Alan Hayes

alan hayes 510 advisory board

Advisory Board member
510 Foundation

Alan Hayes is an Arkansas native and a 2000 graduate of the Mississippi State University School of Architecture. Alan and his wife, Alyssa, moved to Nashville in 2003 so that she could pursue her education masters at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University.

Since 2003, Alan has worked for TMPartners architects in Brentwood where he has been a licensed architect since 2005. For the past 17 years, Alan has served as a project coordinator, manager or Senior Project Architect for major clients in the healthcare sector (including HCA Healthcare, Vanderbilt Health and Community Health Systems) managing projects across the southeastern United States.

Alan has led design teams on a range of healthcare projects including medical office build-outs, imaging department expansions, emergency department renovations and new patient tower additions. Most recently, Alan has designed a $50 million expansion of the largest Burn Center in the United States located at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Georgia.

Alan and his wife, Alyssa, have two children – Stella (age 14) and Dean (age 10).  Both children attended elementary school at Lockeland Design Center Elementary in East Nashville where Alyssa taught for 10 years. Stella is currently a freshman at Donelson Christian Academy while Dean is in the 5th grade and currently homeschooled, which he absolutely loves!

After 17 years, the family recently relocated from East Nashville to a new home in Donelson to be closer to Alan’s parents and their church, Donelson Church of Christ. Alan is involved with several organizations across Nashville including Chamber East and AIA Middle Tennessee. Alan currently serves as a board member for the ACE Mentor Program of Greater Nashville and is also on the Advisory Board for the MTSU Interior Design Program.

In his spare time, Alan enjoys taking walks through the neighborhood with the family dog, Emerald, as well as movie & pizza nights at home every Friday with his family.