STG Design Tag

MT. JULIET, Tenn. – Work is underway on Class A office space Crain Construction Inc. is building at 1010 Pleasant Grove in Mt. Juliet. The four-story Pleasant Grove Office Building is under construction on a two-acre site just north of Interstate 40 in an area that has seen an increase in commercial development. Designed by STG Design, the 33,000-square-foot office building is a steel structure with a glass front, exterior brick, aluminum composite panels and Nichiha fiber cement...

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – This year’s change in venue didn’t smother the smoking hot competition for Crain Construction’s 4th Annual Nashville Rib Off held in Centennial Park on October 27. With the smoke-cured meats tender on the bone, judges rendered their verdicts declaring NAI Nashville Fattyshack the winner of the rib competition and Duke Realty Corporation Nice Rack was the victor in the wing category. “The real winner of the 2017 Rib Off is the American Heart Association,”...

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. -- Crain Construction Inc. has broken ground and is building Parrish Corner, a one-story, 20,171-square-foot office building in Hendersonville, Tenn. Designed by STG Design, the project is located at 410 N. Parrish Place near the popular retail area just off Indian Lake Boulevard. "It's a one-story building with a corner presence so we've used different facades and heights to add interest," said Chad Jones, STG Design architect. "We're using the lobby as a vertical element...

 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Crain Construction Inc. received an Excellence in Development award from the Urban Land Institute Nashville District Council (ULI Nashville) for transforming a warehouse into Class A office space. Through an adaptive reuse project, Crain Construction was part of the team that converted a former warehouse at 2963 Sidco Drive into office space for c3/consulting and for the general contractor’s new headquarters. Crain Construction built the original warehouse in 1959. The warehouse transformation won a...

A small-world connection helped spark a relationship that eventually led to a portfolio of work for Crain Construction. Lizabeth Theiss, Crain Construction’s vice president of business development, met an owner rep for Loden iVision Centers. Over the course of several conversations, they discovered they had something in common. They both attended Texas A&M. So, he connected Theiss with his client. A few years later with the relationship established, Loden iVision Centers set its sights on expanding in...