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PLANNINGFrank Barksdale

A message form the president


Don't you love it when a plan comes together? Maybe you shoot your lowest score in golf, you know when those shots bounce the right direction or those putts actually make it to the hole. Maybe that fishing trip worked out and you were in the right place at the right time or perhaps that meal you were cooking turned out especially tasty. In architecture when an idea gels or "pops" we call that a good concept. Some would attribute these events to luck or would say "isn't that person just naturally talented", but most if not all of the time these things are the result of lots of planning, practice and just plain old-fashioned hard work!


I want to thank all of those involved for their hard work in planning the REALgreen event that was held in Rogers this past May. This was our first ever sustainable conference held in partnership with the USGBC and the Bentonville, Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce. The event was well organized and the speakers were numerous and did a fantastic job! There was a good mixture of topics on all aspects of sustainability. The expo hall had nearly eighty exhibitors displaying a wide variety of sustainable type products and services. There were 11 LEED CMP and AIA LU's offered. Bob Berkibile, whose firm won national firm of the year, presented a great keynote speech. If you missed it then please try and attend next year, your AIA Past Presidents and Board voted to plan the event for a second year. If you would like to volunteer to help plan the event let Joie, Brent, Michael LeJong or me know. We would welcome the assistance.


Speaking of planning, Wesley Walls and the convention committee have been hard at work planning your state convention. Remember that the convention is in September this year, specifically September 15-17, so mark your calendar because it will be here sooner than you think. You received a letter earlier this month outlining the great speakers and events which are planned, please take a moment to read it if you have not done so.


The summer does seem to be flying by. It seems like we just attended the National Convention in New Orleans, but that was back in May. New Orleans is a unique city and a fun place to hold a convention, I am glad that it was in early May though. The keynote speaker, New York Times columnist, Thomas Friedman presented the following challenge and I quote,"Our parents built incredible abundance and freedom on the basis of sustainable values," said Friedman, 57. "If we don't return to those values, we will be more unfree than we would have been if the Soviets had won the Cold War." The winning country in this struggle, he said, will be the one that develops "abundant, cheap, clean, reliable electrons." You and I have a chance to make a difference. We have the power to design and specify sustainably or rather I should say we have the obligation to do the right thing. It is not just about being LEED certified but about being responsible so that our children and grandchildren can enjoy and prosper. We will be successful when those principles become the norm and the term "green" building goes away and there is just building and all buildings are built to those standards. The new International Green Construction Code will help facilitate this, I am certain of that. Yes there will be some heartache, some growing pains.  There always is resistance to change.


Change can be good!


The AIA Board and Past Presidents treated our Gold and Silver sponsorsto a night at Dickey Stephens Park recently. A good time was had by all and the Travelers won the game! Please take the time to thank an allied this week. Their involvement is crucial to the fiscal health of our organization and helps to keep your dues and convention costs down.


We are honored this year to put forth a member of our chapter to be the AIA Gulf States President. This rotation comes around once every eight years or so, almost as rare as the 13 year cycle of the cicadas we are seeing this year. Alabama's Don Brown FAIA is the outgoing director, and quite frankly his shoes will be hard to fill. I cannot think of anyone more devoted to our profession than Don. If you are interested in the Gulf States Representative position, see the article below.


See you in September at Hot Springs!


2011 AIA ARKANSAS 2011 Final Conv. Logo



SEPTEMBER 15-17, 2011

Hot Springs, Arkansas


Registration is NOW OPEN!


By now you should have received your invitation to the state convention in your email as well as a postcard notification. We hope that you will join us for another exciting event. The convention committee has worked conscientiously to bring you speakers and events that will be sure to keep you interested.


If you have not received your email invitation, please contact the AIA Arkansas office at (501) 661-1111.


It is best if you register directly from your email invitation as it will associate the appropriate registration fee. Additionally, it will auto-populate the contact information fields and reduce the time necessary to complete the registration.


