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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 >
Acxiom Building at 601 E. Third St. in downtown Little Rock.
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Acxiom Building Hosts $25 Million Transaction (Real Deals)

Acxiom Corp. sold its 12-story headquarters and supporting five-story parking deck at 601 E. Third St. to Simmons Bank of Pine Bluff. read more >
Clockwise from top: The Ridout locations in Conway, Benton, and Cabot.
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Trio of Ridout Lumber Transactions Total $4.7 Million

Three Ridout Lumber properties in central Arkansas and a west Little Rock office building are the building blocks for this week’s quartet of million-dollar transactions. read more >