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Cavanaugh Elementary School Baldor Technology Center – U of A Fort Smith Gentry Public Library Cooper Clinic Lake Fort Smith State Park Dining Hall and Group Lodge Arkansas Air National Guard  A-10 Composite Maintenance  Facility Tenaris-Hickman Heat Treat Building Addition KUAF Radio Station – University of Arkansas Graphic Packaging International, New Manufacturing Facility Math – Science Building – U of A Fort Smith Arkansas Oil & Gas Commission Benefit Bank Heartland Honda MarketPlace Grill

Cavanaugh Elementary School

The 38,000 sf project included nine newly added classrooms, a media center, and new administrative space, a covered drop-off and pick-up area as well as the addition of new parking lots.

Baldor Technology Center – U of A Fort Smith

Gentry Public Library

Taking one of Arkansas’ historic buildings to a modern architectural award winning structure came with challenges.  The new foundation for the addition and elevator had to be built with the existing water table being one foot below the finish floor and the aging, load bearing brick walls had to be restored to withstand the strains of the renovation.  We

Cooper Clinic

Cooper clinic is a 110,000 sf. five story medical clinic and ambulatory surgery center. The clinic’s main facility is structural steel with an exterior finish composed of masonry EIFS with a built- up roof.

Lake Fort Smith State Park Dining Hall and Group Lodge

Both projects are wood frame construction with stained wood and natural stone exterior and asphalt shingle roofs. The interiors are a stained wood finish for walls and ceilings, with stained concrete, ceramic tile and carpet flooring. Both buildings were constructed within 12 months, during a year of abnormally wet and snowy weather.

Arkansas Air National Guard A-10 Composite Maintenance Facility

This 30,000 square-foot pre-engineered metal building structure achieved an United States Green Building Council LEED certification and was the first ever Air National Guard LEED certified facility in the United States. Challenged with a small/limited footprint for site construction and building within the flight line of an active air base, SSi assembled an impressive design-build team with

Tenaris-Hickman Heat Treat Building Addition

The 115,000 sf. addition to the existing heat treatment facility includes three 12 metric ton 100′ span  bridge cranes. The building is comprised of structural steel framing with a  53′ eave height on 12″ pipe pile foundations with reinforced concrete pile caps. The roof is a standing seam metal roof system with 20% of the roof

KUAF Radio Station – University of Arkansas

This project was a 6,000 square-foot addition to and a 5,000 square-foot renovation of an existing, considerably aged, multi-use structure into a two story radio broadcast station.  Specific challenges included building on a small and steep site, merging new structural steel and concrete to the existing wood structure, and modernizing the out of date electrical and HVAC systems of

Graphic Packaging International, New Manufacturing Facility

The 349,000 square-foot design-build project utilized pre-engineered long bay steel-framing and concrete tilt wall panels. Masonry bearing structural steel supported concrete mezzanine area of 20,000 square-feet was also constructed for office and storage space. GPI, Inc. had a need to fast track the project to full capacity before the critical production date.  Because SSi has the

Math – Science Building – U of A Fort Smith

This project provided a brand new 84,000 square foot five story facility with classrooms, science labs, lecture hall and office space to the University of Arkansas Fort Smith.  The facility is built of structural steel with an exterior finish composed of masonry and brick.  The roof is a two level built-up roof.

Arkansas Oil & Gas Commission

This 10,900 square foot office building has an impressive exterior that incorporates the use of pipe columns that relate to the drill pipe of the oil and gas industry. The building reception and concourse area includes a vaulted wood ceiling with slate flooring and incorporates wood trim, which continues throughout the structure.  With framing of

Benefit Bank

This 13,000 square-foot, two-story building was constructed under budget and on time, in ten months. The construction schedule was controlled and problems were prevented through the use of short interval schedules and frequent communication with subcontractors. There were several instances in which SSi’s construction team found significant savings for the owner while still upholding design aesthetics and quality standards.  

Heartland Honda

This design build project consisted of a 7,500 square-foot pre-engineered metal building addition and a 15,000 square-foot renovation to an existing structural steel and wood framed building. Finishes encompassed polished and stained concrete, carpeted floors, slat walls and painted exposed steel.  The repair shop ventilation system was designed to allow the bikes to be tested inside the building

MarketPlace Grill

MarketPlace Grill is a unique construction project involving complicated architectural design, precise, inflexible placement of gas, plumbing, and electrical elements, and a tremendous amount of high finishes.  Through teamwork from all involved in this project, MarketPlace Grill was completed on an extremely tight five month time schedule, in budget and without any loss time accidents.

Building Relationships Since 1969

SSi Incorporated is a full service construction firm that has built a reputation and long term success  on the strongest of foundations – our on-going relationships with our valued and satisfied customers. SSi was founded in 1969 by its President, Leo Anhalt, and has been in full, continual operation for over 50 years. SSi provides design/build services, pre and post construction services, and construction management services.

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