Click here  to find out more about the 2011 AIA Arkansas State Convention.

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The AIA Central Section has been busy this spring and summer.  Chris East has come on board as the Co-Chair and has been actively involved in the upcoming Art of Architecture Lecture Series organized by the Central Section and the Architecture and Design Network.  The lecture series is designed to education the general public about Architecture and how it effects the community, while providing CEUs to Central AIA members.   The series has been experiencing a growing momentum in the past several seasons and to build on that momentum the 2011-2012 series will feature twice as many events as previous seasons.



Art of Architecture Lecture Series 2011-12

October 4             

Mark Wilcken's film on Arkansas' Mid-Century Modern Architecture 

Ethel Goodstein-Murphree, Associate Dean, FJSA


October 18          

Ellen Dunham-Jones, Professor, Georgia Tech


November 15      

Peter Rich, visiting Professor, FJSA


December 6         

Dan Rockhill, Professor, University of Kansas  School of Architecture


January 17            

Santiago Perez, Asst. Professor, FJSA


February 21         

Floyd Martin, Professor, UALR


March 13              

Susan Piedmont-Palladino, curator, National Building Museum

Professor, VA Tech


April 10                 

David Ware, AR Capitol historian

Panel members: Tommy Jameson, Gary Clements, John Greer


All of these events will be held at the Arkansas Arts Center except for the Susan Piedmont-Palladino lecture which is scheduled at the Clinton School of Public Service.  Lectures start at 6:00pm and are preceded by a 5:30 pm reception.  They are all free and open to the public to attend.



AIA Fort Smith awarded a $1000 scholarship to Fay Jones School of Architecture 4th year student Benjamin Kueck. Benjamin is a Fort Smith native. The Fort Smith Section annually awards a scholarship to an architecture student from our section.


AIA Fort Smith contributed $500 to the CADD department at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith to go towards the purchase of a wide format printer.


On May 25th, ten AIA Fort Smith members gathered to volunteer as part of the 2011 World Changers event in Fort Smith. Teams from A Plus, Childers, and Guest Reddick visited qualifying homes to document needed repairs and materials for such things as new roofs, paint, siding, handicap ramps, and kitchen cabinets. During the week of July 25th - 29th, approximately 168 high school students from around the country will meet in Fort Smith to complete the projects.


On June 18th, the annual AIA Fort Smith / Nathan McDaniel Golf tournament was held at Ben Geren Regional Park in Fort Smith. Proceeds from the tournament go towards supporting our Section Scholarship. Thanks to all the participants and our sponsors.


AIA Fort Smith is offering continuing education opportunities at our scheduled meetings. All meetings are at noon in the Boreham Conference Center on the University of Arkansas Fort Smith campus. On September 6th, Roofing Systems Solutions, LLC will present "Sustainable Roofing Systems (1 LU, SD)." On October 18th, Godfrey and Black will present "Waterproofing and Flashing for Masonry (1LU, HSW)." All members, associates, and sponsors are welcome. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to Graham Sharum at

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Arkansas Architect Blakely C. Dunn Elected Second Vice President of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards


Blake DunnWashington, DC-Blakely C. Dunn, AIA, NCARB, of El Dorado, AR, was elected second vice president of the Na­tional Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) at its 92nd Annual Meeting and Conference in June. Dunn previously served as treasurer and secretary.

Dunn was first elected to the NCARB Board of Directors in 2007 as the director of the Southern Conference (Re­gion 3), which represents Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Dunn was also a member of the Arkansas State Board of Architects from 1999-2010, and served as chair of the board from 2002-2006.


In addition to his work on the Board of Directors and Region 3, Dunn has been actively involved on several NCARB committees, including the Committee on Education, the Broadly Experienced Architect Committee, the Committee on Procedures and Documents, and the 2006/2007 Practice Analysis Task Force. He has also served as co-chair of the Intern Development Program (IDP) Advisory Committee; chair of the Bylaws Task Force; and board liaison to the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®) Subcommittee, the Committee on the IDP, and the Member Board Executives Committee.


