Napkin Sketch to Ribbon Cutting: How Construction is Changing the Game for End Users

Napkin Sketch to Ribbon Cutting: How Construction is Changing the Game for End Users


October 2016

This session will look at how today’s design and construction teams are delivering an accurate, agile, and dynamic results for Owners and End Users, from "napkin sketch" to product delivery. In particular, cutting-edge technology and early collaboration processes allow an Owner or End User to quickly make decisions about building design and cost relative to the core & shell and focus more attention on what’s happening on the inside. As shared by contractor JE Dunn and architect (& tenant) Gresham Smith & Partners, this case study features Nashville’s newest addition to the city’s corporate real estate footprint, 222 2nd Ave South. Developed by Hines, this 25-floor tower in downtown Nashville is a mixed-use development anchored by 25,000-square-feet of ground-level retail and restaurant space, offering 361,000-square-feet of Class-A office space atop a 10-story, 1,100-space parking garage. An outdoor terrace on the 12th floor will overlook the Cumberland River, while other gathering spaces and amenities – including a conference center and fitness center.

Keywords: CoreNet Global, Summit, North America, Philly2016, construction, site, design

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