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Arkansas Organizations Receive Governor’s Quality Awards

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Allen Engineering of Paragould was one of 20 organizations to receive an Arkansas Governor’s Quality Award during the 25th Annual Awards Celebration Thursday at the Marriott Ballroom.

More than 300 state business and civic leaders attended the event. Gov. Asa Hutchinson presented the awards. 

Allen Engineering received the highest-level award presented this year: the Achievement Award. Commitment and Challenge Awards were also presented.

The second-highest level is the Commitment Award. The winners are: 

  • Mercy Crest Assisted Living, Barling; 

  • Northwest Health, Springdale; 

  • Russellville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Russellville; 

  • Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Russellville; 

  • Southridge Village Nursing and Rehab, Heber Springs; 

  • Welspun Pipes Inc., Little Rock; and 

  • Window Mart Inc., Royal

The third-highest level is the Challenge Award. The winners are:

  • Arkansas Department of Transportation, Little Rock; 

  • Arkansas State Veterans Home, North Little Rock; 

  • Avenir Memory Care at Fayetteville; 

  • Avenir Memory Care at Little Rock; 

  • Dierks Health & Rehab, Dierks; 

  • Gassville Therapy and Living, Gassville; 

  • Home Instead Senior Care of Northwest Arkansas, Rogers; 

  • Hope’s Creek Assisted Living, Van Buren; 

  • Lee County Cooperative Clinic, Marianna; 

  • Lennox Commercial Industries, Stuttgart; 

  • Team CPR, Inc., Little Rock; and 

  • The Greenhouse Cottages of Poplar Grove, Little Rock. 

The awards program is coordinated by the Arkansas Institute for Performance Excellence, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce.

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