Mayor Barry Appoints Moody Nolan’s own, Brian Tibbs, to Nashville’s Metropolitan Planning Commission
Moody Nolan is proud to announce that Brian Tibbs, partner and director of our southeast operations, was recently appointed by Mayor Megan Barry of Nashville to the Nashville Metropolitan Planning Commission.
Brian has been a part of the Moody Nolan family for the past 19 years. His work is deeply rooted in the Nashville architectural community. He’s served as the senior project manager on numerous local projects including, Music City Center, the Hadley Park Community Recreation Center, The Cal Turner Center for Student Education at Meharry Medical College and the North Nashville Community Development Corporation Master Plan.
“I am honored to have been chosen by Mayor Barry to serve Nashville and play an integral role in the future development of our great city. Not only is Nashville a wonderful place to live and work, but its reputation as a renowned Music City is what attracts people from around the world. It’s important that the city’s development is on pace with the needs of the community.”
Brian will serve a four-year term and collaborate directly with the Planning Department. In his role, he will provide recommendations and guidance for zoning decisions and citywide community and transportation planning to build sustainable, livable communities and development in Nashville and Davidson County.
In addition to serving on the Commission, he is a member of the American Institute of Architects, National Organization of Minority Architects, member and chair of the Metropolitan Nashville Historical Zoning Commission. Brian is currently president of Historic Nashville Inc.; board member for the University School of Nashville, the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority – Arts at the Airport and The Land Trust for Tennessee. Additionally, he is a member of the Rotary Club of Nashville; leader at Nashville Life Christian Church, and an alumnus of Leadership Nashville.
He is a past board member of Rebuilding Together Nashville, the Nashville Civic Design Center, the Northwest Family YMCA in Nashville and the Metropolitan Nashville Board of Plumbing Appeals.
We are thrilled at Brian’s appointment and congratulate him on his continued success.