We were hired to excavate and build a total of 5 bio retention ponds in a housing development in Nashville, TN in “The Nations” neighborhood. This area is off Centennial Pike near the old Tennessee State Prison. A combination of excavated dirt and hammered out rock for these ponds, we hauled off over 250 tri-axle dump trucks, which is approximately 4,000 tons. Below are just some of the photos of the project.
We had the pleasure of finishing a pre-framed 2,400 sq./ft. basement in the Temple Hills Community in Franklin, TN. When we arrived, the basement was framed into three separate rooms. We made some adjustments, added a few doors, and then transformed the space with all new electrical, HVAC, drywall, flooring, and paint. Most of the space took rubber gym flooring, while one of the rooms got ceramic tile. We also resurfaced the temporary stairway from the house down to the basement with all new wood slats, trim, and banisters and finished it with a dark colored stain. The Hot Yoga room took 3 ceramic heaters in the newly installed drop ceiling, allowing that room to be temperature controlled to a constant 104 degrees fahrenheit. From start to finish, this project took us about 4-6 weeks to complete, and according to the owner, it was well worth the wait!