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Last updated on Friday, May 22, 2015, 8:58 am

Tenney's Term Reaches 25 Years With Baldwin & Shell

Patrick Tenney is from the old school. Raised by parents from The Greatest Generation, his marching orders were clear: go to college, find a job and build a career. And that’s exactly what he’s done. Named president of the Northwest Arkansas division of Baldwin & Shell Construction Co. in 2014, Tenney has been with the Little Rock-based builder for 25 years. Tenney said he was drawn to Baldwin & Shell due to its reputation for professionalism, stability, and its penchant for pulling down high-profile contracts. In that regard, nothing seems to have changed. The company’s Northwest Arkansas division, based in Rogers, was recently named the general contractor for the $22 million School of Innovation being built by Springdale School District. Based on the philosophy of... [ MORE ]

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