Largest Commercial Contractors in Arkansas

Largest Commercial Contractors in Arkansas
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Here are the top commercial contractors in Arkansas, including key contacts and major projects.

City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $945,000,000
President/CEO: Sam Alley (Chairman & CEO)
Major projects: Grandscape, The Colony, Texas; SoNo Collection, South Norwalk, Connecticut; Stonestown Galleria, San Francisco; First Orion Building, AC Marriott Hotel, Little Rock

Nabholz Construction Corp.
City: Conway
2019 revenue: $917,000,000
President/CEO: Greg Williams (CEO)
Major projects: Little Rock Southwest High School (joint venture with Doyne and Carson Construction) Little Rock; Delta Peanut Facilities, Jonesboro; University of Central Arkansas Integrated Health and Sciences Building (joint venture with Doyne) Conway; Saracen Casino Resort and Event Center (joint venture with Suffolk) Pine Bluff

Baldwin & Shell Construction Co.
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $287,540,000
President/CEO: John Scott Copas (President & CEO)
Major projects: Sylvan Hills High School multiple projects, Sherwood; Jacksonville North Pulaski County High School multiple projects, Jacksonville; Bryant School District multiple projects; Springdale School District School of Innovation phase II; TheatreSquared, Fayetteville; Germantown Elementary and municipal building; Immanuel Baptist Church expansion, Little Rock; Helena West Helena High School, Helena

C.R. Crawford Construction LLC
City: Fayetteville
2019 revenue: $281,000,000
President/CEO: Cody R. Crawford (President)
Major projects: The Marshall, Fayetteville; Redbird Office Building, Bentonville; Everett Ford Dealership, Benton; Pea Ridge Public Schools; Mena Public Schools; Primrose Retirement Center, Tyler, Texas

CDI Contractors LLC
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $224,920,000
President/CEO: Lloyd Garrison (President & CEO)
Major projects: Bank OZK corporate headquarters, UAMS energy performance contract, Little Rock; Washington Regional Medical Center core renewal, UA Civil Engineering Research and Education Center, Fayetteville; Saline County Career Technical Education campus, Benton; Dillard’s Department stores, nationwide; U.S. Marshals Museum, Fort Smith

Clark Contractors LLC
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $156,030,000
President/CEO: William Clark (CEO)
Major projects: Texarkana Middle School; Arkansas Heart Hospital Encore Campus, Bryant; De Queen High School, De Queen; Premier Medical Plaza, UAMS Energy Performance Project, McClellan Campus Conversion, Little Rock; Haywood Hotel, El Dorado

Bailey Construction
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $102,000,000
President/CEO: Bob Bailey (President)
Major projects: Alamo Draft House, Dallas; Regal Benders Landing, Spring, Texas; Cinema World, Watertown, Massachusetts; Malco Theater, Jackson, Mississippi

Flintco LLC
City: Springdale
2019 revenue: $99,570,000
President/CEO: Peter Kozicz (President & CEO)
Major projects: Oaklawn Casino Expansion, Hot Springs; Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art - the Momentary, Evening Star Elementary School, Brick Avenue Lofts, Bentonville Ignite School, Bentonville; Fairview Elementary, Rogers

Huffman & Co.
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $91,000,000
President/CEO: Brandon Huffman (President & CEO)
Major projects: Fitzroy Promenade Apartments, Aloft Hotel, Fitzroy Rogers Apartments, Little Rock; Mosley Place Urban Enclave Apartments, Tallahassee, Florida; Village Creek Apartments, Burleson, Texas

Kinco Constructors LLC
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $89,000,000
President/CEO: Doug Wasson (President & CEO)
Major projects: Farmington Athletic Complex, Farmington; Little Rock Christian Warrior Arena, Little Rock; Southern Arkansas University Arkansas Hall, Magnolia; Petit Jean State Park Visitor Center, Morrilton; University of Arkansas Delta Gamma House, Fayetteville

Hill & Cox Corp.
City: Hot Springs
2019 revenue: $58,000,000
President/CEO: Brian Hill (President)
Major projects: Hot Springs School, National Park College, CHI St. Vincent, Lakeside Junior High School 7th and 8th grade building,Hot Springs; Cutter Morning School, Malvern

Ridge Construction LLC
City: North Little Rock
2019 revenue: $40,000,000
President/CEO: Arby Smith (Member); Keith Richardson (Member)
Major projects: The Ridge North Little Rock phase III; The Ridge at West Memphis phase III; The Peaks at Springdale; The Ridge at Little Rock; Valley Estates of Mabelvale phase III;The Ridge at Texarkana phase III; The Pointe at Bentonville II

