public use facilities

Nashville Riverfront ParkNashville Riverfront Park

Nashville Riverfront Park

Nashville Riverfront Park

The New Riverfront Park is designed to provide new public attractions, parkland and waterfront access, giving residents and visitors a reason to come and enjoy both sides of the riverfront. When fully implemented, 
the project area will be ten times the size of the existing Riverfront Park. These modifications include public features such as fountains, spraygrounds, boardwalks, overlooks, piers, performance spaces, wetlands, plazas, new docking facilities, increased bikeways, and open play space.

Music City Center, Nashville

Don Hardin Group teamed with East Tennessee Mechanical and Hermosa, Inc to form Harmony.  Bell/Clark, A Joint Venture in Association with Harmony were awarded the contract to build Nashville’s new convention center.  The new high-performance Music City Center, located adjacent to the Bridgestone Arena on the south side of Broadway, will more than double the downtown meeting and exhibit space available in the current convention center.

Plans call for the facility to be built out at approximately 1.2 million square feet and feature a 350,000-square-foot exhibit hall acoustically designed to double as a concert hall, more than 50 meeting rooms, two ballrooms and approximately 36 loading docks for the ultimate in flexibility and ease.