houses men’s and women’s locker rooms, a training room, player lounge areas and offices to accompany its Deco-Turf surfaced courts. Another special feature of the tennis center is the Wimbledon Room, a conference room overlooking the indoor courts.

The Bass-Rudd Tennis Center served as the host facility for the 2004 Conference USA Women’s Tennis Championship, the 2002 and 1997 C-USA Men’s Tennis Championships and as a first round site for the 1998 NCAA men’s tennis tournament.

Known as one of the best on-campus college tennis facilities in the nation, the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center was awarded the 1995 Kentucky Tennis Association Facility of the Year and the United States Tennis Association College Facility of the Year.

U of L opened the doors to the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in 1994. The facility is named in honor of Lewis “Sonny” Bass and Mason Rudd, who each donated $500,000 toward its construction.

Aside from being the home for the Cardinals’ intercollegiate tennis teams, U of L also offers memberships and daily court time for students, faculty, staff, alumni and other interested parties.

Calhoun served as the construction manager and completed this design-build to renovate and upgrade the Bass-Rudd tennis locker rooms for men and women.  The renovation included new bathrooms, showers, lockers and lounge areas, including new floors, paint, acoustical ceilings, sinks and vanities


University of Louisville Pruvit Practice Field Entrance Gate

Cardinal Stadium is the home of the University of Louisville football program. Debuting in 1998, it is one of the last football stadiums in NCAA Division I-A to open in the 20th century.

Calhoun served as the construction manager and completed this design-build to create a brand new, formal gate.  All work was self-performed on this new construction.


ProLogistix

Unlike traditional staffing services, Prologistix recruits exclusively for logistics employees. Their recruiters are professionals who understand the industry and possess local market knowledge. They’re all internally certified in the basic skill sets common to warehouse environments and safety, including many OSHA standards and procedures. They also have a qualified forklift instructor and a risk and safety coordinator in every branch.

Calhoun served as construction manager and self-performed the interior fit out and renovation.  The project was 6,561 sq ft.


Atkore PVC Plastics Manufacturing Facility

Design/build project for a 20,000 SF pre-engineered metal building expansion at an operational PVC plastics manufacturing facility. The scope included timely completion of all construction and utilities for an on-time turnover for equipment installation.


City of Crestwood Temporary Courts Building

The city of Crestwood, in Oldham County, moved into a temporary courthouse at 6822 Central Ave.  This location was a IGA grocery store converted for use until a new permanent location at 100 W. Main St. in La Grange, KY would eventually open.

Calhoun Construction served as the Construction Manager and self performed much of the interior renovations.

 


Louisville Exchanger & Vessel

Louisville Exchanger & Vessel, INC. is an ASME specialty metal fabrication shop located in the heart of Louisville, KY. When LEV opened its doors in 2000 they found success in providing the process and petrochemical industries with the highest quality products, on time and on budget. That strong customer commitment led them to find success in the heart and soul industry of Kentucky: bourbon.

Louisville Exchanger & Vessel designs and manufactures tailored process equipment in a 15,000 square foot shop using state of the art tools. Their tanks, stills, heat exchangers and process equipment are held to the highest of standards. They do work both in-house and on-site.

Calhoun Construction served as the design build contractor on a new 3,150 sqft pre-engineered metal building to serve as more storage area for the fabrication and manufacturing business.  Calhoun supported the project from conception through construction.


La Bamba

Brothers Ramiro and Antonio Aguas became frustrated with the lack of quality Mexican food in the Chicago and Champaign areas, so in 1987, they opened their first store. Word spread and La Bamba became a hit.

More stores began opening throughout Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Wisconsin, and now, they have 8 stores with family members involved at each location.

Calhoun Construction served as the General Contractor on the demolition and construction of the new La Bamba in Louisville, Kentucky with 2 storefront opportunities in addition to the La Bamba.


Dahlem Realty Company

The Dahlem Company is a third generation family business based in Louisville, Kentucky. At the helm of the Dahlem Company is Charlie and Jim Dahlem.

Through subsidiaries, Dahlem Enterprises and Dahlem Realty Company, Dahlem is actively involved in acquisition, development, leasing and management of retail shopping centers & commercial office space in Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama and Georgia.

Dahlem delivers unparalleled brokerage, leasing and management services to its clients. This commitment is met by exceeding client and tenant expectations and maintaining strong, long-term relationships.

Calhoun Construction Services has served as a General Contractor providing tenant fit-outs and ongoing maintenance to various locations.