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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.
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Country Club of Little Rock

Completion Date: 2015
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: Wittenberg, Deloney & Davidson, Inc.

Phased renovation of the 22,000 sf Club House Main Level.

Included in Phase I:
New entry doors, exterior windows, wood flooring and wood paneling in Foyer, Library, Reception, Parlor, Hallways and Ballrooms, new light fixtures & new state-of-the-art audio visual.  All work was accomplished while the building was open and in operation.

Included in Phase 2:
Complete renovation of the Garden Room, Centennial, Presidents and Terrace Lounges, and formal and Terrace Lounge restrooms to include new mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems, all new finishes, a new wine storage room with private dining, a new bar, and a newly expanded and covered outdoor patio/dining area.

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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.

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McCrory School District | FEMA Rated Safe Room & Band Room

Completion Date: 2015
Location: McCrory, Arkansas
Architect: Roark Perkins Perry & Yelvington Architects

This 9,500 sf building boasts a free standing, FEMA rated safe room for K-8th school use and includes rooms to be used for special activities such as a Band Room, Lectures, Recreation, etc.

A safe room is a hardened structure specifically designed to meet the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) criteria and provide near-absolute protection in extreme weather events, including tornadoes and hurricanes. Near-absolute protection means that, based on our current knowledge of tornadoes and hurricanes, the occupants of a safe room built in accordance with FEMA guidance will have a very high probability of being protected during the storm event.

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DeSoto Country Club

Completion Date: 2015
Location: Hot Springs, Arkansas
Architect: E. Fay Jones

This 13,000 sf building was designed by famed architect E. Fay Jones.  The building had extensive water damage and required an interior demolition to the wood studs, followed by a complete interior renovation to include a new restaurant, new kitchen, public and private dining, redesigned bar, plus a Golf Pro Shop.  Exterior changes included new Pro Shop entrance, cart drive, new multi-level deck, and a rock patio with fire pit.  Great care was made to preserve the architectural features that have made Fay Jones’s designs so unique.

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El Dorado Municipal Auditorium

Completion Date: 2016
Location: El Dorado, Arkansas
Architect: CADM Architecture, Inc.

A comprehensive renovation of an 1,800 seat auditorium…approximately 25,770 sf auditorium and support spaces with a new stage, new seating, new acoustical panels, flooring, HVAC and electrical, plus an addition of 7,260 sf to increase the lobby and add new public restroom facilities.

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Dickey-Stephens Ballpark

Completion Date: 2007
Location: North Little Rock, AR
Architects: HKS Architects – Dallas, Texas  /  Taggart Foster Currence Gray Architects – North Little Rock  /  Witsell Evans Rasco Architects/Planners – Little Rock

The new home of the Arkansas Travelers is located on 11 acres on the north side of the Arkansas River. Included are 5,500 fixed seats, 24 luxury suites, berm seating, restaurant, gift shops, and more.

East Harding partnered with Hensel Phelps Construction in a joint venture to provide construction management services.

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Arkansas Repertory Theatre

Completion Date: September 2011
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: WER Architects | Planners

In the words of Bob Hupp, Producing Artistic Director… “every surface of the theatre will be touched.” Included in the renovation was a new audience seating, structural and sightline improvements, new HVAC and electrical upgrades, new freight elevator, new roof, new windows and exterior upgrades, new floor covering and paint throughout, renovated Box Office and Lounge, new and expanded public restrooms and amenities, and new A/V and public announcement system.

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Little Rock 12th Street Station

Completion Date: 2014
Location: Little Rock, AR
Roark Perkins Perry Yelvington


The 48,000 sf, 2-story, multi-purpose facility will house the LRPD major crimes and patrol divisions, a public atrium and a public-accessible area to be leased or utilized for commercial or retail functions not affiliated with the Police Department.  This project is another anchor in the revitalization of the 12th Street Corridor.  Recent EHC projects in the corridor include the Catholic Diocese House of Formation, the CALS Children’s Library and Learning Center, and the BCD Empowerment Center.
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Copper Grill & Grocery

Completion Date: July 2007
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: AMR Architects, Inc.

Located on the ground floor of the new 300 Third Building, the Copper Grill & Grocery has opened its doors. Mary Beth Ringgold, owner of Cajuns Wharf and Capers, has designed another superb restaurant with an offering that includes hamburgers, grilled halibut or ribeye. Next door to the Copper Grill is the Grocery, offering a coffee bar, deli, meats, vegetables, fruits, cheeses, and gourmet entrees to heat and serve.

The interior is contemporary but comfortable. Features a temperature-controlled glassed-in wine closet, open ceilings, stone flooring. The kitchen has

Shawn Carroll, Project Manager, and Mike Nail, Site Superintendent, oversaw the project.

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