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The Civil Engineering Center at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville is taking shape.
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Higher Ed Construction Dots the StateLock Icon

A dozen of the biggest higher education construction projects now active in Arkansas total more than $381 million. read more >
Clockwise from top left: Fort Smith Northside's new entrance and competition gym, Fort Smith Southside's freshman center and its competition gym.
Construction / Education

K-12 Construction Makes the Grade

Since December, construction totaling more than $225 million has been completed on some of the largest K-12 projects in Arkansas. read more >
Jack Kinnaman

Jack Kinnaman, Founder of Kinco Constructors, Dies at 86

Jack Kinnaman, who founded Kinco Constructors LLC of Little Rock in 1974, died Thursday morning at his home in Little Rock. He was 86. read more >
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Executive Forecast: Business Leaders in Arkansas Look Ahead

A sampling of Arkansas business leaders share their forecasts for the next six months amid COVID-19, along with what indicators they're watching and how their industries are performing. Part one of two. read more >
Brad Holloway of Birch Tree Communities Inc. in Benton
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Brad Holloway Named Clinical Director at LR Community Mental Health (Movers & Shakers)

Brad Holloway has been named clinical director of Little Rock Community Mental Health Center. read more >
Doug Wasson, president and CEO of Kinco Constructors LLC of Little Rock
Construction / Education / Manufacturing

Kinco CEO Doug Wasson Hammers Home Need for New Craftsmen in Construction

Doug Wasson has served as president and CEO of Kinco Constructors since 2001. The company ranked eighth among Arkansas general contractors with 2015 revenue of $66.6 million. read more >
Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin speaks against proposals to legalize marijuana for medical use during a press conference Wednesday at the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce in Little Rock. From left are Butch Rice of Stallion Transportation Group and the Arkansas Trucking Association, Joe Carter of Snyder Environmental, Doug Wasson of Kinco Constructors, Grady Harvell of AFCO Steel and Gov. Asa Hutchinson. 
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Business Opponents Say Legalizing Medical Marijuana Unsafe, Would Drive Away Jobs

Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin and four business leaders speak against two proposals that would legalize marijuana use by those with certain medical conditions. read more >
Brandon Huffman, president of Huffman Contractors, is overseeing McKenzie Park Apartments in west Little Rock.
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Contractors See Construction Business Pick Up in 2014

In general, 2014 was a year of increase among the biggest general contractors in Arkansas. Eighteen out of 32 firms that reported updated revenue figures for the largest commercial contractors list recorded year-over-year gains. read more >
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VCC Climbs to No. 1 with Revenue of $607M

Business among the largest Arkansas general contractors was down as a group during 2013. Nine of the firms on this year’s list of largest commercial contractors recorded revenue gains while 13 reported declines. Three firms reported no change. read more >