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Lyon Site Plan Shows 5 New Buildings at Heifer Campus

Lyon College of Batesville shows off a proposed site plan for a reimagined, 28-acre site that's currently home to the headquarters of Heifer International. read more >
A rendering of the administration building on the future Fiocchi campus at the Little Rock Port Industrial Park.
Construction / Manufacturing

Fiocchi to Start on $42M Plant at Little Rock PortLock Icon

The location of choice for an Italian ammo maker’s second Pulaski County manufacturing plant presents challenging topography dominated by floodplain and wetland. read more >
Little Rock’s Lacey K-8 Academy is expected to be finished in January 2024.
Construction / Education

School Construction Projects Total $527M

The 28 school projects for grades K-12 on the Arkansas Business list range from new schools to safe rooms on school campuses. read more >
An aerial photo illustration showing changes to Interstate 30 in downtown Little Rock. The area in green will become a park.
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Big Ideas for Downtown (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Arkansas’ most expensive highway construction project presents a valuable opportunity to showcase the capital city in an exciting way. But it will be up to local business and political leaders to seize the moment. read more >
Amber Banks of Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock
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Cromwell Promotes 3 (Movers & Shakers)

Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock names Amber Banks, Hunter Brock and Emily Hill to stockholders. read more >
Eric Baldwin and Moses Sayles of Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock
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Cromwell Adds Baldwin, Sayles (Movers & Shakers)

Eric Baldwin and Moses Sayles have joined Cromwell Architects Engineers of Little Rock. read more >
The Victory Building at 1401 W. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock
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Full Occupancy Casts Victory Over DoubtLock Icon

At 20 years old, the Victory Building at 1401 W. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock has lived up to its name, at least in the view of its owner, the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System. read more >
Jessica Lewallen of AMR Architects in Springdale
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Lewallen Joins AMR Architects (Movers & Shakers)

Jessica Lewallen has been hired as director of AMR Architects’ Springdale office. read more >
Rachel Patton of Preserve Arkansas wants higher historic tax credits for eligible projects.  Here, she’s outside one such project, Polk Stanley Wilcox’s building on Spring Street.
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2021 Forecast Murky for Architects, EngineersLock Icon

While Arkansas architects and engineers say they expect continued growth in 2021, others across the country don’t share that outlook. read more >
Nicki Hilliard and Lynn Crouse of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association
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New Directors Named at Pharmacists Association (Movers & Shakers)

Nicki Hilliard and Lynn Crouse have joined the Arkansas Pharmacists Association. read more >
Robert McKinney of Nabholz Corp. in Conway
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Nabholz Names McKinney Project Manager (Movers & Shakers)

Robert McKinney has joined Nabholz Corp. in Conway as a project manager. read more >
A rendering of the Doctors Building as its new owners envision it in midtown Little Rock.
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Doctors Building Getting Some Work Done

A new all-Arkansas ownership and management team has a 21st-century vision for one of Little Rock’s history-making medical buildings, the 1962-vintage Doctors Building in midtown. read more >
Amanda Benham and Jeff Overton (inset) of Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock.
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Cromwell Adds Overton, Recognizes Benham (Movers & Shakers)

Jeff Overton is the new director of strategic services and Amanda Benham has been promoted to senior interior designer at Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock. read more >
Entegrity's headquarters at 1403 E. 6th St. in east Little Rock.
Construction / Education / Energy

Entegrity, UALR, ArcBest Reap Green Building Awards

Entegrity's Little Rock headquarters is being honored as Project of the Year in the Green Tie Awards program presented by the Arkansas chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. read more >
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Dry County Brewpubs Now on the Menu

Several Arkansas communities appear poised to take advantage of a little-noticed act passed in the most recent legislative session, Act 681 of 2019, creating a private club permit for microbrewery-restaurants in dry counties. read more >
Inside Cromwell's Little Rock headquarters, in the city's East Village. Cromwell's new office in Springdale aims to help revitalize part of the northwest Arkansas city's downtown.
Construction / Small Business

Cromwell Architects Engineers Opens Springdale Office

Cromwell Architects Engineers has opened a new satellite office at 109 West Emma Ave. in Springdale. read more >
Builder Keith Wingfield at a net-zero, high-efficiency home powered by solar panels that he built at 2501 N. Pierce St. in Little Rock.
Construction / Energy / Manufacturing

Little Rock Conference, Awards Honor Green Builders

The U.S. Green Building Council is honoring Arkansas companies this week with awards for energy efficiency and environmental design, including the annual Arkansas Green Tie Awards. read more >
Hotel Pines owner Stuart Hee, left, and architect Nate Drinkwine.
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Pine Bluff’s Hotel Pines Undergoing a Transformation

Some people view a derelict hotel and see what has been lost. Others possess a different kind of vision: They see beyond what was lost to what remains and what can be again. Stuart Hee and his partners in the nonprofit Pine Bluff Rising are in the latter camp. 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 >
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Arlington Hotel Owner Hires Cromwell Architects to Assess Property

The new owner of the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa in Hot Springs hires Cromwell Architects Engineers of Little Rock to assess the property in light of safety concerns raised by the City of Hot Springs. read more >