On your next visit to the “natural state” of Arkansas, take a look at some of these Crystal Structures. One of the first U.S. state where diamonds were found, Arkansas is no stranger to pretty things, and our glazed structures adorn seven buildings. Projects with further information are linked in blue. (Click here to return to list of states)
Featured State Projects
Manila High School
419 Olympia Ave
Manila AR 72442
Manila High School is one of six public high schools in Mississippi County and the only high school of the Manila School District. Its new building, a 138,413 square-foot high school, is designed for 1,500 students in 30 classrooms, grades nine through twelve. The primary elements of the facility include a library, a gymnasium with lockers, a fine arts’ complex and auditorium, dining hall and kitchen, and classrooms including labs and vocational spaces.
46′ polycarbonate translucent canopy (CSI 10 73 20)
University of Arkansas
280 N. McIlroy Ave
Kimpel Hall is home to student media, drama, communications, journalism and English courses and activities. The work was completed in November 2018.
Glass Company: RGC Glass
4′ x 14′ Ridgelite