Living Our Legacy: Construction News

Look here for periodic construction updates. Questions? Contact Laura Zabaski, Parish Administrative Officer | 615-385-2150 x 242 or laura.zabaski@stgeorgesnashville.org.

Parking Notice

Sunday Parking | Starting this Sunday, September 8th, shuttle service to and from overflow parking at Truxton Trust (4525 Harding Pike) will be provided starting at 8:15am through the 11:15am service.  This service will continue on Sundays until further notice. 

Weekday Parking | Due to Kindergarten drop-off and pick-up, please do not enter the parking lot from Belle Meade Blvd during the following times: mornings 8:30-9:00am, Mondays 11:30am-12:00pm; Tuesdays - Fridays 1:30-2:00pm. Thank you!

 

Building Committee Update

September 5, 2019

Good afternoon. Well, it’s really happening! If you haven’t been by St. George’s recently, you’ll find that things look a bit different. This is the first of monthly communications from me, Cam Sorenson, Building Committee Chair, that will be made over the course of our project to keep our parish up-to-date on the progress of our building and renovation work.

In recent weeks, The Parent Company, the contractor for the Parish Life Center and associated work, has mobilized on site. Work began with the demolition of the building located at 104 Belle Meade Blvd and followed with removal of trees on the site to facilitate grading operations. Our sitework contractor is currently moving equipment onsite to begin grading operations this week. This will continue for many weeks.

Grading will commence on the portion of the site closest to Belle Meade Blvd while gravel is placed on the rearmost portion of the site to accommodate temporary parking for our parishioners. Once grading on the front portion of 104 has been completed, we’ll place gravel on that portion of the site to accommodate parking while the back portion of the site is graded. The Building Committee is working closely with The Parent Company to try to provide as much overflow parking as is possible at all times. Please bear with us as there will no doubt be some logistical challenges as we undertake this work. We should have abundant overflow parking available later this fall and certainly prior to the Christmas season.

We anticipate construction of the Parish Life Center to commence in October so my next communication will discuss the progress on site grading operations and what you can expect as construction on the PLC nears.


Regards,

Cam Sorenson, Chair
Building Committee


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