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REMINDER: NO ANNUAL AWARDS IN 2019!

ANNOUNCEMENT:  

THERE WILL NOT BE AN ANNUAL AWARDS EVENT IN 2019!  

Because Nashville will be hosting ULI’s annual Spring Meeting April 16 – 18, 2019, ULI Nashville will take a year off from its annual Excellence in Development Awards and will not conduct an Awards program in 2019.

Instead, in 2020, we will return with the Awards program and a ULI Nashville Excellence in Development Awards gala.

Stay tuned for announcements!

Register for 2019 ULI Spring Meeting here.

The 2018 Excellence of Development Awards gala reflected ULI Nashville’s commitment to community and livability, valued partners and members, and excellence in development, design, and place-making.

The ULI Nashville Excellence in Development Awards represent the mission that strong communities, good development partners, and excellence in development and design should be recognized and best practices shared.

The Urban Land Institute Nashville District Council has awarded eight Middle Tennessee projects with Excellence in Development awards — with 1201 Demonbreun, Bridgestone Tower, Hill Center Brentwood, Lifeway Corporate Headquarters and Station 40 winning in the private sector–large project category.

More than 650 members and guests gathered for ULI Nashville’s 10th annual awards event Tuesday night at the Omni Nashville Hotel, according to a release. The awards recognize excellence in land use, development, design and construction. Additionally, the awards honor collaboration among development team members.

There were 17 entries this year, including a 1930s neighborhood church transformed for creative office space, an abandoned bowling alley converted to a dialysis center, new high-rise corporate headquarters and an interpretive center for a historic site. The eight winning projects represent private, public and non-profit sectors.

Winners of the so-called People’s Choice Awards were Lifeway Corporate Headquarters and Hill Center Brentwood.

Winning projects and their development teams are as follows:

Nonprofit Sector

Jackson Center for Music & Worship Arts — Project Team: Trevecca Nazarene University; Earl Swensson Associates Inc.; American Constructors Inc.; S&ME Inc.; Intertek PSI

Private Sector – Small Project

Riverside Station — Project Team: SnapShot Development LLC; Gilbert/McLaughlin/Casella Architects PLC; DWC Construction Company Inc.; Landscape Services Inc.; Barge Cauthen & Associates Inc.; Pinnacle Financial Partners

The Phoenix on 51st — Project Team: MiKen Development; HR Properties of Tennessee; Aesh Design LLC; Carter Group LLC; Dale & Associates; Franklin Synergy Bank; First Citizens National Bank; Terra Nova Engineering PLLC; Baron Residential

Private Sector – Large Project

1201 Demonbreun — Project Team: Eakin Partners LLC; Hastings Architecture Associates LLC; Brasfield & Gorrie LLC; Hawkins Partners Inc.; Civic Site Design Group; KCI Technologies Inc.; Intertek PSI; EMC Structural Engineers PC

Bridgestone Tower — Project Team: Highwoods Properties Inc.; Perkins+Will; Brasfield & Gorrie; Perkins+Will; Barge Design Solutions Inc.; Professional Service Industries Inc.; Intertek PSI; Giarratana Development LLC; Integral Group PLLC; Uzun+Case LLC

Hill Center Brentwood — Project Team: H.G. Hill Realty Company LLC; TMPartners PLLC; Turner Construction Company; Hawkins Partners Inc.; Barge Cauthen & Associates; SunTrust; KCI Technologies Inc.; Intertek PSI; Cooper Carry; EMC Structural Engineers P.C.; I.C. Thomasson Associates Inc.; Gorney Realty Co.; Southeast Venture LLC; Waller

Lifeway Christian Resources Building — Project Team: Lifeway Christian Resources; Boyle Investment Company;  Gresham, Smith and Partners; Skanska; Hawkins Partners Inc.; Barge Design Solutions Inc.; TTL Inc.; Uzun & Case LLC; I.C. Thomasson Assciates Inc.; HMA Consulting; Quentin Thomas Associates Inc.; Steven Durr Design; Walker Consultants; Smith Seckman Reid Inc.

Station 40 – Sylvan Heights — Project Team: H.G. Hill Realty Company LLC; Southeast Venture; Brasfield & Gorrie; Hawkins Partners Inc.; Barge Cauthen & Associates; SunTrust; US Bank; KCI Technologies Inc.; TTL Inc.; Waller; Wise Engineers; Genesis Engineering Group.

Judges for the 2018 awards were Drew Mengwasser, with TGB Partners in Houston; Rameez Munawar, with Columbia Property Trust in Washington, D.C.; and Laurie Payne, with Diamond Corp. in Toronto.

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