Crafton Tull took home the top prize at the 2023-2024 ACEC Arkansas Engineering Excellence Awards. The Hwy. 71B / I-49 Single Point Urban Interchange project in Bentonville/Rogers, led by Mike Burns and the Crafton Tull Transportation team, won the Grand Conceptor Award.

A total of four Crafton Tull projects won awards in various categories, including transportation; special projects; studies, research, and consulting; and small projects.

The awards recognize Arkansas engineering projects that demonstrate a high degree of achievement, value, and ingenuity. Judged by a panel of industry professionals from around the state, projects were evaluated based on uniqueness, future value to the engineering profession, sustainable considerations, and successful fulfillment of the client’s needs.

South Cato Springs 230-Acre Development Will Benefit Neurodiverse Adults and Broader Community

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Every project matters. Crafton Tull engineers and planners pour their heart into each project they work on, but sometimes, a project tugs a heart string and reminds us that our work is leading to something bigger than the project.

The South Cato Springs development in Fayetteville is one of those projects. This isn’t just another land development; it’s a mixed-use development that promotes inclusion of and will provide opportunities for neurodiverse adults. It’s truly a site for everyone as it is the future site of the SLS Community’s scaled operations, along with a wide variety of educational, commercial, and recreational developments that will welcome the entire community.

Crafton Tull Named Silver Bicycle Friendly Business

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Crafton Tull has earned recognition as a Silver Bicycle Friendly Business from the League of American Bicyclists.

We’ve joined the movement of over 1,500 local businesses, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies across the United States in transforming the American workplace to be more welcoming to our customers and employees who bike. So many more have joined or returned to the bike movement during the pandemic, and we are proud to support the health and well-being of our community by being more welcoming to people choosing to bike.

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