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Project Portfolio

Education - Higher Ed

Project: Arkansas Baptist College Buffalo Barn
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: SCM Architects

This facility provides a nice, comfortable place for students to gather to study, have a snack, and visit. The structure includes a pre-engineered metal building with a single slope, standing seam roof.  The exterior features manufactured stone, EIFS, and a combination of metal and hardie-board siding.  The interior is fully sprinkled and includes HVAC package units.  Interior finishes include varnished wood panels, FRP panels at the vending area, a painted exposed structure, and sealed concrete.  

Project: Arkansas Baptist College Classroom Building
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: SCM Architects

6,400 square foot classroom facility.  The building has a pre-engineered metal building structure with a standing seam metal roof.  The exterior highlights include a brick wainscot with a combination of stucco and manufactured stone above.  Each classroom relies on it’s own heat pump for temperature control.  The building interior is finished with painted gyp walls, 2 x 4 lay-in ceilings and sealed concrete.  The 6 classroom building also is prepped for the use of smart board technology.

Project: Arkansas Baptist College Dining Hall
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: SCM Architects

The Arkansas Baptist College Dining Hall is approximately 10,200 square feet.  It includes a pre-engineered metal building structure.  The roof is a combination of standing seam and membrane roofing systems.  The building exterior is comprised of glazed aluminum storefront, brick veneer, manufactured stone, and stucco.  The attractive facility is designed to meet the requirements of the Central High Overlay District.  Interior finishes include a combination of vinyl tile & ceramic flooring, painted walls and vinyl wall coverings, and acoustical ceilings.  The kitchen is fully-furnished with coolers, freezers, dishwashing station, and plenty of food storage areas. 

Project: Lambda Chi Alpha, University of Arkansas
Location: Fayetteville, AR
Architect: Yeary Lindsey Architects

Kinco was recently selected to perform construction management/general contractor services for the renovation and expansion of the existing Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house.  The fraternity house is located on Stadium Drive on the University of Arkansas campus. 

Project: Mid-South Community College Renewable Energy Center
Location: West Memphis, AR
Architect: PKM Architects

A 30,000 SF facility for bio-diesel research, diesel equipment and engine testing, diesel technology and truck maintenance. Project features a state-of-the-art system for vehicle exhaust removal.  A geothermal mechanical system will employ a heated slab and spot-cooling technologies. It is a LEED Silver designated project.

Project: Mid-South Community College Wellness Center
Location: West Memphis, AR
Architect: PKM Architects

The new 23,000 square foot Wellness Center/Safe Room project includes a multipurpose gymnasium with a movable stage and bleachers, weights & cardio area, men’s and women’s locker rooms, two classrooms, office area, training room and laundry area.  This is the second project Kinco has completed for Mid-South Community College utilizing the alternative delivery method.  

Project: Old Main Restoration - Arkansas Baptist College
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: SMC Architects

This 4-story historic monument (approx. 17,000 square feet) was orignally built in 1890 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  It was re-constructed in 1893 after a fire.  The project was delivered in two phases.  Phase 1 consisted of extensive exterior repairs such as restoration of the exterior brick and stone, restoration of wood cornices, replacement of all windows and exterior doors, replacement of asphalt shingles with slate shingles and re-building the north and south entrances (porches) to match the original façade of the building.  The interior work included demolition of all ceilings to expose floor joists, demolition of non load-bearing partitions and demolition of existing floor coverings.  The restored first floor included multipurpose areas, bookstore, internet area and study rooms.  Phase 2 work included restoration of floors 2-4.

Project: Biobased Systems New Office & Laboratory Building
Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Architect: Mobley Architects, Inc.

This building was completed in the fall of 2008.  The building is a 29,978 square foot, two story, steel frame office and laboratory building. The facility includes one lab for research and development and one for quality control.  The laboratories feature specialized lab equipment, HVAC systems, and flooring. The  project is registered with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) with a Silver rating.

Project: Henderson State University Recreation Center
Location: Arkadelphia, Arkansas
Architect: SCM Architects, P.A.

This 39,000 square foot Recreation Center is composed of conventional steel with steel roof joist and deck. The exterior is a combination of brick veneer and rock. This recreational facility provides the students with a ¼ mile elevated walking track with specialized rubber athletic flooring, three basketball courts, a state-of-the-art weight room, cardiovascular room, multi-purpose room, activities area, climbing wall and room for intramural sports.

Project: OBU Pedestrian Bridge
Location: Arkadelphia, Arkansas
Architect: Clements & Associates Architecture, Inc.

Ouachita Baptist University requested a new 300 foot pedestrian bridge to replace the existing, aging bridge. After demolition of the existing bridge, this structural pre-cast bridge was constructed in three 100 foot sections. The new bridge includes a brick façade and features engraved names of OBU graduates in its 8 inch concrete topping slab. Spanning a 49 foot ravine, the bridge is located near the new residence halls, also built by Kinco. 

