Posts By: Grant Rosenberg
Denark was recently selected by Knox County to be the Design Builder for the new Hardin Valley Middle School. The new $34.8 Million Middle School will be located off Steele Road behind the existing Hardin Valley Elementary and High Schools in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Along with our teammates BarberMcMurry architects, Trane Energy Systems and Robert G. Campbell & Associates, we are excited to deliver an outstanding facility that students, teachers, parents, and the entire community will be proud of.
This will be the second major Design-Build project that Denark/BarberMcMurry has teamed up for. We had previously completed the Tennessee Smokies Stadium in Sevierville ahead of schedule with $0 in change orders.
Denark Construction was recently awarded the contract as Construction Manager/General Contractor for Tennessee Technological University’s new Recreation & Fitness Center. It will be located in Cookeville, Tennessee.
Denark was awarded the project based on a competitive Request for Proposals through the Tennessee Board of Regents. HFR Design, Inc. is the architect.
Denark Construction was recently awarded the contract as Construction Manager/General Contractor for East Tennessee State University’s new Fine Arts Classroom Building. The new Fine Arts Classroom Building will be located north of the campus and adjacent to the Millennium Centre and Carnegie Hotel in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Denark was awarded the project based on a competitive Request for Proposals through the Tennessee Board of Regents. The architect is McCarty Holsaple McCarty.
Denark Construction, Inc. was recently awarded the contract for Grissom High School in Huntsville, AL. The new 61 acre, $62.9 million campus was awarded to Denark as the General Contractor via competitive hard bid and is expected to be completed in August 2017. Chapman Sisson Architects is the designer.
Denark Construction, Inc. has been selected as the General Contractor for the new $25.5 million Student Housing Complex at Morehead State University in Morehead, KY.
The four-story, 150,000 square foot LEED-Certified project will house 524 students. The owner is the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the designer is Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects from Lexington, KY.
Denark Construction was recently awarded the contract as Construction Manager for Phase 1A of Lakeshore Park’s masterplan.
The project includes several site-intensive features such as a Riverwalk, Multipurpose Fields and Walking Trails; as well as the renovation of the Historic Chapel and construction of pavilions and an ampitheater.
Denark was awarded the job based on a competitive Request for Proposals through the Lakeshore Park Foundation. Partners Development is the Owner’s Representative and Ross-Fowler and Johnson Architecture are the designers. For more information on how to support this valuable community asset, visit www.lakeshoreparkknoxville.org.
The Tennessee Board of Regents and Nissan have broken ground for a new $35 million training center in Smyrna.
The 150,000-square-foot-plus center is near Nissan’s Smyrna Vehicle plant and will operate as an extension of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology campus at Murfreesboro, but the TCAT-Murfreesboro and Nissan will occupy it jointly.
The center was included in the fiscal year 2014 budget as part of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative to increase the percentage of Tennesseans with a college degree or certificate to 55 percent by the year 2025.
The project is scheduled to be completed in 2016 and will offer a variety of training programs, including automotive technology, mechatronics, welding and other programs related to advanced manufacturing.
Denark Construction was awarded the job based on a competitive Request for Proposals through the Tennessee Board of Regents. Tuck-Hinton Architects is the designer.
Denark Construction, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) division.
CNG is a readily available alternative to gasoline that’s made by compressing natural gas to less than 1% of its volume at standard atmospheric pressure. Consisting mostly of methane, CNG is odorless, colorless and tasteless. It’s drawn from domestically drilled natural gas wells or in conjunction with crude oil production.
As gasoline prices continue to rise, interest in CNG is rising, and with good reason – CNG costs about 50% less than gasoline or diesel, emits up to 90% fewer emissions than gasoline and there’s an abundant supply right here in America. So it’s clean, affordable, abundant and American.
Denark’s CNG experience includes both Time-Fill and Fast-Fill stations:
Denark’s CNG Division can assist with the following services:
- Government Programs and Grant Sources
- Financing Options/Leaseback
- Design-Build Services