Monthly Archives: November 2016

Knoxville participates in CANstruction!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Our CSA Knoxville office was excited to participate in this year’s Knoxville Canstruction. The event consists of teams of Knoxville architects, engineers, contractors, designers and students will construct holiday-themed works of art made entirely of canned food. All canned food used to build the sculptures are donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. Overall Canstruction is one of the largest national food bank drives in world and takes place in more than 170 U.S. cities each year.

Our team this year consisted of our Knoxville team, Architects Wright and Harrison Construction Company and our design was the CANley Street Bridge and Fort CANdoun Dam (with the Tennessee River and the Knoxville Princess making an appearance as well)! All designs are on display at the Knoxville Convention Center from November 22nd – December 2nd.

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Our team also made an appearance in the local Knox News Sentinel today, showing off their building skills! View the article here.

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Westhaven Elementary School

Monday, November 7, 2016

CSA has been working with the architects at Renaissance Group on the new 90,000sf Westhaven Elementary School in Memphis, TN. Check out this awesome video they have posted showing construction from the ground up!

https://www.facebook.com/RenaissanceGroupInc/videos/1147008695353782/

Collierville High School

Monday, November 7, 2016

CSA is excited to be a part of the team for the new 450,000sf 3,000 student high school in Collierville, TN which is set to open August 2018. Take a look at this article by The Commercial Appeal to learn more about this incredible project.

http://www.commercialappeal.com/story/news/education/educate-memphis/2016/11/02/new-935-million-collierville-high-school-set-open/91541474/

 

This is how CSA Knox rolls…

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Last Friday, our CSA Knoxville office called it quits a little early and headed down the street to the newest downtown attraction, Maple Hall Bowling Alley, for a little fun (yes, sometimes engineers can cut loose). The bowling alley is located in the basement of the historic and newly remodeled J.C. Penney building in the heart of downtown Knoxville. The team had a blast enjoying drink, treats and bowling!

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