We are getting an idea of how much Kieran Burke and Gary Story, the new owners of Nashville Shores, are investing in the water park’s new lazy river and wave pool. Aquatic Builders Ltd. has pulled a $2.8 million permit – not the $28 million Metro records show – for the former Six Flags execs that covers the first phase of the expansion. The paperwork for the finishing touches as well as the foodservice building and refreshment bar will be issued later.
Ikon Construction is preparing to renovate the building at 815 Lea Ave. for IT firm Advanced Network Solutions, which is currently housed at 105 Broadway. The contract for the work just south of Cummins Station is worth $613,000.
Nashville Medical Group will move into second-floor office space in the Bradford Hills Center on Nolensville Pike south of Old Hickory Boulevard after Fred Yazdian finishes out the interior at the Stevens Group project. The work is valued at $295,000.
Laboratory company Aegis Sciences is adding to its footprint in MetroCenter. The company is rehabbing some space and replacing an HVAC system at 365 Great Circle Road, the former home of fulfillment company Genesis. American Constructors is doing $250,000 worth of work on this building, which is a few doors down from Genesis’ home base.
The historic Wyndham Union Station Hotel needs a new roof and Beech Construction Services is just the company to do it. The project is worth $113,000.
Beech also is handling the finishing work on an 800-square-foot Johnston & Murphy store that will take the place of the former golf shop in the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. The job for the Genesco concept is valued at $45,000.