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Jefferson Regional Medical Center Emergency Room Addition/Renovation

Location: Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Completion Date: 2015
Architect: The Nelson Architectural Group, Inc.

East Harding was the general contractor for a 1,500 sq ft addition to the Emergency Services wing, including demo of existing building exterior and addition of new foundation with tie-in to existing building.  5,700 sq ft interior was remodeled including the triage area, guest relations, waiting area, and the emergency services wing.  the exterior ambulance receiving area and patient parking area were re-configured to allow more accessible emergency access.

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Centers for Youth and Families

Location: Monticello, Arkansas
Completion Date: August 2008
Architect: The Wilcox Group

The new psychiatric residential treatment facility for the Centers for Youth and Families opened August 21, 2008. The Center serves children from ages 5 to 18 in a ten-county region in Southeast Arkansas. It has accommodations for 24 clients, offering private bedrooms for each resident, indoor and outdoor recreational facilities. The staff of 30 includes physicians, nurses, mental health professionals, dietary and administrative.


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UAMS College of Health Related Professions

ExteriorLocation: Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion Date: March 2009
Architect: Kirchner Architecture, P.A.

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences brought in East Harding to renovate 72,000 sf, including the former Arkansas State Hospital, to house the College of Health Related Professions. Seven buildings were revamped for new office space, work areas, classrooms, teaching labs, and even an ambulance simulator to support more than 20 certificate and degree programs.

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Jenkins Memorial Center

Location: Pine Bluff, AR

Completion Date: August 2011
Architect: Nelson Architectural Group

Jenkins Memorial Childrens Center is an educational, therapeutic, interventive and support service for children with developmental disabilities and their families.  East Harding was the construction manager for the new 6,118 sq ft addition to the existing medical center.


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UAMS Memorial Gardens Phase I

Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion Date: August 2010
Architect: P. Allen Smith, Architect

The new UAMS Psychiatric Research Institute added a healing garden and a café, in an effort to have a positive atmosphere for patients and their families. Water features and tranquil sitting areas highlight this extension of the Institute.

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Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion Date: 2001 — 2003 — 2009
Architect: Cromwell Architects Engineers

Renovation and expansion in 2001 and 2003 of ACHRI 4th floor with combined square footage of 18,190. The two projects included 14 wet labs, tissue culture labs, imaging, darkroom, administrative offices, equipment, storage and restrooms. Also included extensive casework and full MEP to include fume hoods, medical gas piping, acid resistant piping, and connections to the deionized water system.

In 2009, more labs were added similar to those above.

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UAMS Leland and Betty Tollett Center for Retinal and Ocular Genetics Disorders

Location: Little Rock, AR
Completion Date:
April, 2011
Architect:  Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects

UAMS Jones Eye Institute added a genetics clinic that is one of only four of its kind nationwide. The eighth floor of the Institute (11,000 sq ft) has been finished out to house the center, including diagnostic and treatment space, low vision and rehab space, clinical research and database facilities.

East Harding Construction was the lowest qualified bidder for the project, besting our competitors by 4%.

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BlueCross BlueShield Parking Facility

Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion Date: 2004
Architect: Wittenberg Delony & Davidson

Six levels, 618 spaces, 202,000 sf; constructed using the “Pre-Cast Post-Tension Hybrid” system. Features a skybridge that connects the third floor of the deck to the second floor of the Arkansas BlueCross BlueShield South Building.

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Mid-Delta Health System

Location: Clarendon, Arkansas
Completion Date:
July 2012
Architect: Cahoon / Steiling Studio, Jonesboro

Mid-Delta Health System, Inc., is one of Arkansas’ 12 Community Health Centers operating at 70 sites across the state that treat hundreds of thousands of patients each year. The health centers are non-profit, community-directed providers located in high-need areas, and they are particularly important to rural areas. The centers are open to all residents, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.

The new, 14,481 square foot clinic in downtown Clarendon was funded largely by a U.S. Health & Human Services grant under the Affordable Care Act. The clinic features 7 new medical exam rooms, a radiology suite, 4 dental operating units, a large community room and expanded office, reception, administrative and service areas. The expansion will allow Mid-Delta Health System to meet an increased demand for services and to provide care to more patients in their 4-county service area.




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