The former 6.2 acres of the Nashville Convention Center is becoming a vibrant, mixed-use mecca including a 26-story contemporary residential tower, a 385,000 square foot Class-A office tower, 235,000 square feet of walkable shops and rooftop restaurants, a renovated conference center, the upcoming National Museum of African American Music, and world-class entertainment offerings. Developed and designed by OliverMcMllan and Spectrum | Emery, this highly anticipated hub will set the tone for the evolution of downtown Music City. The project cost is $430 million and is slated for completion in the spring of 2020.

Wheaton Sprague provided comprehensive engineering services to Harmon, Inc.’s Atlanta office for the project. Those services included design and development for the glass entrance curtain wall system on a horizontal HSS steel bar. Then, WS provided shop drawings, structural engineering, and project management for the 5,000 square foot glass entrance curtain wall system.