Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Picks CJRW for $34.5M Contract

Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Picks CJRW for $34.5M Contract
The lottery, which generated $446 million in the 2016 fiscal year, is seeking to raise revenue under a five-year plan developed by a London-based consultancy, Camelot Global Services.

Little Rock ad agency CJRW is the anticipated winner of a $34.5 million, five-year contract to provide advertising, marketing and public relations services for the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery.
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Arkansas Arts Center Picks Studio Gang to Design Expansion, Renovation

Arkansas Arts Center Picks Studio Gang to Design Expansion, Renovation

The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock selects Studio Gang of Chicago and New York as the design architect for a $46 million museum expansion and renovation.
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Procter & Gamble Executive Joins Tyson Foods Board

Procter & Gamble Executive Joins Tyson Foods Board

Jeffrey K. Schomburger, global sales officer for Procter & Gamble, has been named to board of directors of Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale.
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Largest Commercial Projects in Arkansas list includes project, project value, location, contractor/construction manager, etc.

Rank Name Valuation Contractor/Construction Manager
1 Big River Steel Mill Manufacturing Facility 700,000,000 Big River Steel LLC
2 Arkansas Children's Hospital 98,000,000 Nabholz Construction Corp.
3 High School 95,300,000 Baldwin & Shell Construction Co.
4 St. Bernards Medical Center Surgery Tower/Emergency Department Ambulance Entrance 80,000,000 Nabholz Construction Corp.
5 Robinson Center Music Hall Auditorium/Conference Addition/Renovation 61,400,000 CDI Contractors LLC

Executive Q&A

Incoming Tyson CEO Tom Hayes Not Starting From Scratch

Tom Hayes, who becomes CEO of Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale on Dec. 31, talks about the transition in this expanded version of Executive Q&A.