Pinnacle Construction Partners, LLC provides a full range of preconstruction planning and construction management services for parks and recreation facilities. We provide a broad range of services—and tailor our delivery approach and services to meet our clients’ specific needs. We are always seeking new and innovative ways that we can help our clients achieve their objectives. Because of our first-hand knowledge and expertise in every facet of design development, project management, and construction management, Pinnacle is your one stop shop for construction management services. By combining problem-solving skills and solid research methods with innovative, high-quality construction techniques, Pinnacle assures cost-effective, creative, and highly functional solutions. Some of our park experience includes
Rose Park (used as Belmont’s soccer/baseball/softball/track facility as well,) Stones River Greenway improvements, replacement bridges at Percy Warner park, and Hartman and Antioch Community Center renovations.
Our Team Experiences
Pinnacle (in association) provided full scope Construction management services for Belmont University. The special circumstances of this facility also enabled Belmont University to deepen its involvement with the community organizations by providing more opportunities for its student, faculty and staff to serve the neighborhood.
Pinnacle provided Construction Management services for the construction of the Edgar A. Smith Building located on the University of Texas at Austin campus. The building is 60,000 square feet that includes administrative, curator, and director offices. It also includes an elegant Café for dining, Museum Shop, classrooms and a 300 seat theater type Auditorium equipped for slide, film, video or computer projection. The exterior of the building is made of Texas granite, limestone, Venetian plaster, and Ipe wood. The roof is clay tile that will last over 75 years. The project is a support building for the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art. The museum collection numbers more than 17,000 works. There is a 145,000 square foot public plaza and garden between the two buildings.