Largest Commercial Projects in Arkansas Top $2.1B

Largest Commercial Projects in Arkansas Top $2.1B

This marks the fifth consecutive year that the roster of largest commercial construction projects in Arkansas topped $2 billion. The 2018 list consists of 160 projects around the state that represent a combined dollar total of $2.1 billion.
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Japanese Delegate Stresses Economic Ties to Arkansas

Japanese Delegate Stresses Economic Ties to Arkansas

He introduces himself as Tom Taniguchi, a speechwriter for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, but a Japanese visitor to Little Rock on Monday took on the role of travel agent. The traveler? Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
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Sued for Malpractice, Vaughn-Michael Cordes Files for Bankruptcy

Sued for Malpractice, Vaughn-Michael Cordes Files for Bankruptcy This article is available only in print.

A Fayetteville attorney who was involved in an adoption case that resulted in a malpractice lawsuit against him has filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganization, listing potentially $1.9 million in debts.
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The List Largest Commercial Projects

The Largest Commercial Projects in Arkansas list, ranked by valuation, includes project, project value, location, contractor/construction manager and contact info.

Rank Name Location Contractor/Construction Manager
1 Simmons Foods Processing Facility Decatur (Benton County) C.R. Crawford Construction LLC
2 Southwest High School, Little Rock School District Little Rock Nabholz Construction Corp.
3 Bank OZK Headquarters Little Rock CDI Contractors LLC
4 St. Bernards Medical Center Surgery & Cardiac Care Unit Tower Jonesboro Nabholz Construction Corp.
5 Stadium Drive Residence Hall Fayetteville Nabholz Construction Corp.

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