As is the case in numerous other metropolitan areas around the country, Little Rock’s busy construction market is having to adapt to the shortage of labor to fill critical positions while navigating material scarcities, says Chris Handley.
For several weeks this summer, nearly a dozen judges read scores of project nominations from across Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi and Oklahoma to decide the winners of ENR Texas & Louisiana’s annual Best Projects competition.
This federal project recorded a rate of zero for both its OSHA recordable incident rate and lost-time accident rate. These pristine safety numbers come from a project of nearly 18,800 work hours with as many as 300 people on site at a given time.
Mindful of its carbon footprint, Austin Block 185 meets the LEED Platinum standard, has easy access to many of Austin’s bus routes and has a large bike parking facility, including racks and a repair station.