Commercial Realty Services, a Mt. Juliet-based developer, recently announced construction has started on the first of two mixed-use buildings that will help form the company’s Providence Station development.
While students and most of the staff at Beech High School have been enjoying a break for the summer, around 100 construction workers have been in the throes of a $13 million renovation project that includes updating every classroom in the 270,000-square-foot building.
The developer of a hotel near the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center expects to start construction next week, on the heels of Metro approving a $14.9 million building permit for the work.
Whether he’s keeping pace with the Nolensville Running Club or sipping coffee with parents at Mama’s Java, Bill Harlin has a busy year ahead of him. Harlin will open and lead the county’s newest high school, Nolensville High School, next fall. He’s been tirelessly meeting with the Nolensville community for the past two months. The next step? Creating the school’s mission and vision.
The Robertson County Board of Education last week unanimously approved a contract with Biscan, Inc. to secure school entrances across the county.
Nashville-based Fresh Hospitality is targeting an August completion for its adaptive reuse project involving Germantown’s historic Peafowl Theatre Building. Brentwood-based Biscan Construction is serving as general contractor, with Nashville-based Gobbell Hays Partners enlisted to provide design work.
Robert S. Biscan & Co. will build the 7,732-square-foot Melrose Retail Center (pictured) to be located at 2625 Franklin Pike. Being developed by The Capital Corp., the one-story building will have three tenant spaces for restaurants and one for retail. It's a $463,000 project.
Bids were opened Tuesday for construction of the proposed 30,300-square-foot addition to Eagleville School with Robert S. Biscan & Company of Brentwood submitting the apparent low bid of $5,415,100.
Murfreesboro City Schools invited WGNS to tour the new Overall Creek Elementary School that is scheduled to open with the new school year in July. Principal Don Bartch's love for children, coupled with his enthusiasm are making the two-story gabled roof structure, something educators from across the nation will look at as "cutting edge".