Natatorium (Architect JJCA)
This project included a new natatorium structure with an elevated Olympic-sized competition swimming pool, along with a smaller instructional pool. Locker rooms and support facilities for the football stadium were also included. Est. construction cost: $14 million.
Theater (Architect JJCA)
A new 52,000-square-foot, $14-million, 678-seat performing arts theatre. The structure includes a full fly tower, lighting catwalks, dressing rooms, scene shop, and a green room.
Ensworth High School (Hastings Architecture)
A new high-end private school campus located on a 124-acre site. The project consists of a total of 224,000 square feet in six separate buildings which include: an academics building; commons building; arts building; athletic building; administration building; and a clock tower. Also included are athletic fields and viewing stands for high school competition.
Ensworth Tennis Center
A three-story 155,000 square foot indoor athletic facility including two levels of post-tensioned concrete parking structure; six full size indoor tennis courts in a 49,000 square foot column-free, steel-roofed area; and spectator and locker room spaces.
Rocketship Nashville Northeast Elementary
Playful but very economical two-story school building in an under-served area.
Montgomery Bell Academy Campus
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.
Smith Springs Road Elementary School
Honored in American School & University 2016 - SchoolDesigns.com - for Outstanding Design.
A new 98,000-square-foot classroom building designed for 800 students. The building is constructed using load-bearing CMU wall and hollow-core plank.
Coffee County Elementary School
A new 70,000-square-foot elementary school that includes a full size gymnasium. The structure is constructed using load-bearing masonry walls and light-gage metal roof trusses.
Oakland Middle School
A new 162,000-square-foot intermediate public school constructed of load-bearing masonry walls and light-gage roof trusses.
Eagle View Elementary School
A new 99,615-square-foot elementary school planned for a capacity of 800 students. This school will be designed to achieve LEED Silver accreditation once completed.
Explore! Community School
ABC Greater Tennessee 2020 Excellence in Construction Eagle Award and 2020 ULI Nashville Runner Up.
The new, 85,858-square-foot K-8 Explore! Community Charter School features 36 classrooms, art, science and music rooms, small group rooms, a dining room, library and office space, plus ample makerspace. The exterior is comprised of insulated metal wall panels in school colors that create a unique civic architecture and provide a high thermal envelope (R-value) for heating and cooling efficiency. In a nod to the adjacent Martha O’Bryan Center, brick veneer complements the vibrant panels.