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VIDEO: Crews Implode Historic Tower

Crews imploded Nashville's historic Sullivan Tower at 8:30 a.m. on July 21. Some of the 11-storey office building, which opened in 1953, had been demolished earlier this year, CBS News reported. Crews placed multiple covers over the building before using 600 lbs....


Amazon Unveils Top 20 List for HQ2 Location—Did Your Hometown Make the Cut?

Amazon announced Jan. 18 that it has chosen 20 potential locations for its new headquarters. In 2017, more than 230 cities stepped up to the plate with proposal packages including tax incentives and more to vie for the retail giant to choose them for its HQ2....


Video: Tower Implosion Paves Way for Future Development

Nashville's LifeWay Draper Tower successfully came down section by section in a planned implosion Jan. 6, which used around 600 lbs. of explosives. "Everything went 100 percent perfect," said Steve Pettigrew, who was in charge of executing the implosion, The Tennessean reported....


Mack Trucks Participates in Discussion about Partnership with Steve Moakler

In conjunction with this year's annual Country Music Awards (CMA) show in Nashville, Tenn., Mack Trucks participated in a panel discussion spotlighting its collaboration with country music artist Steve Moakler....


New Tennessee Bill Requires Construction Sites to Post Hours

A new bill in Nashville, Tenn.'s Metro Council is aimed at allowing people living near work sites to know when the works starts, ends and where to complain about a problem. It would require work sites to post hours of operation as well as the phone numbers to the construction company and the Metro Codes Department....


Franklin Equipment Opens New Kentucky Location

Franklin Equipment announced another store opening in Louisville Ky. This new location expands Franklin Equipment's regional coverage from stores in Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin and Tennessee into Kentucky....


City Takes a Modular Approach to Housing

As construction never ceases to end in the growing city of Nashville, development for residential properties has recently taken a creative approach. Alloy is an 82-unit condominium development on Herron Drive near the Fairgrounds....






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