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Office space for the upwardly mobile.

Park your plane and walk to work at the Arkansas Aeroplex Office Park. The Arkansas Aeroplex is on the front-line of advanced telecommunications and support facilities for administrative operations and call centers. The Office Park has first-rate amenities immediately available. These include fiber-optics, communications centers with raised flooring, environmentally-controlled computer operations buildings, auditoriums, class-rooms, carpeting, furniture, on-site center and golf course.

Fiber is more than a dietary supplement. A dedicated fiber park, the Arkansas Aeroplex is served by 100 percent digital switching, high capacity trunks and fiber optic cable. This ties into a network of more than 31,000 miles of fiber-optic cable in the state, allowing you to operate a call center, business complex or computer operation from a centralized location at the Aeroplex reliably, economically, and with confidence. And as an added incentive, there is no sales tax on 1-800 inbound calls.

Furthermore, the existing buildings you will find are ready-made for administrative success. In addition to being fiber-ready, they include such conveniences as communications centers with raised flooring, environmentally-controlled computer operations buildings, auditoriums, classrooms, carpeting, furniture, on-site day-care, nearby lodging and dining available. Recreation facilities include a fitness center and golf course.

Join an elite team. The business climate statewide favors companies who place administrative offices and call centers here. Some of these include Southwest Airlines, ALLTEL, Acxiom Corporation, Wal-Mart, Dillard's, Tyson Foods, Murphy Oil and many more. The Arkansas cost of living, mirrored at the Aeroplex, consistently ranks 15 to 20 percent below the national average. However, the labor force of the state is growing, with underemployment of well-trained potential employees. And as an added benefit, no-cost pre-employment training can be provided.

  • According to a comprehensive study by Ernst & Young/The Wadley Donovan Group, Arkansas is a prime location for administrative and customer service centers based on such critical criteria as telecommunications infrastructure and availability of labor.

    Existing buildings:
    251,000 SF of existing office building space with 820 acres available for development

  • Building 231
  • Building 434
  • Building 511
  • Building 640
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