Kimberly-Clark Strikes Wisconsin Deal, Will Close Plant in Conway

Kimberly-Clark Strikes Wisconsin Deal, Will Close Plant in Conway
The Kimberly-Clark manufacturing plant in Conway, as seen from Interstate 40.

Kimberly-Clark Corp. says it will close its plant in Conway, affecting at least 350 jobs, as it reaches an incentives agreement with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to keep one of its plants open there.
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Tech Park Shows Off Phase II; Budget Expected in February

Tech Park Shows Off Phase II; Budget Expected in February

WER Architects/Planners unveils architectural renderings for the second phase of the $100 million, six-phase Little Rock Technology Park, which is designed to attract and retain startups and established tech companies.
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Baptist Memorial, NYIT Partner to Train Doctors in A-State Program

Baptist Memorial, NYIT Partner to Train Doctors in A-State Program

Baptist Memorial Health Care of Memphis is partnering with the New York Institute of Technology's College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro to train future doctors.
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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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David Porter, Polk Stanley Wilcox's CEO, discusses big projects, millennial architects' influence and his favorite client compliment.