Country Club of Little Rock Bridge

Country Club of Little Rock Bridge

Country Club of Little Rock Bridge

Completion Date:  2019
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect/Engineer: Anderson Engineering

The Country Club of Little Rock’s golf course bridge was constructed in the early 1900’s and was originally built with stones brought in by golfers in lieu of payment for playing on the greens. It has been used by thousands of people over the years and was in need of replacement.

 

East Harding Construction removed the old bridge and put in a new 120′ by 8′ self-weathering bridge with synthetic decking.  Some of the stones removed from the old bridge were used to accent the new supports making it reminiscent of its predecessor while retaining some of the history that makes this golf course so special.  The new structure will provide years of use for pedestrians & golf carts at low to zero cost in maintenance.

Armor Bank

Armor Bank

Armor Bank

Completion Date: 2018
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect/Engineer: RPPY Architects

 

East Harding Construction renovated the building which now houses the very first Central Arkansas Armor Bank branch, which is located on Cantrell Road in Little Rock.  The newly renovated building underwent both interior and exterior renovations and upgrades including new storefront windows and doors, counter-tops, awnings, paint, & decorative stone accents.

Lighthouse Academies JLCS Gymnasium

Lighthouse Academies JLCS Gymnasium

Lighthouse Academies JLCS Gymnasium

Completion Date: 2018
Location: Jacksonville, Arkansas
Architect: Wittenberg, Delony & Davidson, Inc.

East Harding Construction has completed construction on the new 15,262 sf gymnasium located behind the existing Lighthouse Academies Charter School in Jacksonville.

The new facility houses a competition size basketball court, men’s and women’s locker rooms, a concession stand, an office, classrooms, equipment storage rooms and utility closets.  There is also a 1,800 sf lobby that includes public restrooms and a concession stand.

East Harding Construction is very excited to be a part of building Jacksonville and we are proud to have have been a part of this wonderful addition to Lighthouse Academies Charter School.

Catholic Diocese of Little Rock | Fletcher Hall

Catholic Diocese of Little Rock | Fletcher Hall

Catholic Diocese of Little Rock

Fletcher Hall

Completion Date: December 2017
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: Odom Peckham Architecture, Inc.

The three story, 52 year old building, with 66 guest rooms, received a major renovation which included new millwork, paint, laminate & ceramic tile flooring, LED lighting, energy efficient heat and air VRF units, water heaters, and refurbished bathrooms with new plumbing fixtures, new vanities & glass showers.

The Chapel was completely renovated and kept the original brick paved floors.

The main meeting room has been renovated with an open layout that will now accommodate around 120 people.

Little Rock Technology Park

Little Rock Technology Park

Little Rock Technology Park

Completion Date: 2017
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: WD&D Architects

The Little Rock Technology Park Authority is a nonprofit governmental unit formed in 2011 to acquire, develop and manage a research technology center in Little Rock.  The Tech Park Phase I is the merger of two buildings:  28,590 sf (417 Main Street); and, 10,020 sf (415 Main Street).  The focus of the Park is to provide space for established IT companies, startups, peripheral professional services and a co-working section.

Paschal Heating, Air & Geothermal

Paschal Heating, Air & Geothermal

Paschal Heating, Air & Geothermal

Completion Date: December 2017
Location: Springdale, Arkansas
Architect: deMx architecture

The new headquarters for Paschal Heating, Air & Geothermal in Tontitown is a newly constructed two story, modern design structure.  The 32,176 sf space spans two stories consisting of a 27,589 sf main floor and a 4,587 sf 2nd floor.  It features the DIRTT Furniture Wall System, offices, meeting rooms, sheet metal shop, vehicle maintenance area, and a safe room.

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville | Kappa Alpha Alpha Omicron

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville | Kappa Alpha Alpha Omicron

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville

Kappa Alpha Alpha Omicron

Completion Date: November 2017
Location: Clarksville, Arkansas
Architect: Derck & Edson

Completed 2016 on a fast-track schedule, the 17,185 sf, 4-story Fraternity House designed in the traditional Georgian style of surrounding Greek houses, includes 24 sleeping rooms, dining room, library, kitchen, living room, study, laundry and more.  The basement features a chapter room, study room and storage.

The house’s structure and exterior are a hybrid of concrete, steel, wood and masonry.  There is also a large brick paver patio at the rear of the house for outdoor gatherings.

