Adaptive Reuse Gives Ozark a New Community Center

Adaptive reuse, or adapting old buildings that have outlived their original purpose, is more than just a buzzword in the construction community—it will soon be a way of life for builders. In fact, in the [...]

Jobs in Construction that Aren’t Construction

Two-hundred thirty-eight. That’s the number of 9th grade students I met with over the course of the day as group after group filtered past my booth in 15-minute sessions during a recent high-school career fair. Seven. [...]

By | December 21st, 2017|Categories: Blog|

Nabholz Charitable Foundation Donates $450,000 to Arkansas Children’s to Support Nurses

The Nabholz Charitable Foundation is proud to announce a recent pledge of $450,000 to support the education and recruitment of the nursing staff at Arkansas Children's Hospital. The nursing staff at Arkansas Children's has repeatedly [...]

By | December 7th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Press Releases|Tags: , , |

8th Street Market Receives AIA Excellence in Architecture Award

The 8th Street Market in Bentonville was recently selected for an AIA Central States Region Design Excellence Award. The mixed-use development was given top marks for its adaptive reuse of an old poultry processing center. Hufft [...]

By | October 9th, 2017|Categories: Awards, Blog, Company News|

Eight Ways To Be An Effective Project Engineer

The relationship between superintendent and project engineer, or PE, is vital to the success of a commercial construction project. Many times, PEs are the new guys or gals on site. They might have recently graduated [...]

By | September 6th, 2017|Categories: Blog, E-news, Leadership & Company Culture|