Fayetteville, Arkansas


Brief Summary

The Arkansas Music Pavilion (AMP) is a state-of-the-art Amphitheatre in Rogers, Arkansas. The five major components include a large stage house, a VIP building, performance preparation and support areas, spectator viewing areas, and guest concession/restroom facilities.

The large stage house soars to an impressive 60 feet above the stage, which is covered by a series of custom architectural canopies. The VIP building offers everything performers and support staff need to prep for a big show, including dressing rooms and dining and lounge areas. The venue offers 3,500 stadium seats for guests, along with a sloped lawn area with a capacity capable of hosting an additional 6,500 spectators. Throughout the venue there are four separate structures that offer concessions and restrooms for guest convenience. The AMP has the largest tent structure in the area with canopies encompassing over 40,000 square feet.  

Client – NWA Entertainment, LLC
Size – 12,940 square feet
Cost - $7 million
Delivery Method – Negotiated
Crossland self-performed concrete, rough carpentry, and finish carpentry.

The synergy created by the Crossland team was measurable and key to the success of the project.  Crossland delivered the building on schedule, with minimal change orders and no concession to quality.

-David Swain, Walton Arts Center

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It was a pleasure to work with Crossland Construction Company on the new elementary school complex.  Your team’s ability to oversee such a large combined site with two separate projects and two separate architects is truly a testimony to the overall quality and leadership that Crossland continues to provide.

– Steve Jaggers, GH2 Architects


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