The precipitation of arsenic in superlattice structures of alternately undoped and [Be]=2.4×1019 cm-3 doped GaAs grown at low temperatures has been studied using transmission electron microscopy. Novel precipitate microstructures were observed in annealed samples, including preferential accumulation of precipitates toward each interface of Be-doped GaAs and the following grown undoped GaAs. Specifically, after 800°C annealing, the precipitates are totally confined in Be-doped regions, forming two-dimensional dot arrays near the aforementioned interfaces. Data are also presented to show that the heavily Be-doped GaAs has a smaller lattice constant than the undoped GaAs. A strain-induced mechanism was proposed to account for the segregation of As clusters.