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New Construction Boosts Conway on Business Index

New Construction Boosts Conway on Business Index
Workers for Thornton Commercial Builders work on the Village Flats project, part of the Village at Hendrix across from Hendrix College in Conway. The project will entail office and retail space on the ground floor and apartments above.

New home construction boosted Conway to near the top of the Arkansas Tech Business Index for April 2015.
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Pediatrics Plus Expanding in Conway

Pediatrics Plus is enlarging its Conway facility by 22,000 SF, an expansion that on completion will bring 10 new jobs.
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Diamond Pipeline Asks for Condemnations in Four Counties

The company behind a planned $900 million crude oil pipeline filed several petitions in the past month to gain access to property for the line.
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