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GRAVETTE -- A special council meeting was held before the Sept. 10 Committee of the Whole meeting to implement plans to move city hall and the Police Department to new locations. Council members voted to negotiate with the Bank of Gravette for a lease of the...

FAYETTEVILLE -- A pair of ambitious construction projects with a combined cost of $57.5 million will move forward at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville after receiving approval from trustees Friday. A $38 million renovation of UA's historic Fine Arts Center and a $19.5 million architecture facility...

New technologies help conduct damage assessments on NAS Pensacola after Hurricane Sally  WEAR AiroAV...

After sitting vacant for five years following an April 2015 fire, redevelopment is on its way to the former Mission Bowl. Mission Bowl LLC, created by the Kansas City-based Sunflower Development Group, received the city council’s approval for a preliminary development that includes a five-story, 161-unit...

Cladding contractor Harley Facades’ work on the fatally-flawed refurbishment of Grenfell Tower was the focus of the inquiry into 2017’s fire tragedy for the second week running this week. The inquiry heard about a £200,000 estimation error made by the firm in its quote to main...

At last. After months of demurring, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has made public a floor plan for its new building, designed by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. The release includes half a dozen new renderings that offer some answers to what form the...