Dunn started his career as an intern at CADM Architecture, Inc. in El Dorado in 1985. After working for several years at The Stuck Associates Inc., in Little Rock, AR and Bullock-Tice Associates, in Pensacola, FL, Dunn returned to CADM Architecture as a principal in 1991 and was named president in 2000. The 74-year-old firm specializes in designing education, senior living, government, and commercial buildings.

Dunn's contributions do not stop with the profession of architecture. He served as commissioner of the El Dorado Historic District Commission and the director of the El Dorado Rotary Club, the El Dorado Main Street Program, and the United Cerebral Palsy of South Arkansas.


A graduate of Louisiana Tech University, Dunn received a Bachelor of Architecture in 1985 and Bachelor of Arts in 1984. Dunn holds the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity and is registered to practice in Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Wisconsin. He is also an active member of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas.



Jackson Brown King Palculict Architects

Randy PalculictWe're building an even stronger firm. Jackson Brown King Palculict Architects is proud to announce that Randy Palculict has been named a firm Director. In his leadership role, Randy's talents and experience will have a significant influence on the future growth and success of Jackson Brown King Palculict Architects





Williams & Dean Associated Architects, Inc.

announces staff promotion

Jonathan Opitz, AIA, LEED AP BD+C recently passed the Architect Registration Exam and has been promoted to Project Architect.


Jonathan Opitz, a 2003 Bachelor of Architecture graduate from the University of Arkansas joined the firm in December of 2003. Jonathan is active in such organizations as USGBC and Next Generation Young Professionals of North Little Rock. His passion for green design leads Jonathan to incorporate sustainability practices in all of his projects. He also enjoys philanthropy and has volunteered on projects for Habitat for Humanity, Williams & Dean logoHumane Society, Arkansas Food Bank, Arkansas Literary Festival, American Heart Association, MDA & Baptist Health NICU. A promising young designer, Jonathan has won several awards, including 1st place in Kids Kozy Kottage, AIA Convention Associate Design Competition, and EGB National Talent Design Competition. Two time winner of the John G. Williams Professional Promise Scholarship in college, we expect to continue to see great things from Jonathan.



Wallack named Architectural Records Archivist

Cat WallackCatherine Wallack has been named the Architectural Records Archivist for Special Collections at the University of Arkansas libraries. Ms. Wallack comes to this position from the Fay Jones School of Architecture where she was a member of the Interior Design faculty. She worked for Architecture firms in the Boston area and in Northwest Arkansas before pursuing her academic career.She has a B.A. in Architecture from Rice University and an M.Arch from Harvard University.


The Arkansas Architectural Archive documents the state's built and designed environments by collecting the records of architects and landscape architects from around the state.The Fay Jones papers are synonymous with the Archive, but Wallack wants to help other holdings gain visibility, such as the papers of architect A.O. Clarke and Rome Prize-winning landscape architect Neil Hamill Park. Wallack is excited to be involved in making these documents available to researchers, faculty and students.Wallack's initial experience with Special Collections was as a researcher studying Edward Durell Stone's Fulbright Furniture. "I was impressed both by the wealth of material available and at how accessible it was. Arkansas has a rich anddiverse architectural history. The Architectural Archive is a remarkable resource that deserves broader exposure," says Wallack.


Wallack is particularly interested in continuing to develop the holdings to more fully represent the continually evolving design history in the state. "Many architects and landscape architects don't recognize the value of their drawings and records outside of their own professional practices. We view many of those documents as being culturally and historically significant."


