The Middle Tennessee chapter of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) has awarded Street Dixon Rick Architecture's Carly Wansing, Associate AIA, LEED AP,
the prestigious "Green Star Award for Individual Contribution."
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The cross raising for St. Andrew's Lutheran Church took place on August 22, 2009. Baird Dixon, AIA, LEED AP, the lead architect for the project,
and Carly Wansing, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, worked closely with church member Kris Nethercutt to design the new stainless steel cross.
Street Dixon Rick Architecture�s design for a new commercial office building was unveiled at a recent ground-breaking. The new building,
with a total of 26,000 square feet, will provide office space for engineering firm Barge Cauthen & Associates, Inc., in addition to
retail space on the first floor.
Baird Dixon, AIA, LEED AP, firm principal, Street Dixon Rick Architecture, and Dan Barge, III, P.E., Principal Engineer, Barge Cauthen & Associates, Inc.,
celebrated the ground-breaking for Hill Center at Nashville West. The new commercial building will house Barge Cauthen & Associates, Inc., when completed.
Beth Phillips, LEED AP, Jimmy Granbery, Baird Dixon, AIA, LEED AP, Mayor Karl Dean, and Stephen Rick, AIA, LEED AP, celebrate the ground-breaking for the new
Hill Center at Nashville West. (from left to right) Street Dixon Rick Architecture designed the new 26,000 square foot building that
Barge Cauthen & Associates, Inc., will occupy when complete.