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Rising Lot Preparation Costs Propel Housing Prices in NWA

According to the Northwest Arkansas Council’s workforce housing council, the region will need 90,000 more homes in the next 20 years. read more >
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Anna Beth Gorman Selected for Presidential Leadership Scholars Program (Movers & Shakers)

Gorman is CEO of the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas in Little Rock. read more >
Business Services / Construction

Alison Wynne Named CFO of Crafton Tull

Wynne moves into the role formerly held by Jim Tull, who is now the company's chief  strategy officer.  read more >
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Westrock Coffee Hires Justin Majcher as Chief Information Officer (Movers & Shakers)

Justin Majcher has been hired as chief information officer at Westrock Coffee of Little Rock. He previously was chief information officer and vice president of Whole Earth Brands. Mallory Ramsey has been […] read more >
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Crafton Tull Buys Hot Springs Engineering Firm

It's acquiring B&F Engineering, a civil and structural engineering firm it has worked with for years. read more >
The new Springdale headquarters of Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield was built by Nabholz Corp. of Conway.
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A New $40M Blue Cross Showplace in Springdale

Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield opens its $40 million, 81,000-SF Northwest Arkansas Corporate Center in Springdale, where it expects 300 employees will eventually work. read more >
Work has begun on a $37 million project to improve the Interstate 49 interchange at Wedington Drive in Fayetteville, and state officials hope a federal infrastructure plan will provide money for more projects.
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Put Money on Roads, Arkansans Urge BidenLock Icon

In today’s political climate, even seemingly bipartisan issues like addressing the nation’s crumbling infrastructure can bog down quickly. read more >
An artist's rendering of the planned Pure Springdale multi-family properties.
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Pure Springdale in Works After $2.9M Deal (NWA Real Deals)Lock Icon

Real estate developer Mia Rose Holdings bought the land to build a 234-unit residential project read more >
Greg Cockmon, Dan Fowler and Aaron Scott of Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock
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Cromwell Promotes Longtime Employees (Movers & Shakers)

Greg Cockmon, Dan Fowler and Aaron Scott have been named to new positions at Cromwell Architects Engineers of Little Rock. read more >
Michelle Dodroe of Crafton Tull's Fort Smith office and Karen McCurdy of Rogers
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Crafton Tull Adds Two in Northwest Arkansas (Movers & Shakers)

Michelle Dodroe and Karen McCurdy have joined Crafton Tull. read more >
The Pine Bluff Aquatic Center opened in June 2019 and had a construction value of $11.2 million.
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Crafton Tull Has Plans for Pine BluffLock Icon

Crafton Tull planners and a team of consultants are working with the city of Pine Bluff and Go Forward Pine Bluff on their city-wide comprehensive master plan. read more >
Frank Scott Jr., mayor of Little Rock
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Mayor Frank Scott Speaks After 8 Months: Successes, Struggles and the Message

Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. and his spokeswoman, Stephanie Jackson, sat down for an hourlong interview Aug. 30 at City Hall. read more >
Tony Cristee of Screen Vision Media
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Tony Cristee Named Development Manager for Screen Vision (NWA Movers & Shakers)

Tony Cristee has joined Screen Vision Media of New York as the company’s business development manager for Arkansas. read more >
Lemuel “Lem” Henry Tull
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Lem Tull, Co-Founder of Crafton Tull, Dies at 85

Engineering firm Crafton Tull of Rogers announced Friday the death of its co-founder, Lemuel "Lem" Henry Tull. He died Thursday at the age of 85. read more >
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Rails To Trails Projects Offer Cities Variety Of Benefits

Conversion of abandoned railways to trails provides revenues, improved community health and aesthetic value, among other things. read more >
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The Re-emergence Of The American Downtown

Residents and businesses are rediscovering the authenticity and character of once-abandoned city centers. read more >
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Sports Parks Energize Local Economies

If the proper factors are considered, new facilities can boost sports tourism in a community and provide new sources of revenues. 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 >
Nicci Tiner of Garver
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Nicci Turner Named VP at Garver (Movers & Shakers)

Turner previously led the transportation planning and traffic team at the firm. read more >
An artist's sketch of the Mercy Northwest Arkansas expansion in Rogers.
Construction / Health Care

Mercy Northwest Arkansas Plans $247M Expansion Over 5 Years

Mercy Northwest Arkansas on Wednesday announced a five-year, $247 million expansion project it said will create 1,000 new jobs. read more >