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Moving out of the reading room.

There was a time when the Arkansas Federal Credit Union (formerly the Little Rock Air Force Base Credit Union) in Jacksonville was so cramped for space that a men's rest room was converted into an office.

But a $3.5 million renovation and expansion project will change that.

KDA Inc. of Atlanta is handling construction, which will more than double the space available to about 33,000 SF.

The first stage of construction will be completed in August. Everything should be finished by April 1993.

Arkansas Federal Credit Union is the state's largest financial cooperative with $131 million in assets, 37,000 members and four branch locations at Jacksonville, North Little Rock, Little Rock and Fort Smith.
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Title Annotation:renovation of Arkansas Federal Credit Union
Publication:Arkansas Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Feb 3, 1992
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