The Tennessee State University Health Sciences Facility is a new 93,000 square-foot building on the campus located in downtown Nashville.
The facility is a four-story steel-framed building with instructional labs, classrooms, administrative offices, and shared common areas. The building houses the Cardio Respiratory, Health Information Management, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy Departments for the University.
Our scope of work also consisted of updating the capacity of the Central plant and demolition of two other buildings on campus. This project meets the Tennessee High-Performance Building Requirements.
The site included building about 1,000 feet of campus road to create a complete loop at the end of campus. Storm water includes improving drainage around the new building, upgrading existing drainage across existing roadways, and building a new spillway to disperse water evenly to an existing pond. A new 71-space parking lot was constructed including a new crosswalk.
Tennessee Board of Regents
Storm Water Retention Pond