Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic School

Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic School

Our Lady of the Holy Souls

Catholic School

The new addition to Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic School is moving along quickly. The CMU foundation wall has been set and the foundation slab has been poured. Subsurface waterproofing is being applied and framing is well underway. There is something so exciting about seeing walls go up!

EHC Welcomes Wayne Loyd, Site Superintendent!

EHC Welcomes Wayne Loyd, Site Superintendent!

EHC Team Celebration

East Harding Construction

Welcomes Wayne Loyd, Site Superintendent!

Kay Spence

East Harding Construction welcomes Wayne Loyd, Site Superintendent!

Wayne has worked as a Construction Superintendent for 30 years and is well versed in structural, pre engineered, tilt panel, and wood construction. His projects have ranged up to 32 million dollars with experience in medical, factory, retail, hospitality, religious and restaurant construction. Wayne has worked in both the private and government sectors.

We look forward to having Wayne’s experience and expertise in our future projects.

EHC Welcomes Kay Spence, Sr. Site Superintendent!

EHC Welcomes Kay Spence, Sr. Site Superintendent!

EHC Team Celebration

East Harding Construction

Welcomes Kay Spence, Sr. Site Superintendent!

Kay Spence
East Harding Construction welcomes Kay Spence, Sr. Site Superintendent. Kay and her husband, Bill, live in the Cabot area and have one son and two grandchildren. Kay enjoys working around her home and deer hunting. She came from a working family who owned a dairy & a plant nursery/garden center, so she is used to hard work and long hours.

 

Kay says, “I have been very fortunate throughout the years to work with teams building Multi -Family, Student Housing, Mid Rise, Assisted Living and Hotels. This industry has been good to me. The pride you feel when you push the first blade of grass away and give the last key to the owner is breathtaking.”

 

We are so excited Kay has joined our team!

LOPFI | Arkansas Local Police & Fire Retirement System

LOPFI | Arkansas Local Police & Fire Retirement System

LOPFI

Arkansas Local Police & Fire Retirement System

The Arkansas Local Police & Fire Retirement System provides retirement funding services for uniformed employees. The System offers pension and retirement plans and various other benefits for members.

 

East Harding Construction is proud to be a part of multiple upgrades to this important facility.

 

The current project at LOPFI consists of demoing the old North parking lot and rebuilding it with an irrigation system, new pole lights, parking blocks and landscaping.

NORTH PARKING LOT

Fordyce School District

Fordyce School District

Fordyce School District

District Wide Improvements

East Harding Construction is proud to be the Construction Manager of Record for the Fordyce School District. We have managed a multitude of projects for the Fordyce School District over the years. Most recently are the Football Stadium Improvements & the High School Television Studio.

FOOTBALL STADIUM

The Fordyce High School football stadium received a fresh coat of paint on the bleachers, press boxes, scoreboards, field house & other buildings. The concession stand is being expanded and with all new LED lighting being added to the field, the action will be brighter than ever!

Go RED BUGS!

HIGH SCHOOL TV STUDIO

 

This project transformed the equivalent of three classrooms into a fully enclosed television production studio, sound stage, control room & computer lab. The teams opened walls, reworked flooring & blacked out the studios.

HVAC, PARKING LOTS & DRIVEWAYS

The Fordyce School District passed a millage ā€” using a budget estimate prepared by East Harding Construction ā€” that generated approximately $3 million for HVAC upgrades, security improvements and renovating all parking lots and drives.

Armor Bank | Hot Springs Project Update 08/05/2021

Armor Bank | Hot Springs Project Update 08/05/2021

Armor Bank

Project Update

Dedicated teams were on-site early in the morning yesterday to pour 5,419 sf of concrete for the new Armor Bank in Hot Springs. It took the teams several hours to finish the pour and work the concrete into a perfect foundation.

Tom Wolfe, Site Superintendent and Jack Whitley, Project Manager were on-site to oversee the pour and make sure everything went smoothly.

We are so excited for the next phase of this build!

Check back soon for further updates.