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Patrick Scheuck

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With $3B New Mill, Big River Still Rising

Big River 2 is scheduled to be producing by the third quarter of 2024, just two years after construction began. read more >
Lexicon President and CEO Patrick Schueck says companies are building now to get ahead of rising costs.
Energy / Manufacturing / Transportation

Lexicon Battles Labor Pinch as Jobs Roll In

CEO Patrick Scheuck says the company's focus is innovation. read more >
Tom Schueck
Business Services / Construction / Manufacturing / Transportation

Lexicon Growth Continues Following Founder’s DeathLock Icon

Lexicon’s 2020 performance included the start of a $100 million job for Tesla in Austin, Texas, and continuing work for Nucor and Big River Steel. read more >
Marge Schueck (center) and her children, Patrick Schueck and Jennifer Schueck McCarty.
Education / Health Care

Schueck/McCarty Family Pledges $1M to UAMS Cancer Institute

The Schueck/McCarty family has pledged $1 million to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute to support its efforts in achieving the National Cancer Institute designation. read more >
Patrick Schueck is president of Lexicon Inc. For some companies, automating jobs helps companies either keep their operations here or reshore them. Many Arkansas manufacturers are having difficulty filling jobs because of the lack of qualified workers.
Construction / Manufacturing

Lexicon Acquires Steel Fabricators of Monroe

Lexicon Fabricators and Constructors of Little Rock announced Tuesday its acquisition of 130-employee Steel Fabricators of Louisiana. read more >
The sale of the four-story, 100,000-SF 1001 Technology Drive project in west Little Rock closed at $11.7 million.
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Technology Office Project Draws $16M Transaction (Real Deals)Lock Icon

An affiliate of Caprocq Core REIT purchased the four-story project in west Little Rock. read more >