Nashville Post, September 2, 2016
Library to be special needs school’s first, carry $675K price tag
Metro Nashville Public Schools officials are targeting a year’s end completion for a library addition to its Harris Hillman School facility in Hillsboro Village.
The approximately $675,000 project will yield a free-standing dedicated library space of approximately 3,000 square feet, according to Joe Bass, MNPS external communications manager. The building (pictured) will offer stack space, a meeting room with an interior garage door, a maker space, a librarian’s office, a storage space and a circulation desk.
Currently, Harris Hillman — which serves students with special physical and developmental needs — has no library.
Street Dixon Rick and Carter Group are handling design and general contractor work, respectively. Both are Nashville based.