Choate has been constructing in the Volunteer State for over 20 years, beginning with a Georgia Pacific distribution center.
Experience throughout Tennessee has since included Hendrick Automotive dealerships, multi-family with the skyline stunners Icon in the Gulch and Rhythm at Music Row, corporate spaces like LKQ and Comcast, and exciting restaurants and retail like Superica and Crate & Barrel.
No matter the office, behind Choate’s powerful tools and technologies are what binds our company together: our people.
Being 100% employee owned, Choate’s Nashville staff are more than figurative partners; we have a personal stake in the financial success and future of this company — meaning everything is a little more motivated and a lot more personal.
Choate is known for building incredible structures and spaces, but what we are equally proud of is our ability to build beyond construction.
Cultures and communities define our lives and are elements held dearly at Choate. After all, life is more than a paycheck or a project completion. From leadership development to employee owner tenure celebrations, training to our beloved FUN committee, Choate actively works to preserve the culture our company is built upon.
The desire to build communities and philanthropic engagement is also woven into the fabric of Choate. From companywide philanthropic initiatives to local, community-centered support, Choate is raising the philanthropic bar. On an individual level, matching gifts and paid-time-off voluntarism programs allow us to support what’s personally meaningful to our employee owners.
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Superica brings a zesty taste of Texas to Nashville.
American auto parts company LKQ Corporation relocates their regional headquarters and operations center outside of Nashville, TN.
This architectural jewel and physical giant adorns the Music City's skyline and new standards for Nashville living.
Rising fourteen stories, the residences at Rhythm have impossibly stunning views of downtown Nashville, Music Row, and the Icon in the Gulch.
Home furnishing powerhouse Crate & Barrel adds three stunning spaces to its portfolio.
Every detail in the 268-unit multi-family development is thoughtfully designed with the resident in mind at the Stacks on Main in East Nashville, Tennessee.