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Venue Information

The KSPE Committee for the Engineers' Week Banquet has planned a very exciting event at the Olmsted.

 Event Details

  • Date: Friday, February 22, 2019
  • Location: The Olmsted (3701 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, KY)
  • Entertainment: Live Music, Hors D'oeuvres during Social Hour, Dinner and Dessert Reception.
  • Guest Speaker: Dawne Gee with Wave 3 News. Dawne is a leader in our community who inspires through her positive message and support for so many of our community organizations.
  • Attire: Black tie optional

Schedule

  • 6:00 – 7:30 PM: Social Time
  • 7:30 – 8:30 PM: Dinner
  • 8:30 – 9:00 PM: Speaker
  • 9:00 – 9:30 PM: Awards Ceremony and Raffle Drawing
  • 9:30 - 10:00 PM: Dessert Reception

Registration Deadlines

  • Standard Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 13th Price: 
  • $70/individual, $550/table of 8, $690/table of 10
  • Late Registration Period: After Wednesday, February 13th Price:
    $85/individual, $680/table of 8, $850/table of 10

Raffle Information

The KSPE Banquet Committee is currently seeking items and donation to be raffled off at the KSPE Banquet. Raffle tickets will be sold before and during the KSPE Banquet, with a random drawing held at the end of the evening. Proceeds from the raffle will go towards the Louisville Chapters KSPE Scholarship fund, which offers two $1,500 scholarships to 4th and 5th year UofL Engineering students.

If you would like to donate a particular item to be raffled, or make a monetary donation for gifts to be bought by KSPE, please contact John Loechle, Sean Craig, or any other member of the KSPE Banquet Committee. Donors will be recognized at the Banquet and during raffle drawing. Thank you for your support.

For raffle donations or ticket purchases, contact:

John Loechle, PE

Engineering Director

Louisville MSD

Office: 502-540-6209

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Sean Craig, PE

Project Manager

AECOM

Office: 502-217-1508

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Sponsorships

It takes a lot of time, effort and money to put this event together each year. We plan the annual banquet knowing that we will not make any money, but because of the fellowship that everyone enjoys and the responses that we receive afterwards, we know it is worth it. There is one thing that you can do to help ensure that we can continue to break even on our banquet.

By sponsoring even one of the items listed below, you are not only saving the banquet committee from going crazy the week before, but we also reward your firm with branding on our video, banners and boards throughout the event.

The cost of various sponsorships can be underwritten (or a portion thereof) by your firm. Recognition of your firm's sponsorship of any of these costs will be included in the program, signage, and video slide show at the banquet. Also, firms that sponsor benefit in having a table closer to the Awards Ceremony and Speaker. Please contact Greg Miller (502.562.1412 -or- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Jordan Basham (502.540.6634 -or- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) if you are interested. Available sponsorship ranges are as follows:

 

  • $1,000
  • $650-$800
  • $450-$649
  • $350-$449
  • $250-$349
  • $100-$249

More About the Venue

The Olmsted, constructed between 1925 and 1927, is located on the campus of the former Masonic Widows and Orphans Home. It is located at 3701 Frankfort Avenue in the historic Crescent Hill-St. Matthews area. Designed by the architectural firm of Joseph and Joseph, the buildings were arranged on an elongated oval landscape plan with most of the buildings placed along the outer edge of the property, which extends roughly 80 acres. At the center of this plan lies The Olmsted. Once referred to as the dining hall, The Olmsted was the center of activity for all occupants of the Home. The Olmsted was named after Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., of the nationally recognized landscape architectural firm, The Olmsted Brothers. The Olmsted Brothers were well recognized in Louisville at the time, having designed numerous parks and other projects in the city since the late nineteenth century. Frederick Law Olmsted Sr. was most famous for having designed Central Park in New York City. Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. continued the legacy of his family by specializing in the preservation of natural park like settings, especially in urban areas. Believing that natural environments provided healthier living conditions, he designed many of these areas for neighborhoods with a predominance of concrete. The Home’s landscape design includes mature trees lining the paved driveways and two large grass areas in the center of the complex. This setting provided the occupants of the Home an abundance of natural space for activities and relaxation. For more information, visit www.theolmsted.com

Thank You!

We want to thank you for your continuous support of this event, and we promise to give our all in making it something to remember each year.

Please direct all forms and questions to:

Erin Wagoner
KSPE Banquet Committee Chair

Louisville MSD
700 W Liberty Street
Louisville, KY 40203

Ph: (502) 540-6307
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