Mayor Declares November 16 “Gresham, Smith and Partners Day” in Nashville

Proclamation Recognizes Firm’s 50th Anniversary, Impact Through Design and Planning, and Ongoing Commitment to Nashville’s Vitality

November 16, 2017   |   Nashville,  Tenn.   |   Events

Gresham, Smith and Partners is proud to share that under proclamation of Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, Nov. 16 is “Gresham, Smith and Partners Day” in Music City. The proclamation recognizes the positive impact GS&P has made and continues to make on Nashville and Davidson County through design and planning solutions. It also honors the firm’s 50th anniversary in business and ongoing commitment to the city through investment in a new workplace for its more than 400 local employees at an iconic new GS&P-designed tower at 222 Second Avenue South. Industry, civic and community leaders will join GS&P staff tonight at the new office for a celebration of the firm’s anniversary. 

“Our success throughout the past five decades is due to our talented and passionate staff, and the tremendous clients that have given us the opportunity to serve them,” commented Al Pramuk, chairman and CEO, Gresham, Smith and Partners. “We’re proud to renew our commitment to Nashville with our new office space and we look forward to many more years of partnering with clients and business leaders to create design solutions for smart, sustainable growth and community vitality.”
 
GS&P’s current and recent projects in Nashville’s central business district include the mixed-use convention center redevelopment, Fifth + Broadway, the 15-acre mixed-use development, Nashville Yards, the iconic mixed-use tower at 222 Second Avenue South, the 16-story office tower at 1100 Charlotte Avenue and LifeWay’s new corporate headquarters. GS&P has also led important infrastructure projects like the Division Street Bridge Expansion, the I-24 bridge rehabilitation, Metro Water Services overflow abatement program and chemical feed upgrades and the Metro Nashville Main Library parking garage expansion, improvements that are essential to the city’s growth.
 
In addition to shaping Nashville through design and planning, GS&P has supported charitable and civic organizations within the community for many years. These include United Way of Metropolitan Nashville, American Heart Association, Partnership 2020 and Nashville Downtown Partnership. 

“Our success throughout the past five decades is due to our talented and passionate staff, and the tremendous clients that have given us the opportunity to serve them. We’re proud to renew our commitment to Nashville with our new office space and we look forward to many more years of partnering with clients and business leaders to create design solutions for smart, sustainable growth and community vitality.”

Al Pramuk, chairman and CEO, GS&P
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