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  • Type: Restoration

    Category: University

    This project, from 1991, was an extensive renovation to the oldest building on the U of A campus, consisting of an historical restoration to the exterior and the interior.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: Medical

    Square footage: 164,000

    This construction project consisted of a vertical expansion of the existing Washington Regional Medical Center.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: Medical

    Square footage: 16,370

    This facility was built to provide support and life skills education to individuals with disabilities in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: Religious

    Square footage: 50,000

    This church is a replica of the original church building, which was built in 1904 and destroyed in a roofing fire.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: High School

    Square footage: 326,000 Square Feet

    This high school campus serving 9th-12th graders includes an auditorium, a gymnasium, an indoor sporting facility, and a football stadium.

  • Type: New Construction

    Category: University

    Square footage: 4,000

    This LEED® Silver facility brought an updated dining experience to students at UALR.

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Building In Real Time Our Blog & News

Arkansas Business honors Baldwin & Shell’s Assistant Controller, Bailey Clark, as one of “The New Influentials: 20 in Their 20s.”
Arkansas Business honors Baldwin & Shell’s Assistant Controller, Bailey Clark, as one of “The New Influentials: 20 in Their 20s.”

Each year, Arkansas Business puts the spotlight on talented young leaders in Arkansas' business and nonprofit community. Each "20 in Their 20s" class is chosen by an internal committee reviewing more than 300 nominations with an eye toward accomplishments, responsibilities and people clearly ahead of their time.

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Strategies for Avoiding Heat Exhaustion on Jobsites
Strategies for Avoiding Heat Exhaustion on Jobsites

Summer is here, and it is important to be aware of how warmer weather can impact your health. If you work in construction and will be outdoors over the next couple of months, you should know the dangers of heat-related illness. In almost all cases, incidents can be prevented if you know the right strategies for working in hot temperatures.

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Baldwin & Shell Adds Creative Director to Enhance Marketing Efforts
Baldwin & Shell Adds Creative Director to Enhance Marketing Efforts

Today, Baldwin & Shell Construction Company announces that Katie Cooper will lead the company’s creative efforts as Creative Director. In this role, she will be responsible for generating and executing creative solutions for all five divisions of the company.

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