Monthly Archives: October 2014

Music to Our Ears: Nashville’s Office Sector Continues to Soar

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Fueled by a fast-growing economy, Nashville’s office sector once again sizzled in the third quarter, and the market for high-end space in the city’s booming Downtown grew tighter than ever. The vacancy rate for Class A office space in the metro area continued its steady drop, reaching 3.7 percent, down from 4.4 percent in the second quarter and 5.4 percent six months earlier, according to JLL’s Nashville Office Insight Q3 2014 report. The rate… Read More

Tennessee’s Facilities Management Program Continues to Gain National Attention for Innovation and the Substantial Savings it is Giving to the State’s Taxpayers

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The National Association of State Procurement Officials (NAPSO) in September presented Tennessee with George Cronin Award, an annual honor that recognizes advances in innovation, service improvement and cost reduction of state government services. Tennessee received a bronze award for third place, along with first-place Virginia and second-place California.

Katie Lillard, left, and

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