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University of the Ozarks – Athletics Phase I – Tennis Courts

The new tennis center features eight state-of-the-art lighted courts, championship court spectator seating and a contemporary tennis clubhouse and hosting venue.

The courts feature video streaming capabilities and teaching technology designed to enhance the player, coach, and spectator experience. The first floor of the complex includes locker rooms as well as spectator restrooms and facilities for concessions and storage. The second floor features an open space designed for hosting events and allows full view of the entire complex and competition play.

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Completion: December 2017
Location: Fayetteville

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house on Stadium Drive is a two-story Georgian brick structure constructed in 1958.   The House will receive an almost $7 million renovation and expansion.

The project scope includes a full exterior restoration, keeping with the historical exterior details, new energy-saving windows, jambs, and trim; masonry repointing and sealing; soffit and cornice repair; repainting— as well as targeted interior work—asbestos abatement, flooring, new insulation, new paint, HVAC systems, restroom improvements, etc.

The addition will provide new communal, dining, and food service areas—ADA access, a new elevator, and additional bedrooms in the open attic space. EHC is able to participate in evaluating design options and cost before the project moves into construction.

The project is fast-track, fully commissioned and constructed to the minimum equivalent of LEED Silver.
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University of the Ozarks Munger Chapel

Completion Date:  April 2016
Location: Clarksville, AR
JKJ Architects

The renovation of the 1930s chapel included a remodel of the 7,400 sf basement for a student spiritual development center; new plumbing and electrical systems were included; new catering kitchen and waterproofing; plus new theatrical lighting and sound system.  Another major addition was the 9,000 sf plaza added to the south side of the chapel, which included an amphitheater, a gas fire pit, and a labyrinth.


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Remington College

Completion Date: 2003
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: Wittenberg, Delony & Davidson, Inc.

New 35,000 sf two-story brick structure for Remington College Little Rock Campus. Includes state-of-the-art data and voice technology, classrooms, computer and science labs.

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Sheridan School District’s East End Intermediate School Addition

Completion Date: August 2009
Location: Sheridan, Arkansas
Architect: WD&D Architects

Construction Manager for the new addition to East End Intermediate School (Sheridan School District). The 11,000 sf addition includes 8 new classrooms, restrooms and administrative support space. Project was completed on schedule for the first day of the 2009-10 school year, and savings were returned to the District. Two more projects are planned.


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Pulaski Tech South Campus

Completion Date: October 2008
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: Taggart-Foster-Currence-Gray

New Transportation Technology Center/South Campus for Pulaski Technical College is located at 13000 I-30 in the former Little Rock Expo Center. Phase One renovation/construction was completed in August 2008. The campus includes a culinary school, traditional college programs, including biology/chemistry labs, computer labs, a library and administrative offices.

Phase II was completed in October 2008…the Transportation Technology Center. Teaching facilities include automotive technology, collision repair, diesel mechanics and small engine repair.

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eSTEM Public Charter Schools

Completion Date: August 2008
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: Witsell Evans Rasco Architects

“National Register of Historic Places”

The eSTEM (Economics of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Public Charter Schools opened July 21, 2008. The historic Arkansas Gazette Building in downtown Little Rock was renovated to house the new K-9 schools. The 60,000 sf, 3-story building includes 46 classrooms plus special education, art, and science centers and also accommodates approximately 850 students.

Project was awarded Excellence in Preservation Through Rehabilitation by The Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas.

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Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School

Completion Date: August 2011
Location: Jacksonville, AR
Architect: WD&D Architects

Lighthouse Academies selected East Harding as construction manager for the new charter school located on the Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville. The 26,000 sf former conference center was renovated in a record 70 days to open for the Fall 2011 semester. The Flightline Upper Academy Campus is a middle school for grades 5 through 8 for both civilian and military students whose purpose is to prepare students for college through a rigorous arts-infused program.


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Dollarway School District’s Robert F. Morehead Middle School

Location: Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Completion Date:
August 2010
Architect: Nelson Architectural Group

Robert F. Morehead Middle School is a new 56,000 sf school, plus the gym and cafeteria were renovated.  The project required removing two existing buildings, adding new bus and parent routes, new parking, and a new sports practice field.

East Harding, via value engineering, was able to reduce the cost of construction by 10%, enabling the District to use this savings to increase the scope of the project.



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Dollarway High School George W. Stepps Technology Center

Location: Pine Bluff, AR
Completion Date:
June 2012
Architect: Nelson Architectural Group

The new 12,000 square foot facility was a from the ground-up building, connected via covered walkways to the existing Horton-Richardson Building. It features a fully equipped chemistry science lab, four up-to-date computer labs, and an art room. All meet new state requirements and feature high-efficiency air-conditioning, water-saving plumbing and, energy-saving lighting. Project funding is 40% American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds and 60% Arkansas State Partnership matching grants.

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