Sunday, November 14, 2010

Development Briefs: Suffolk Construction opens office

Suffolk Construction Co. Inc., a privately held construction management company, said last week that it has established a national health-care construction office in Nashville, at One American Center at 3100 West End Ave.
The company said its health-care construction business has grown 20 percent in the past few years, and during the past five years it has delivered more than 500 health-care projects nationwide worth an estimated total value of $2.5 billion.

Leading Suffolk's National Healthcare Group is Executive Vice President Terry Brantley. During his 30-year career as a health-care construction executive, he has managed major health-care client programs for not-for-profit and for-profit systems, including Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp., HCA, Triad Hospitals, Community Health Systems, and Quorum Health Resources.

Chris Gilliam is vice president, director of operations; Craig Mulliniks is director of preconstruction services; and Paul Moffat is project executive.


White House Lowe's plans expansion

Home improvement retailer Lowe's Cos. is expanding its space at its millwork facility in White House, going from 143,532 square feet to 252,000 square feet, according to its landlord, HSA Commercial Real Estate in Chicago.

The building is at 510 Hester Drive.


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