Permit Patrol: 20 February 2009

A new hat for the Ryman, Scientologists prepping Eighth Avenue work, $10M overhaul for Hermitage apartments, and more...

Work will soon begin on the three-building Autumn Wood Terrace Apartment Complex at 1316 Tulip Grove Road in Hermitage. The complex is being constructed by Bacar Constructors Inc. and is valued at $10 million.

MDHA is preparing for the interior renovation of 50 units at its Gernert Studio Apartments at 1101 Edgehill Ave. The construction is valued at $1.2 million and is being handled by the Carter Group.

Alan Utz & Associates have pulled permits for the renovation of a 24,274-square-foot space at 100 Oaks Mall for retailer Michael's. The construction is valued at $675,000.

American Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. has been contracted to re-roof the Ryman Auditorium. Recently, the firm pulled permits to tear off the existing covering and put on a new one, work that is valued at $311,000.

The Church of Scientology pulled permits this week for demolition work involved with the rehab of the building the church purchased at 1130 Eighth Ave. S. Simone Azzam, doing business as Nova Construction, is listed as the contractor for the work, which is valued at $285,000.

Texas-based aviation company Atlantic Aviation is preparing to add to its location at Nashville International Airport. The 3,000 square-foot addition is valued at $263,345. PBG Builders Inc. is handling the work.

Flow Construction Co. has pulled permits for the $175,000 renovation of a space in the Grassmere Park for technology security firm Asurion.

A space in Opry Mills will soon be the new home of sunglass boutique Solstice. David A. Nice Builders is handling the renovation, which is valued at $130,000.

Center Point Construction has pulled permits for the rehab of 2,100 square feet space at 224 Old Hickory Blvd. in North Nashville. The space will hold a Value Vet. The work is valued at $125,000.