The Vanderbilt University Medical Center has received a permit related to interior renovation work for its Vanderbilt Vaccine Research Program, according to a Metro Codes Department document.
Nashville-based American Constructors is handling the work, with the permit valued at $913,244.
The birthing center approved by the Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency in September has filed to change its location to the former Outback Steakhouse site on West End Avenue.
Baby + Co., a four-suite outpatient birthing center for low-risk pregnant women, is part of a partnership with Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the Vanderbilt School of Nursing.
The center was originally planned at 2106 21st Ave., but has filed to move to 3212 West End Ave. Outback closed its restaurant at that site with little notice almost a year ago.
The application will be heard at the March HSDA meeting. For more on Baby + Co.'s Nashville plans, click here.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center officials has secured two permits for work in separate buildings on the campus, according to Metro Codes Department documents.
The VUMC building located at 1301 Medical Center Drive will receive a TVC chiller with the permit valued at $815,180. The VUMC building located at 1211 Medical Center Drive will receive similar mechanical updates, with that permit valued at about $3.15 million.
Orion Building Corp. is handling both jobs.
See an aerial view (courtesy of Google Maps) of VUMC here.
The Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Preston Research Building is slated for renovations, according to a permit the Metro Codes Administration Department has issued.
The facility is located at 2220 Pierce Ave., with the permit valued at $300,000 and to cover work on Floor 8.
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