Dual dishwashers handle the large cleaning demands from church potlucks and other social gatherings.
Classroom renovations included demolition to repurpose rooms, updated lighting, paint and new carpet.
One large, central room was turned into a social area for the teens.
CENTRAL CHURCH SPIRITUAL GROWTH CENTER
Central church of Christ in downtown Little Rock selected CCI for a major remodeling project. One of their buildings, which was used as a daycare for many years, was totally redesigned to include classrooms, fellowship spaces, two kitchens and office space for church staff. The remodel has opened up and simplified the space as well as giving it a clean, updated look.
Pulaski Tech's new Weatherization Training Center.
WEATHERIZATION TRAINING CENTER - PULASKI TECHNICAL COLLEGE
CCI provided professional construction services for the newly-built Weatherization Training Center for Pulaski Technical College. The mission of the center is to empower Arkansans with professional training in energy efficiencies and weatherization for a greener tomorrow.
ADAPTIVE REUSE PROJECT
CCI was awarded the contract for an Adaptive Reuse Project in downtown Little Rock which consisted of renovations and alterations to an existing two-story, 4,000 square foot building. The space was converted into luxury multi-units leaseable to commercial and corporate tenants.
Welspun Tubular produces pipes for the North America market. Situated on a 740-acre site adjacent to the Little Rock Port in Arkansas, CCI provided professional construction services for this state-of-the-art $150 million API-certified facility, which is capable of producing 350,000 net tons of spiral welded pipes annually.
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS
The University of Central Arkansas is a public research university in Conway, Arkansas, and is one of the oldest in the state. CCI has managed multiple projects at UCA, including the Farris Field concessions and restrooms, the Lewis Science Center, intramural soccer restrooms, Greek Village, Donaghey Hall, the campus bookstore and more.
AGFC SUA PAVILION
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s maintenance shed, clubhouse and dog training facilities at the Camp Robinson Special Use Area were destroyed in a tornado in April of 2014 in Mayflower, Arkansas.
The Camp Robinson SUA facilities house the agency’s maintenance equipment and tool shed. A dog training facility also was destroyed. Hunting dog enthusiasts use the facility to train bird dogs, rabbit dogs and waterfowl retrievers. A small campground is located at the facility. There were no campers on the area at the time of the tornado.
Camp Robinson SUA is intensively managed for bird dog training and field trials and hosts numerous local and national events each year as well as providing numerous other outdoor, hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities. Other features of the area include an auto tour, archery range, waterfowl retriever pond and a full service shooting range. The area provides campsites with water and electricity adjacent to horse barns and dog kennels as well as a primitive campsite near the lake.
In January of 2016, CCI was awarded the contract to re-build the Camp Robinson SUA Clubhouse/Pavilion.