Training and Event Center

TBA Barrett Training Center

Choose the TBA Barrett Training Center for your next event. Hold meetings, training sessions, or receptions in our state-of-the-art facility. Whatever your specific event needs are, we have the building and spaces to fit your event. Our rooms are suitable for events ranging from small 12-person board meetings to cocktail style receptions for 150. Share your vision and let us know what your needs are. We look forward to working with you!

For more information about the spaces available and rental fees, contact us at 615-244-4871 or 800-964-5525.

Training Center Amenities

TBA Barrett Training Center
Large ballroom
Multiple small meeting rooms
Veranda-style meeting area with fireplace
Gilliam Boardroom
Holmes Conference Room
Hospitality area
Banquet facilities

Audiovisual equipment
Computer lab capabilities
Table top device power access
Free wireless internet access

Free on-site parking
Separate, dedicated entrance and reception desk
Smoke-free property

Event catering
Full breakfast, lunch, and dinner options
Break services
Expansive list of approved caterers

BNA Airport accessible.
Hotel options within walking distance.
Minutes from downtown entertainment
& restaurants

The TBA building is a class-A, 35,685 square foot, two-story office and conference facility. The building received basic LEED certification through the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program, a point-based system that encourages developers to implement energy reducing and environmental features through energy use, lighting, water, materials, and a variety of other sustainable strategies.

The facility was designed by Centric Architecture and built by R.C. Mathews Contractor. Both firms are based in Nashville. The building is the fifth project in Middle Tennessee to be certified through LEED. It follows the new Peabody campus dormitories and dining hall at Vanderbilt University, Hasting Architecture Associates’ renovation of their downtown offices and Stanley D. Lindsey’s build-out of a building in Brentwood.