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Tim Staley on Design Innovation and Energy Efficiency

Staley is president of engineering at Bernhard TME. read more >
The Little Rock Technology Park.
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Tech Park Announces $9.6M Phase 2 Expansion

Renovations of Five Main Place have already started and are expected to be complete by spring of 2024. read more >
A rendering of the 25-bed facility that Arkansas Heart Hospital is building in Bryant.
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Jonesboro Tower Tops List as Health Care Projects Rise

The value of health care-related projects under construction in Arkansas this fall is nearly 70% greater than it was a year ago. read more >
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Medical Center, Little Rock
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UAMS Expects Big Savings From $150M Energy Project

An all-Arkansas contracting team breaks ground on a $150 million medical school energy project expected to save $4.8 million a year at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. read more >
Alexandra T. Chunn of Blair & Stroud in Batesville.
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Chunn Joins Blair & Stroud in Batesville (Movers & Shakers)

Alexandra T. Chunn, a recent graduate of the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, is joining Blair & Stroud in Batesville. read more >
Natalie Ramm of Dover Dixon Horne in Little Rock.
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Natalie Ramm Joins Dover Dixon Horne (Movers & Shakers)

Natalie Ramm has been hired as an associate attorney at Dover Dixon Horne in Little Rock. read more >
An artist's rendering showing the future look of Sylvan Hills High School.
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Bid Procedures Shed Light on LED PricingLock Icon

Lighting specifications that favored a particular manufacturer added hundreds of thousands of dollars to the cost of the new Sylvan Hills High School and illuminated how much control architects, engineers and lighting wholesalers have over bid specs. read more >
David Sargent, principal and CEO of WER Architects/Planners In Little Rock, expects the health care sector to generate a significant amount of work for Arkansas firms in the year ahead.  “We’re seeing more of these senior living neighborhoods where there’s either duplexes or apartments for 55 and up,” he said.
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Blueprint For 2018? Architecture Firms See Busy YearLock Icon

Spending on construction projects across the country could rise by 4 percent this year over 2017, which is welcome news for Arkansas architects and engineers. read more >