Project: Old Main Restoration - University of Arkansas
Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Architect: SCM Architects, P.A.

The most recognizable structure and focal point of the University of Arkansas campus and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  The scope of work included replacing the existing roof with a standing seam copper roof, repair slate on mansard, north and south tower cedar shake roofs were removed and replace with slate tile, tuck point and restoration of all brick and wood work at towers and the east elevation, installation of 3 precast clock faces and relocation of the clock and original bell


Project: Pat Walker Health Center
Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Architect: Polk Stanley Rowland Curzon Porter Architects, LTD

A 38,000 square foot multi-level health facility located on the University of Arkansas campus. The building has exam rooms, X-ray labs, doctor’s offices, consulting rooms and research/educational facilities.

Project: SAU Tech Student Center
Location: East Camden, Arkansas
Architect: CADM Architecture

Kinco Constructors is currently working at the SAU Tech campus. Under construction is a new 37,000 sf student center. The new student center will include a multi-purpose room consisting of approximately 15,000sf and will have a synthetic flooring surface which will be striped for tennis and volleyball. The student center will also include a bookstore, dining area and a private dining area. A new kitchen is included in the student center as well. Several new offices and a mail room will also be located in the new student center. The exterior of the building will be brick veneer and EIFS with ample windows located on all sides of the building. A red shingle roof will be installed over the multi-purpose room to match the other buildings on campus. 

Adjacent to the new student center is the existing gym. A new covered walk will connect the new student center and existing gym. The existing gym will be remodeled with new finishes and will include a game room, workout room, and basketball court. The existing gym flooring will be refinished so students will once again be able to play basketball in the remodeled gym. 

Project: U of A at Monticello Bankston Hall Renovation
Location: Monticello, Arkansas
Architect: SCM Architects

Originally built in 1968, this 66,458 SF residence hall underwent an extensive renovation that included a new exterior façade and roof, new heating and cooling system, refinished doors & hardware, carpeting, wall covering and ceiling. Changing from the community bathroom dorm-style to the two-person suite-style living area by using innovative construction techniques gave Bankston Hall an additional 75 beds to the current 245 beds. This was all accomplished in 130 days. 


Project: Alpha Chi Omega
Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Architect: SCM Architects

Kinco was recently selected to construct the Alpha Chi Omega house on the campus of the University of Arkansas. The project is currently in preconstruction.

Project: Pulaski Technical College Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Institute
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: Taggart Foster Currence Gray Architects

Kinco served as the construction manager/general contractor for the 50,000 square foot building to house the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute located on the Pulaski Technical College South Campus.  The facility includes large commercial kitchens, culinary training areas, café, banquet areas, lab space, hospitality training areas, classrooms and administrative offices.  The project utilized Building Information Modeling (BIM) and was designed to achieve LEED certification.



Project: University of Arkansas Hotz Hall
Location: Fayetteville, AR
Architect: SCM Architects

This 9-story facility was originally constructed in the 1960’s. It encompasses approximately 95,000 square feet. The project included extensive demolition. New windows were installed along with new mechanical and electrical systems. The project goal of maintaining the historic fabric of the original design while incorporating new features that will be attractive to the 21st century student was achieved. The residence hall was renovated to achieve a more open and welcoming lobby floor through the use of glazing and wall revisions. Each floor’s common areas have become more open to foster student events and gatherings. Additionally, small “niche” areas were created throughout the residence hall to encourage relation and study areas. Project is was designed to achieve LEED Silver equivalent.

Project: Vol Walker Hall Renovation
Location: University of Arkansas - Fayetteville
Architect: John Milner Associates, Inc.

Vol Walker Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This renovation includes three emergency stairwells addressing the life safety issues. A third floor was also added providing a 2,700 SF expansion to house administrative offices. Great care was taken to preserve the historic value of this 1935 building that houses the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas.

Project: Phi Delta Theta Renovation
Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Architect: Yeary Lindsey Architects

Renovation to this two story brick building includes many updates and additions.  Located on the campus of the University of Arkansas this renovation included a new dining hall, added stairwell, completely updated kitchen, grand entry portico, and new bedroom furnishings are just a few of the improvements that brought both form and function to this fraternity house.  New finishes are included throughout the house along with new doors, windows and operable shutters. The exterior brickwork of the historic building was cleaned and repaired. New roofing, gutters, plumbing, HVAC, electrical systems were also installed. This project was LEED Silver equivalent through sustainable design and building practices.  Renovations on this 20,000SF building were completed in the summer of 2009 prior to the start of the school year.

Project: Arkansas State University Campus
Location: Mountain Home, Arkansas
Architect: The Wilcox Group

The construction of this new campus included four multi-story buildings covering approximately 100,000 square foot. These facilities were utilized for classrooms, laboratory research, library, dining rooms, administration offices, bookstore, labs and lecture halls. The project won the Excellence in Construction Award from Associated Builders and Contractors in 2000.

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