Site work on a 52,000-SF baseball and indoor track training facility will begin at the University of Arkansas on Monday. Fundraising continues for the project, which is estimated to cost between $7.75 million and $9.6 million.
Arkansas’ bicycling population is growing up, and a growing number of these recreational cyclists are helping advocate for more paths, lanes and safety measures while personally demonstrating the pleasure, exercise and efficiency that comes with traveling on two wheels.
Over his career as an architect, Charles Witsell, Jr., FAIA, has pursued his interest in historic preservation with a passion, giving freely of his time and talents to various professional, community and religious organizations.
The Lakeport plantation built in 1859 has remained in continuous cotton production since the 1830s. Donated to Arkansas State University in 2001, the university will operate it as a museum and educational center, focusing on preservation and heritage studies.
For the past 30 years, Becky Witsell has dedicated her life to preserving and restoring historic homes and structures throughout the state. It’s been a tedious and calculated process, but one that’s also brought her great joy and recognition.
Baldwin & Shell Construction Company discovered one thing that could improve almost every aspect of their company. Their new LEED Gold certified building has made the employees happier, energy usage more efficient and the workspaces flexible enough for whatever the future holds. And all of this, ultimately, should save them a lot of money.