Members of RGA’s office staff volunteered at the Little Pantry that Could last December and wanted to continue our service to the organization in 2018. We collect grocery bags from employees and then donate them to the food pantry. We learned during our on-site volunteer day that the pantry typically has to purchase grocery bags.. read more →

Several of the RGA team members spent a few hours on a chilly December morning stocking the pantry shelves at The Little Pantry that Could. Food deliveries are made on Friday and the pantry shelves are stocked for the shoppers to come on Saturday morning. The pantry receives fresh produce, bread, canned food, toiletries and.. read more →

The Tennessee School Board Association (TSBA) recently recognized Springdale Elementary School as the New Construction Elementary School of the Year for Excellence in Architectural Design. Kaatz, Binkley, Jones & Morris Architects as well as representatives from the Wilson County Board of Education attended the TSBA annual convention in order to accept the award. RGA participated.. read more →

Tusculum Elementary School has been recognized as a LEED Gold certified building. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a building rating system that provides standards for highly efficient and cost-saving buildings, according to its website. Tusculum is the first school in the Metro Nashville Public School (MNPS) system to achieve the Gold.. read more →

On Wednesday, November 29, MDHA along with RGA broke ground for the Envision Cayce Master Plan’s second residential complex and the first mixed-income development at Kirkpatrick Park. Ninety-four townhome-like apartments will be built on-site. The development is being supported with a HUD insured loan, HOME funding, and funding from the Metro Capital Improvements budget. “The.. read more →