K-12

Cane Ridge High School Nashville, Tennessee

Cane Ridge High School Nashville, Tennessee

The school totals approximately 309,000 sq. ft.; capacity of 2,000 students and will contain 41 classrooms, 16 science labs, six career and technology rooms, a complete administration suite, a 600-seat auditorium and a 2,000-seat gymnasium. Other unique features of the school will be a "Cyber Café" with direct access to the main dining room, graphic arts classrooms and studios and an outdoor sculpture court. The building itself will include 309,512 square feet and will be constructed using materials and systems that incorporate energy conservation and environmental protection – following current Green Building and LEED components.

Key Structural Components
Load bearing reinforced masonry walls
Hollowcore floor and roof planks
Structural steel beams and columns
 
Design Team
Client: Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
Architect: Gould Turner Group
Contractor: RG Anderson
Structural Engineers: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 309,512 GSF
Construction Cost: $45 Million
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