Nabholz added a four-story, 67,847-square-foot vertical expansion to the original facility, increasing the number of floors from four to eight. This greatly expanded UAMS’ capacity for education and research programs. It included a raised pedestrian walkway, connecting the adjacent building. The facility also features wet laboratories, chromatography laboratories, classrooms, research facilities, conference rooms, administrative areas, and clinic spaces.
Perkins Eastman of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Polk Stanley Wilcox of Little Rock, Arkansas