The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Nashville honored four KCI projects during their 2023 awards ceremony.
KCI’s traffic engineering team was recognized for their work on several development projects throughout the city. The Asurion Gulch Hub, the Dismas House, the Ludlow, and the Three Thirty Three projects were selected for Excellence in Development Awards, with the Dismas House also winning the Rose Faeges-Easton Community Impact Award. For each project, KCI provided selected traffic engineering services including traffic analysis and traffic impact study work, traffic design for offsite improvements, and traffic control plans, as needed. Samantha Bowie, EIT, Beth Ostrowski, PE, PTOE, Meghan Sigler, PE, and Brandon Taylor, PE, were present to accept the awards on behalf of the firm.
ASURION GULCH HUB
Asurion developed and constructed a high-rise office building for their new headquarters in the North Gulch area of downtown Nashville. This new 551,000-square-foot, mixed-use complex features office and retail space throughout a new multi-story building positioned on top of a parking garage.
To improve the lives of formerly incarcerated Tennesseans, the Dismas House utilized a carefully crafted architectural design to increase their capacity for overnight guests and create a comfortable environment to provide services that enhance the physical and mental well-being of these individuals.
Deeply rooted in historic Buena Vista, the brand-new Ludlow apartment complex uses forward-thinking architecture and abundant natural light to create a relaxed atmosphere that features residential units and ground level commercial space.
THREE THIRTY THREE
Offering a mix of office, hospitality, retail, restaurants and entertainment venues, Three Thirty Three is the first LEED-ND Certified green neighborhood located in the center of the Gulch. The five-story, mixed-use brick building features 71,000 square feet of office space and 11,000 square feet of ground floor retail.