Living Our Legacy: Construction News
Look here for periodic construction updates. Questions? Contact Laura Zabaski, Parish Administrative Officer | 615-385-2150 x 242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work has begun on the underground drainage system and will continue for the next several weeks. Work also continues on the retaining wall on the south side of the lot at 104 Belle Meade Boulevard and the building footprint.
Sunday Parking | We offer shuttle service to and from overflow parking at Truxton Trust (4525 Harding Pike) starting at 8:15am through the 11:15am service. The shuttle picks up and drops off at the office entrance closest to Belle Meade City Hall. You may also park on the gravel lot closest to Belle Meade Blvd where the 104 House used to be. Thank you!
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
November 6, 2019
Since writing you in early October, we have made significant progress on the project. Construction of the 350’ long stone retaining wall along the southern property line is complete and the contractor will now begin construction of two other (smaller) walls on the site.
Underground storm drainage and utility work has commenced along with relocation of NES power lines.
The building pad on which Legacy Hall (formerly the Parish Life Center) will be located is virtually complete and excavation for building footings will begin shortly.
We hope to see construction begin in the next 30 days of a new bridge spanning the creek at the rear of the campus. Approval from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) to construct this bridge was obtained in late October. This bridge will provide access to the new pick-up / drop-off area for St. George’s Kindergarten.
To date, most of the progress has obviously been on the ground. In early January the construction will begin to go vertical with the block walls that will form the exterior walls of Legacy Hall.
With the installation of storm drainage beginning in the coming days traffic may be temporarily rerouted in the front parking lots as drain pipes are installed. Please be aware that traffic patterns may change daily to facilitate this important work.
I look forward to updating you in early December!
Cam Sorenson, Chair
Our Plans for the Future
Together, we shall be a brighter light — for the people of St. George's, the community of Nashville, and beyond. View photos and a video with renderings of the project here.
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