Arkansas Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center

Arkansas Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center

Arkansas Dermatology

and Skin Cancer Center

Completion Date: November 2017
Location: Clarksville, Arkansas
Architect: Derck & Edson

This newly constructed 6,365 sf, 2 story building features brick and stone veneers in conjunction with corrugated metal cladding to give it a new, modern, professional look while minimizing costs.  It has three covered entries and each has a large canopy.  Aluminum gutters and downspouts divert excess rainwater and keep the exterior in excellent condition.

The first floor displays storefront windows to maximize natural lighting and is designed with plenty of office space & patient treatment rooms.  It also has a comfortable patient reception and waiting area.

University of the Ozarks – Athletics Phase I – Tennis Courts

University of the Ozarks – Athletics Phase I – Tennis Courts

University of the Ozarks

Athletics Phase I - Tennis Courts

Completion Date: November 2017
Location: Clarksville, Arkansas
Architect: Derck & Edson

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.

TACAir Executive Terminal

TACAir Executive Terminal

TACAir Executive Terminal

Completion Date:  2016
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect:  Jerry W. Herndon

TACAir is a privately-owned Fixed Base Operator (FBO) with operations across the United States.  This 16,000 SF new construction is located at Clinton National Airport.  The world-class executive FBO includes a pilot lounge, theater room, showers/locker rooms, public lobby, concierge desk and administrative offices.  Suspended in the public lobby is a ¾-scale replica of a Command-Aire built by Arkansas Aircraft Company in the late 1920s.  The project also included the weather-proofing and repainting of 14 aircraft hangars, including “Hangar One,” a historic Works Progress Administration (WPA) aircraft hangar built in the mid-1930s.

Martin Orthopedics

Martin Orthopedics

Martin Orthopedics

Completion Date:  December 2016
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect:  Lewis, Elliott, McMorran, Vaden, Ragsdale & Woodward, Inc.

This two-story, colorful facility provides patients and doctors with a soothing atmosphere and all the necessary amenities for a modern medical practice.  The 12,408 sf building hosts exam & x-ray rooms, a casting room, a waiting room, a patient check-in area & physician offices.  There is also plenty of storage and cabinetry to make organization easy.

The 3,789 sf upper level is unfinished and available for expansion as needed.

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville | Sigma Alpha Epsilon

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville | Sigma Alpha Epsilon

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville

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.

Museum of Discovery | Donald W. Reynolds Science Center

Museum of Discovery | Donald W. Reynolds Science Center

Arkansas Museum of Discovery | Donald W. Reynolds Science Center

Completion Date: December 2011
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: AMR Architects, Inc.

The new Museum of Discovery|Donald W. Reynolds Science Center in Little Rock’s River Market opened January 2012—after a total makeover including moving the front entrance, adding 6,000 sf for “The Great Hall” (the reception area), a new theater, conference room, a full kitchen, and classrooms. 85 new exhibits including “Tornado Alley Theatre,” 18 live animal habitats, and the “WOW Gallery” to house traveling exhibits (opening with “Dinosaur Discoveries” from New York’s American Museum of Natural History).

For more information about the Museum, visit www.museumofdiscovery.org.

Farmington Competition Basketball Arena & Performing Arts Theater

Farmington Competition Basketball Arena & Performing Arts Theater

Farmington Competition Basketball Arena

& Performing Arts Theater

Location: Farmington, AR
Completion Date:
12/1/2014

Architect: Hight-Jackson Associates, P.A.

In November 2013, East Harding was the lowest qualified bidder and was awarded the Farmington High School Phase I project — construction of a new 74,819 sf competitive gymnasium and fine arts center.
Includes:

  • an 800-seat auditorium
  • an 1,800-seat basketball arena
  • locker facilities for both JV and Varsity boys and girls teams
  • weight training facility
  • performing arts department (band, choral, drama, with changing areas and stage set design construction area and storage)

UALR Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences

UALR Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences

UALR Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences

Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion Date: May 2012
Architect: WER Architects

East Harding is very proud to be a part of the team that built the new Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

This was a three-phase project to construct the five floor, 50,000 sf, steel frame laboratory and research building. Phase I was the sitework and central utility plant upgrade, completed in November 2011. Phase II was the foundation, core and shell and rooftop garden, completion May 2012. Phase III was the building interiors, including research labs, support spaces, teaching labs, classrooms, and a 100-seat auditorium, completion May 2012.

The building is LEED Gold certified, fully commissioned and implemented Governor Beebe’s Mentor-Protege Program to increase Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) participation in the project.