Plus, the latest news and insights from our team
Plus, the latest news and insights from our team
From Our Leadership

Dear BELL clients, partners, and friends,

As part of our mission of building relationship at a time, we’ve continued to develop the best team in the industry. In this edition of our newsletter, I'm proud to share news of two key promotions, insights on our quality management process from our Director of Quality Control, and completion updates on three significant projects across Tennessee.

As always, please get in touch if we can be a resource. 
Keith Pyle, President,
 & the BELL Team  

Latest Leadership Insights & BELL News

BELL Names Two Additional Owners

Rebecca Ozols, VP of Growth + Strategy, and Sam Hand, Senior Project Manager, Building Operations have been named additional owners of the company. They have both been serving in leadership roles at BELL for several years.
Read the Announcement

Ensuring employees go home the way they came to work is our primary objective at our job sites. Eric Pyle, Executive Vice President of the Building Division, penned this article in Associated General Contractors of America’s Constructor Magazine, in which he shares 5 questions leaders should ask to build and maintain a strong safety culture. 

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Safety is one of our core values, and our top priority on every project. We are proud to announce that our team received the following safety awards!

Quarterly Question

Both Quality Assurance (QA), a planned system of review, and Quality Control (QC), a complete audit process focused on the output quality, are vital to project success. We spoke with Tony Hays, Director of Quality Control at BELL, about how he helps our clients avoid reworks and replacements. 
Read the Q&A

Building Better | Project Updates

That's a Wrap!

Amazon Tower 1

We recently completed Amazon Tower one at Nashville Yards downtown! This beautifully modern structure stands 20 stories tall and contains 566,000 square feet of office and retail space. Integrated design features such as pedestrian plazas and common branding elements that influence the way people will engage with streets, sidewalks and lighting will create a holistic feeling within Nashville Yards. We’re proud of our partnership with Clark Construction and Southwest Value Partners on this project and look forward to continuing our work on Tower 2!
Exterior and interior images from Amazon Tower 1

The Lodge at Fall Creek Falls

We recently completed the Lodge at Fall Creek Falls State Park. The new inn includes 85 guest rooms, conference and meeting spaces, grab-and-go retail space, restaurant/bar with indoor and lakeside seating, and a large fire pit. The building’s enclosure includes heavy timber framing, natural stone, single sloped standing seam metal roofing, and extensive amounts of glass to take advantage of the views of the lake. Located in the center of the premier state park, the complex includes conference space and a full-service restaurant and lounge overlooking Fall Creek Lake.  
Aerial images of the Lodge at Fall Creek Falls State Park

Interstate 24 Bridge Replacements

We recently completed the Interstate 24 bridge replacements project at Germantown Road and Belvoir Avenue in Chattanooga. Construction began in March of 2020 and was completed in August to provide increased capacity, intersection improvements and various safety upgrades. This project, which was completed using Construction Manager/General Contractor alternative delivery, now provides a safer commute for roughly 114,00 vehicles that travel along this section of I-24.
Aerial images of completed I-24 bridge replacements in Chattanooga

Building Better...Communities

We recently hosted our inaugural Small & Diverse Business Certification Training event, which was designed to help businesses learn how to leverage their DBE status to earn business and build relationships. We covered various qualification thresholds, best practices for recordkeeping and held a panel Q&A discussion. As part of our continued commitment to supporting diverse businesses, we donated ticket proceeds to the Tri-State Minority Supplier Development Council’s Education Foundation.

Thank you to all who attended. We plan to hold future events like this one that benefits our partners! 

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