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ULI Nashville is dedicated to shaping the built environment in ways that improve the health of people and communities. Read More
ULI Nashville is led by a volunteer Management Committee and Advisory Board that guides the organization, sets program priorities, and manages financial obligations and goals. Read More
Nashville Young Leaders Group (YLG) ULI Nashville Young Leaders Group is organized to serve the specific goals of our ULI members under the age of 35. YLG’s major focuses are career development, mentorship, and networking. YLG offers special programming opportunities designed to meet the interests … Read More
Would you like to get the most from your ULI membership? Are you able to take advantage of all the opportunities that your ULI membership offers? Maybe you’d like to increase your visibility within ULI Nashville’s diverse membership of professionals who represent a wide variety … Read More
By Lizabeth Theiss, Vice President of Business Development, Crain Construction. The number one question I get asked is “How much does it cost to build a building?” It’s like asking someone–“How much does it cost to buy a car?” Most surmise that all buildings cost the same per square foot or that Crain Construction has a spreadsheet we plug in and get a quick number back. It’s a funny question in our world of construction that I often reply to with multiple questions.
We have some exciting and informative programs and events planned for the next fiscal year! Be sure not to miss any. Read More
On Thursday, July 10, from 6:00-7:30 pm Nashvillians are asked to weigh in on how Nashville can do a better job supporting the unique cultures of Nashville – from different nationalities, races and ethnicies, to our culture of entrepreneurialism and artists, to our growing food culture and more. Read More
In early June, the Tennessee State Department of Transportation (TDOT) became the sixth State DOT to officially endorse NACTO’s Urban Street Design Guide, a blueprint for designing safe, sustainable and multi-modal urban streets. The endorsement, which follows similar actions by Washington, Massachusetts, California, Utah, and Minnesota, represents the first by a southern state DOT and cements Tennessee DOT’s leadership in multi-modal design and long-range transportation planning. Read More