Projects

Since 1970 Bell & Associates Construction, formerly Ray Bell Construction, has been providing quality construction services throughout the Southeastern United States.  We are a leader in many diversified markets with a focus on commercial, justice, and transportation.  With a rock-solid reputation and a high percentage of repeat business, Bell & Associates continues to provide its valued clients projects on-time and within budget.

Bell is a full-service, award-winning general construction company with a talent for transforming skylines and developing rock-solid infrastructure. Our reputation is as solid as our product: committed to excellence, client service and a dependable record of on-time, on-budget performance.

Location:
Williamson County
Owner:
Tennessee Department of Transportation
Architect:
Gresham, Smith and Partners
In November of 2012, Bell & Associates completed the final stages of the 840 Bypass in Williamson County, just south of Nashville. This project consisted of grading, drainage, and construction of bridges and retaining walls. The updated section is 7.9 miles and reaches from the west of Leipers... Read More
Location:
Nashville, TN
Owner:
Tennessee Department of Transportation
Architect:
Tennessee Department of Transportation
Bell and Associates Construction served as the general contractor for the highly visible Demonbreun Street Bridge.  The art deco bridge serves as the major link between Nashville’s Midtown and the new 2.1 million-square-foot the Music City Center in downtown Nashville.  The 300’ long... Read More
Location:
Knoxville, TN
Owner:
Tennessee Department of Transportation
Architect:
CDM Smith
Bell’s work on Interstate 40 in Knoxville, Tennessee, is the largest construction project in the state’s history. Bell was awarded Phase I and II of the bridge and road improvement project for $85 million and subsequently awarded Phase III and IV for $104 million. The project is also notable for... Read More
Location:
Nashville, TN
Owner:
Tennessee Department of Transportation
Architect:
Tennessee Department of Transportation
Originally built in 1909, the bridge is architecturally important because it was the first in North America to use concrete arched trusses. Bell helped refurbish the bridge after it was closed to vehicular traffic in 1998 and plans were drafted to make it a pedestrian-only bridge. The project... Read More
Location:
Nashville, TN
Owner:
Tennessee Department of Transportation
Architect:
Tennessee Department of Transportation/HNTB
Complementing the historical pedestrian-only Shelby Street Bridge is the Gateway Boulevard Bridge just down river. The bridge is a thru-arch masterpiece that is a signature to the City. The most impressive aspect to the crossing is the 545-foot Edison Gray colored single span steel arch that rises... Read More