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Getting a brand new name for a brand new day.

Getting A Brand New Name For A Brand New Day

Pickens Bond, the construction company that has battled back after a takeover in 1987 by Colorado-based construction giant Hensel Phelps, is due for a name change.

A company spokesperson says the change will unify Pickens Bond under the parent company. Others say the change was due to bad feelings that still exist for the Pickens Bond name because the company left some customers hanging when it failed three years ago.

Henson Phelps currently is involved in major construction projects with Arkansas Modification Center in Little Rock and Tyson Foods in Springdale.

After Oct. 1, Pickens Bond will be known as the Little Rock division of Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
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Title Annotation:Whispers; Pickens Bond
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Sep 10, 1990
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