Leonard Engineering to Help Climb NuLu Get Off the Ground
NuLu, the Louisville neighborhood in the vicinity of East Market downtown, is often referred to as an “upwardly mobile” community. A new venture from the entrepreneur behind Hoosier Heights wants to make that description a little more literal.
Climb NuLu has set their sights on transforming the former Hunt Tractor warehouses into a new urban recreational climbing facility. They’ve already launched similar successful locations in Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana.
Leonard Engineering is excited to be participating in the project to get Climb NuLu off the ground. With our extensive experience in adaptive repurposing, we’re uniquely prepared to help owner Joe Anderson and his company turn the industrial space into a fun and socially engaging facility in one of the hippest areas of the city. Our role in this project is to evaluate the existing structure and design reinforcement for the climbing wall supports where necessary.
This project is already underway and expected to be open this winter. We’re thrilled to be working with owner Joe Anderson on a facility with so much potential to benefit the community around it. If you’d like to learn more about the project, Insider Louisville did a great interview with Joe. You can read the article here: http://insiderlouisville.com/business/nulu-want-hoosier-heights-owner-joe-anderson-talks-climb-nulu/