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'Jobs Now' Summit Examines Growing Skills Gap

by Mark Carter 9/24/2014 7:30 am

Ways to address a growing manufacturing skills gap was the focus of Tuesday's "Jobs Now: Arkansas Works When We Do" summit hosted by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce.

Nabholz’s New CEO Greg Williams Prepares for Projects

by Mark Friedman 4/28/2014 12:00 am

Greg Williams, the new CEO of Nabholz Construction Corp. of Conway, thinks the construction industry is ready to grow. "The pent-up demand is there and it’s starting to come out," says Williams, who became CEO on Jan. 1 succeeding Bill Hannah, who is now chairman.

Nabholz Names Greg Williams CEO; Bill Hannah Moves to Chairman

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/10/2013 9:38 am

The moves will become effective on Jan. 1 and were approved by a unanimous vote of the company's board of directors during a Dec. 6 meeting.

Construction Industry Labor Shortages Loom in Arkansas

by George Waldon 4/15/2013 12:00 am

Leaders in the Arkansas construction industry are expecting demand soon will begin to exceed supply in some important building trades. Those anticipated shortages start in the near future with electricians, plumbers and masons as the economy rebounds and construction demand picks up.

Largest Construction Projects Top $1.3 Billion

by George Waldon 12/3/2012 12:00 am

The dollar value of large construction projects in Arkansas totaled nearly $1.4 billion, a one-year decline of 4.3 percent. It marks the fourth consecutive year the total has waned. Despite the decline, the census of projects valued at $3 million-plus grew: 130 compared with 104 a year ago.

Recycling Becomes Rewarding for Construction Firms

by Jennifer Ellis 7/23/2012 12:00 am

With more recycling options becoming available Arkansas builders and remodelers who take the time to redirect construction and demolition waste from landfills to recyclers are seeing the payoff.

Construction-Related Firms Report Mixed Bag of Revenue Results

by George Waldon 5/21/2012 12:00 am

Revenue was up and down among construction-related firms in the list of the state's largest private companies.