The United States Green Building Council has certified as LEED-Gold the interior finish-out of the Fields at Pinnacle. The interior of the 41,000 square foot office building....
Congratulations are in order to Project Estimator Trent Rogers, who successfully passed all seven of the Architect Registration Examinations and was recently awarded his architecture license. Trent’s role at C.R. Crawford is to use his understanding of design principles to assist our clients with the early development of their ideas for a new facility, of any type. Later in the planning and preconstruction phases of a project, while working with the project architects and other project team members, Trent provides accurate cost estimates and other value creation services to our clients. Well done, Trent!
We are very grateful to the readers of CitiScapes Magazine for selecting C.R. Crawford Construction as the winner of the “Best Commercial Contractor” award. Readers of the magazine throughout Northwest Arkansas voted for their “Best of 2016” in a variety of categories, ranging from Best Charity Gala to Best Bakery. Congratulations are in order to one of our project teammates, Crafton Tull, for winning the “Best Architecture Firm” recognition!
A few weeks ago, officers from Generations Bank, local dignitaries, and the C.R. Crawford team broke ground on North Investment Drive in Fayetteville (AR) for a new branch for the Bank. The new 4,600 square foot, full-service branch, designed by Bates andAssociates Architects, will replace the Bank’s current location in Fayetteville. The project is scheduled to be completed in May of 2017.
The Fields at Pinnacle is a premium office building development, located adjacent to the Arkansas World Trade Center and the University of Arkansas Global Campus, in the Pinnacle Hills area of Rogers, Arkansas. The new building, developed by Hatfield Properties, will contain 41,000 square feet of office space and has been designed to achieve LEED Gold certification.
Located in Flippin, Arkansas, which is the home of Ranger Boats and of Actronix, a producer of communication cabling for the defense industry, the new K-4 school facility will allow the school district’s early education classes to be housed in one location, while also providing spaces for a media center, fine arts, and administrative offices. The 48,000 square feet building, designed by Modus Studios, will include a PE facility located in the core of the building that will serve as a safe room in the event of severe weather. The building will feature an abundance of natural lighting and the use of sustainable building materials. Completion is scheduled for late 2016.
“I believe what sets C.R. Crawford Construction apart, both as a company and as a great place to work, is that we have intentionally assembled a great group of people who are willing to set aside egos and personal ambitions, and really commit to working together as a team. That may sound simple, but in the construction industry, with the challenges that almost every project brings, keeping everyone focused on serving clients and growing the company can be difficult. Our team works through challenges together, while always supporting each other. This has led to a company culture that is uncommon in our industry, and created what I hope and believe is a great place to work.”
Melbourne School District students in kindergarten through the sixth grade began the 2016/2017 school year in a new 68,300 square feet elementary school, and on Friday, September 16th, the new school building was formally dedicated. The new school facility, designed by Modus Studio of Fayetteville, Arkansas.....
With a little help from our friends at Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects and Nielsen Architecture, we hosted the Northwest Arkansas branch of USGBC Arkansas for a hard hat tour of the Fields at Pinnacle. The Fields at Pinnacle, a Hatfield Properties development, is 41,000 square feet of upscale office space, designed to give occupants the best of both – close proximity to the dining and shopping experiences in the Pinnacle Hills area of Rogers and the experience of working in a sustainable office environment that will be second to none in Northwest Arkansas.
In early August, public school administrators from around the State met in Little Rock for the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators (AAEA) summer conference. This conference provides school administrators with the opportunity to share best practices and attend breakout sessions to learn of current trends in K-12 education. At this year’s conference, two members of the C.R. Crawford team,..
Executives from Tyson Foods, Green Forest Mayor Charles Reece, and other guests joined the C.R. Crawford project management team for a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of site construction for what will eventually be a $100 million Tyson Foods processing facility, located in Green Forest, Arkansas. The new facility will be adjacent to an existing Tyson Foods plant and will encompass approximately 200,000 square feet. Operations at the new facility, which is expected to be completed in late 2017, will result in 85 new jobs.
The Johnson Crossing medical office building is a two-story 15,800 square foot facility that will house a growing Northwest Arkansas medical practice and be affiliated with one of the region’s largest medical centers. The office building will allow for the delivery of a wide range of clinical services, including imaging and physical therapy. The building was designed by Allison Architects and will is the first of several more buildings that will be constructed as part of the Johnson Crossing planned community.
Cody Crawford is still amazed at how his business has grown since he partnered with Jason Keathley to launch their general contracting firm in 2006. Their venture generated a $6.7 million book of business that first year. “We never dreamed it would blossom as quickly as it did,” said Crawford, president of C.R. Crawford Construction LLC of Fayetteville...
Whitbeck Labs provides complete analytical testing services to the Northwest Arkansas poultry industry. To accommodate industry growth, a new 7,600 square foot facility is being constructed in Springdale, Arkansas. The facility will feature analytical laboratories and employee offices, and is designed to be readily expandable to accommodate future growth.
This innovative Public-Public Partnership, between the City of Pea Ridge and the Pea Ridge School District, will result in a 14,000 square foot facility that will house both the City’s and the District’s administrative staffs. The new building features modern office spaces along the interior perimeter of the building with a large meeting area, shared by the City andDistrict, in the core of the building.