The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded Brentwood-based AMI Metals a one-year contract to supply aluminum sheets and plates to various branches of the military as well as some civilian agencies. The deal is worth more than $49 million to AMI, which runs plants in six U.S. states as well as in Belgium.
Health Care REIT Inc. officials are in talks to secure two anchor tenants for the Toledo, Ohio-based company's proposed OneCity project.
In addition, design is now underway for both the first two buildings and a full campus plan for the health care development, to be located near the under-construction 28th/31st Avenue Connector off Charlotte Avenue and on the western fringe of Nashville's medical district.
Ryan Doyle, Health Care REIT vice president of medical facilities, declined to reveal the names of the two prospective anchor tenants or give an estimated date as to when either could sign a lease.
For the first phase, Earl Swensson Associates will serve as architect, with JE Dunn to handle the general contracting effort, Doyle said. Civil Site Design Group and Landprint Studio has been the planning team through visioning and entitlements and will also be the overall civil engineer and master plan designer with 505 Design, he added.
Health Care REIT has a Brentwood office.
TruMist, LLC, a faith-based software development company based in Brentwood, announced today the launch of its Prayermaker iPhone app.
The app, available through the Apple Store for $0.99, is designed to create personal customized prayers for specific intentions and offers the user a choice of faiths (Catholic, Hindu, Jewish, New Thought and Protestant, with Islam to be available soon).
TruMist conceived the application, and Nashville-based Bytes of Knowledge developed it.
“Prayer is universal and we are excited to help make it accessible to today’s mobile society with the Prayermaker app,” Laura Landress, managing partner of TruMist, said in a release. “Through our partnership with developer Bytes of Knowledge, we have created a unique product that is easy to use for the end user and administrators, allowing both the ability to create, post and organize prayer content.”