Andrews Transportation Group breaks ground on Jaguar Land Rover expansion

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Andrews Transportation Group held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday to kick off the expansion of its Jaguar Land Rover service and parts departments. 

President and CEO of Andrews Transportation Group Nelson Andrews was accompanied by Brentwood Mayor Rhea Little, City Manager Kirk Bednar, Hardaway Construction CEO David Frazier and H. Michael Hindman Architects President Michael Hindman, and President and CEO of Williamson, Inc. Matt Largen joined via Zoom. 

Andrews began the ceremony by sharing his thoughts on the importance of the Brentwood community and thanking the city and its leaders for their support throughout the years. Largen and Little commented on the expansion, and Bednar, Frazier and Hindman were recognized for their roles within the project. 

The ceremony concluded at the iconic rock display with a “rock breaking” with commemorative sledgehammers for each participant. 

The expansion will match the dealership’s 200% unit sales increase, accommodating 16 new service bays and a state-of-the-art car wash in the additional 8,362 square feet added to the building. 

The project’s architectural firm is H. Michael Hindman Architects, and the construction company is Hardaway Construction.

Jaguar Land Rover Nashville is located at 3 Cadillac Drive in Brentwood. For more information, visit

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