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Tornado-Damaged Calais Apartments to Undergo $14M RenovationLock Icon

Little Rock properties damaged in the March 31 tornado and new builds make up this week's million-dollar construction and real estate deals. read more >
Construction / Energy / Investments / Real Estate / Transportation

Chris Treat Named President of Citizens Bank’s Trust Division (Movers & Shakers)

He is responsible for the division’s growth profitability, business retention and development. read more >
Business Services / Construction

Roller-Chenal’s Miracle, and Building Back After the Storm

When the March 31 tornado ripped through the Roller-Chenal Funeral Home in Little Rock and the company’s office building, President Bill Booker “didn’t have time to get scared.” read more >
The waiting area at the new CARTI Surgery Center
Construction / Health Care

CARTI Prepares for New Surgery Center to Open Next MonthLock Icon

The center will allow CARTI to provide comprehensive cancer care with “state-of-the-art technology, giving our patients the best care possible,” said Dr. Yara Robertson, CARTI’s medical director of surgery. read more >
Doug Hendrix, left, and his brother David Hendrix own Summerwood Partners LLC of Bryant, which owns convenience store chain Big Red and this year ranked No. 5 for revenue growth among the largest private companies in Arkansas.
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2021: A Good Year for Big Private CompaniesLock Icon

For most of the businesses on this year’s list of Arkansas’ 75 largest private companies, top-line revenue in 2021 was significantly better than in 2019, before any of us had heard of COVID-19. read more >
A rendering of CARTI’s $35 million, 57,000-SF surgery center under construction on its main campus in Little Rock.
Construction / Health Care / Nonprofits

CARTI’s Expansion Goes BiggerLock Icon

The expansion of CARTI's Little Rock campus to include a $25 million on-site surgery center will be much larger than the nonprofit initially expected. read more >
Arkansas Surgical Hospital at 5201 Northshore Drive in North Little Rock
Construction / Health Care

Arkansas Surgical Hospital Has New ORs, Needs MDs

As Arkansas Surgical Hospital in North Little Rock finishes a more than $3 million expansion project adding operating rooms, it is looking for more surgeons. read more >
Business Services / Construction / Health Care / Insurance / Investments / Media & Marketing

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 >
Milrose Investors LLC of Monsey, New York, bought three apartment properties in Jacksonville from Tri Properties Jacksonville LLC of Lakewood, New Jersey, who had owned them for about two months.
Construction / Health Care / Investments / Manufacturing / Real Estate / Retail

Jacksonville Apartment Properties Flipped in $7.3M ComboLock Icon

A series of apartment sales in Jacksonville, a pair of apartment buys in Little Rock and a grocery store purchase in Bryant form this week’s six pack of million-dollar deals. read more >
Joseph Dean
Construction

Joseph Dean Takes EVP Seat at AGC Arkansas (Movers & Shakers)

Joseph Dean has been named executive vice president of AGC Arkansas in Little Rock. read more >
Edafio Technology Partners  at 5020 Northshore Drive in North Little Rock
Construction / Real Estate

Edafio Technology Partners Grows in NorthShore

Edafio has outgrown its office at 5020 Northshore Drive, Suite 1, and is building an 8,500-SF, $2 million building in NorthShore Business Park. 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 >
Morrison Architecture, P.C. • Eureka Springs High School

AIA Merit Award: Eureka Springs High School

A modern, high-performance 88,000-SF multi-level high school, sculpted by the site’s natural characteristics, celebrating education and community use while utilizing sustainable building materials and methods in a fun, economical and inspiring way. read more >
Jim Hugg Architect • Hugg & Hall Mobile Storage

AIA Finalist: Hugg & Hall Mobile Storage

Containers are not just for storage anymore. A portable storage company needed a new corporate facility. An office building and shop structure was built using repurposed shipping containers in the design. This approach was both cost-efficient and environmentally friendly. read more >
Baseball/Track Indoor Training Facility. Estimated cost: $7.75 million to $9.6 million.
Education / Media & Marketing / Tourism

Construction Begins On Razorbacks’ $10M Baseball, Track Facility

The University of Arkansas has begun construction on a combination baseball/track indoor training facility, though it has raised just $1 million of the nearly $10 million needed for the project. read more >
Fayetteville’s largest commercial projects includes Sterling Frisco Apartments.

Largest Construction Projects Top $1.3 Billion

The dollar value of large construction projects in Arkansas totaled nearly $1.4 billion, a one-year decline of 4.3 percent. It marks the fourth consecutive year the total has waned. Despite the decline, the census of projects valued at $3 million-plus grew: 130 compared with 104 a year ago. read more >