2021 AIA Tennessee Design Award for MBA H. Frank Burkholder Wellness Center.
Field House (Architect: Hastings Architecture Associates, LLC)
A new, three-story, steel-framed athletic field house of approximately 200,000 square feet. The field house includes: an arena, indoor practice field, wrestling rooms, practice gym, fitness, and miscellaneous support space.
Lowry Hall (Architect: Hastings Architecture Associates, LLC)
A new, 41,000-square-foot classroom building that includes office space, research rooms, 14 classrooms, and a lecture hall. A main-level student center was also constructed, which opens to the new outdoor plaza.
Wallace Hall (Architect: Hastings Architecture Associates, LLC)
A new, two-story 43,000-square foot dining hall with eight new classrooms. The Great Hall serves as a meeting space and multi-function space for the school.
Parking Garage (Architect: Hastings Architecture Associates, LLC)
A new, 200,000-square-foot parking garage. The garage includes space for an interior firing range. The top of the garage was used for a soccer field.
Science Building (Architect: Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design)
A 30,000-square-foot, three-story, free-standing building on the MBA campus. The building includes 12 state-of-the-art science classrooms and labs as well as a 1,100-seat lecture hall.
Massey Addition: A 12,000-square-foot addition to the existing Massey Junior High building. The addition is a two-story structure that includes a large multi-purpose meeting room.
Hilton and Residence Inn - Green Hills / Nashville, TN
2019 Hilton New Build of the Year for The Americas (US and Canada).
The Hilton and Residence Inn is a mixed planned project consisting of 146,900-square-foot Hilton and 90,110-square-foot Residence Inn. Plans call for 30,937 square feet of office space, 3,105 square feet of retail space and a 212,156-square-foot, eight-level parking garage with roughly more than 560 spaces.
Tennessee State Library & Archives
2022 AGC Middle TN Build Award of Excellence, 2021 ENR Southeast Merit Award, and 2021 ULI Nashville Excellence in Development Award.
The three-story, approximately 165,000-s.f. building, with one-level of below-grade parking, is projected to be completed fall of 2019. The facility will include a climate-controlled chamber for safely storing historic books and manuscripts as well as a state-of-the-art robotic retrieval system. There will be dedicated exhibit spaces for Tennessee’s founding documents and rotating exhibits, as well as a grand reading room with seating for 100 readers and scholars. There will be a vault for storing photographic negatives, an early literacy center designed specifically for children with a visual disability, and a recording lab to produce oral histories and audio books on Tennessee history.