Engineering firm Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon has brought on board Mark Goldstein as manager for controls and automation design in the company's industrial and buildings services business unit. Goldstein, who has more than three decades of experience in the industry, will lead Barge Waggoner's greater push into automating its design processes. Before joining Barge Waggoner, Goldstein was a senior instrumentation and controls engineer at the downtown office of Gresham Smith and Partners.
Gresham Smith & Partners has been awarded the contract to design the first phase of a greenway for the Thompson's Station community in southern Williamson County. The 2.8-mile trail will run from the Tollgate Village development to Thompson's Station Park. The project is being funded by a Federal Highway Administration grant.
Parmenter Realty, the owner of the Nashville City Center, has teamed up with Gresham Smith & Partners and R.C. Mathews Contractor to start work on the 475-space underground parking garage adjacent to the downtown office tower. Work on the five-story project is expected to wrap up late next year. The street-level plaza near Sixth Avenue North and Union Street also will look a little different by then.
Nashville-based architecture and engineering firm Gresham Smith has opened the doors to an office in Tallahassee. The outpost is the firm's fifth in Florida and sits just 75 miles from one in Chipley. It will focus primarily on transportation work in northern Florida and southern Georgia.
“Our staff is eager to utilize our new workspace to establish a local presence, become more engrained in the community and start working together with local stakeholders. With an office in Tallahassee, we’ll be able to better identify the infrastructure solutions that will support the economic development interests of the region and improve quality of life for residents.”
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