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  • Type: Renovation

    Category: Office, LEED

    Square Footage: 45,000

    This LEED® Gold renovated facility houses offices, meeting spaces, café and common areas for a multi-faceted design firm.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: High School

    Square footage: 240,000

    This high school consists of a basketball arena, an auditorium, an indoor practice facility, and an agricultural facility. 

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: Office

    Square footage: 35,000

    This two-story headquarters building has a modern, industrial feel using mixed materials such as glass, steel, concrete and stained wood.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: K12, Auditorium

    Square footage: 74,000

    This facility houses a 1,500-seat theater with full performing arts capabilities located on the Searcy High school campus.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: K12

    Square Footage: 60,000

    The Connor Performing Arts Center is designed to seat 1500 in the auditorium with balcony seating and a spacious entry.

  • Type: New construction

    Category: High School

    Square footage: 320,000

    This high school was built to accommodate 1,500 students, housing a 2,000-seat arena and a performing arts auditorium.

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Building In Real Time Our Blog & News

Nick Copas Now Leading New Industrial Services Division
Nick Copas Now Leading New Industrial Services Division

Nick Copas now leads the firm’s Industrial Services Division becoming the youngest division president in company history. Copas began with Baldwin & Shell in 2003 spending his days as a laborer pounding stakes and installing rebar and his evenings taking construction management and business classes at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Over the past 14 years, Copas has worked his way up from the bottom rung of the job site ladder to Division President.

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Bob Shell Retires After 67 Years
Bob Shell Retires After 67 Years

Robert “Bob” Shell is retiring as Chairman of the Board and will now serve as Chairman Emeritus. In 1950, Shell joined The Baldwin Company for a job scheduled to last nine months and ending up staying 67 years.

He was named the President and Chief Executive Officer in 1983 following the death of Baldwin Company co-founder Werner Knoop at which time the company name changed to Baldwin & Shell.

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Baldwin & Shell Employees Raise $1357 for No Kid Hungry Arkansas
Baldwin & Shell Employees Raise $1357 for No Kid Hungry Arkansas

Baldwin & Shell Division President Bobby Gosser, Jr. presented a check, on behalf of Baldwin & Shell employees, for $1357 to Arkansas Hunger Alliance Executive Director Kathy Webb and No Kid Hungry Arkansas Campaign Director Patty Barker.

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  • american society prof est
  • American Concrete Instute
  • Green building council
  • National Association of Women in Construction
  • the assoc gen contractors
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