Renovations Coming to Nashville State’s White Bridge Campus


Nashville State’s White Bridge campus will soon begin undergoing renovations in various buildings and different phases.

Health and Humanities (H) Building – Phase 1

The most noticeable and biggest project will be the interior of the Health and Humanities (H) Building, located at the rear of the campus, near the U.S. Army Reserve Center.

Currently, the School of Health Science program labs, classrooms, and faculty offices are in different areas on campus. The renovation of the H Building will bring everything under one roof in a state-of-the-art facility. 

The School of Health Sciences offers degree and certificate programs designed to prepare students for careers in high-demand health-related fields. Nashville State’s programs have timelines for completion ranging from 12 to 24 months. Programs include Central Sterile Processing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Nursing, and Surgical Technology. 

Dean of the School of Health Sciences Donna Whitehouse, said, “Housing all programs in one space will strengthen our connectivity and collaboration, bring more resources to our labs, and serve as a powerful tool in marketing graduates to industry decision-makers. I am very excited for this jewel to open and shine.” 

Kisber (K) Building – Phase 1

The Kisber (K) Building will also be undergoing renovations in the area currently used as a student lounge. It will be expanded to include a fitness center.

(A) Building – Phase 2

The relocation of Health Science labs in the A Building will be converted into additional classrooms.

Clement (C) Building – Phase 2

The relocation of Health Sciences’ labs and the reorganization of offices will allow for a new Music Technology lab and Art classroom, and Photography program spaces.

Renovation designs of the H, K, A, and C buildings come from GHP, formerly Gabbell Hays Partners, with Dowdle Construction Group, LLC serving as general contractor. 

The Nashville State Foundation welcomes opportunities to collaborate with community businesses and organizations in partnership with these enhancements. Inquiries should be directed to the Foundation’s Executive Director Cecily Freeman by emailing

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