Richardson Builders LLC
City: North Little Rock
2019 revenue: $39,500,000
President/CEO: Keith Richardson (Owner)
Major projects: Pointe North Hills, Pointe North Hills II, North Little Rock; Modern Storage, Bentonville; Bowman Pointe phase III, Bowman Pointe phase IV, Modern Storage phase II, Little Rock

Van Tassel-Proctor Construction
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $38,400,000
President/CEO: Ted Van Tassel (President)
Major projects: Office, retail and restaurant projects nationwide

Crow Group Inc. 2
City: Morrilton
2019 revenue: $35,000,000
President/CEO: Brian Edwin Rohlman (President)
Major projects: Hope Water and Light WTP expansion, Fulton; Hot Springs Airport Apron and Taxiway Rehabilitation; Delta Heritage Trail construction, Rohwer; Green Bay Packaging Pinecrest lumber dry kiln expansion, Menifee; Cici's Pizza new construction, Russellville

Salter Construction Inc.
City: Conway
2019 revenue: $32,000,000
President/CEO: Gene Salter (CEO)
Major projects: Chambers Bank, Van Buren and Fort Smith; Popeyes Chicken, Pine Bluff; Domino’s Pizza, Morrilton; SaladWorks, Little Rock; Taco Bell, Centerstone Plaza phase III, Conway; OSCA renovation, North Little Rock; Habersham Village Apartments, Beaufort, South Carolina

Van Horn Construction Inc.
City: Russellville
2019 revenue: $30,540,000
President/CEO: Chad Weisler (President)
Major projects: Jonesboro WWTP, Lamar High School, Paragould WWTP, City Corporation WWTP and WTP, Jonesboro

Alessi-Keyes Construction
City: North Little Rock
2019 revenue: $28,500,000
President/CEO: Bob Butler (President); Jimmy Alessi (Chairman/CEO)
Major projects: Little Rock Air Force Base/MACC multiple projects, Jacksonville; Argenta Plaza, North Little Rock; Arkansas Air National Guard, Fort Smith; Second Presbyterian Church, McDaniel Law Offices, Hospice Home Care headquarters, Little Rock; First Security Bank, Russellville

Ramsons Inc.
City: Jonesboro
2019 revenue: $27,300,000
President/CEO: Danny McDaniel (President & CEO)
Major projects: Marked Tree elementary and high schools; Paragould School District Band, JROTC and Vo-Ag buildings; Jonesboro Shooting Complex phase 1C; Jonesboro Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine; ASU north end zone expansion, Jonesboro

Ideal Construction Co.
City: Crossett
2019 revenue: $27,000,000
President/CEO: Mike Webb (President)
Major projects: Magnolia School system multiple projects, Bodcaw Bank, Magnolia; fire station and Norman Park, Hamburg; cafe, pre-kindergarten, Fouke

Hart Construction LLC
City: Searcy
2019 revenue: $25,780,000
President/CEO: Adam Hart (President)
Major projects: Downtown Church of Searcy, Mercy Health, Rogers; Hardees, Hot Springs

Flynco Inc.
City: Little Rock
2019 revenue: $24,500,000
President/CEO: David F. Beggs (President)
Major projects: North Little Rock Justice Building; First Community Bank operations center; Clinton National Airport pre-security lobby renovations; CGI office building, First United Methodist Church, Heber Springs

SSI Inc.
City: Fort Smith
2019 revenue: $22,680,000
President/CEO: Leo A. Anhalt (President)
Major projects: Bekaert Corporation, Van Buren; Good Year Tire and Rubber, Lawton, Oklahoma; Mars Petcare, St. Scholastica Monastery, Fort Smith; Tyson Food, Springdale and Rogers

Olympus Construction Inc.
City: Jonesboro
2019 revenue: $18,800,000
President/CEO: Tony Pardew (President); Guy Anthony Pardew (Vice President)
Major projects: Valley Springs, Little Rock; Meadowbrooke Apartments, Jacksonville; Y Gardens Apartments, Springfield, Missouri; Habitat Houses, Jonesboro; Corrugated Supplies, Harrisburg

Construction Network Inc.
City: Jonesboro
2019 revenue: $18,640,000
President/CEO: Sean Stem (President);
Major projects: Bartels Family Dentistry, Popeyes Chicken, Sage Meadows Clubhouse, Jonesboro; Poplar Bluff (Missouri) Medical Clinic; Mississippi County Courthouse, Blytheville Housing Authority, Blytheville

Source: Arkansas Business