Special Collections is housed in Mullins library on the University of Arkansas Fayetteville campus. The Arkansas Architectural Archive is open Monday - Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. Appointments are encouraged but not required. To learn more visit:




Missco presents the Evolution of Laboratory Design

Sheldon Laboratory Systems has been in the business of manufacturing Educational Science Furniture and Equipment for over 100 years. Sheldon focuses on lab designs that integrate the casework into the learning process. From the furniture to the flow of the room to the interaction of teachers and students, Sheldon incorporates every detail of the laboratory experience into the design. The information we provide is based on years of listening to teachers about their need for effectively teaching and supervising a science classroom. We will review all types of lab designs from the most basic to the most technologically advanced. Since there is no such thing as "one size fits all", we present these designs in a very objective manner, letting you decide what best fits the needs of your client.


This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education.


Haworth's 2011 Chicago Showroom Inspires Design Freedom & Features Five Best of NeoCon Awards

CHICAGO - June 13, 2011 - Many exciting developments are occurring in the world of working, and Haworth's NeoCon 2011 showroom demonstrates how the company is responding - and helping to evolve - the ways in which people best perform. Whether in traditional or collaborative work environments, working solo or contributing as a team, the showroom offers solutions to support the many ways people live and work.


Low and high resolution photos are available on Haworth's NeoCon 2010 media kit flash drive and by request.


Designed by architect Clive Wilkinson, the Haworth showroom highlights the company's new products in three zones - evolution of the workspace, expressive collaboration and traditional meeting.  The zones highlight areas for strategic thinking, tactical execution and presentation, as well as social and traditional meeting spaces.


Earning five Best of NeoCon awards, the new Haworth products include:

· Very seating enhancements and the new Tetro back

· The Haworth Collection, featuring a new partnership with Poltrona Frau Group

· Reside desking, Beside storage and Belong accessories


With an ever-broadening offering, Haworth products demonstrate the adaptability and flexibility to meet the changing needs of clients around the world.

Employment Opportunities


CESO, Inc. ( - Architectural Services Division in Decatur, Arkansas, is seeking an Intern Architect with a 5-yr. Bachelors or Masters Degree and 3+ years of experience in various stages of project management.  Candidates should have knowledge of retail design and a high level of construction sensibility, and must be able to work both independently and under supervision by a Project Architect to:  perform as-built surveys; design, detail, and manage building projects; coordinate with engineers and other consultants; prepare exhibits and information for use in design or working presentations; and conduct periodic on-site observation of work during construction to monitor compliance with contract documents.  Proficiency in AutoCad is required, experience with AutoCad Revit, Sketchup, and Photoshop software is a plus.  Applicants must live in Northwest Arkansas or be willing to relocate to that area.  Interested candidates should email their resumes to




DOJ's 2010 ADA Standards effective March 15, 2012

But can be used now in place of the 1991 standards


The Department has assembled this official online version of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design (2010 Standards) to bring together the information in one easy-to-access location.  It provides the scoping and technical requirements for new construction and alterations resulting from the adoption of revised 2010 Standards in the final rules for Title II (28 CFR part 35) and Title III (28 CFR part 36).


2012 International Codes® Have Arrived



Early availability of the I-Codes helps you get ahead of the curve, ensure safe communities, and stay ahead of the competition.

  • Jurisdictions can begin adoption procedures early using the final versions of the 2012 I-Codes® with the newest safety provisions.
  • Inspectors and exam candidates can study the new codes well ahead of test time to reach critical career goals.
  • Designers can move ahead applying innovations of the 2012 I-Codes to their future designs.

Each 2012 I-Code includes complimentary CodesPlus service that provides bonus downloads, excerpts from insightful code references, free code updates and a 30-day trial of any eCodes Premium Online Code Subscription.


More 2012 International Codes® Now Available

The International Code Family is the most comprehensive set of construction regulations available. The I-Codes are developed to integrate with each other to provide a uniform set of codes that yields positive impacts on cost and affordability for those applying them in their communities. Compiling the newest innovations in construction, fire safety and sustainability, the 2012 International Codes provide new codes for a changing world.




Call for Photos

As some of you may know, Mark Wilcken is working on a documentary about mid-century modern architecture in Arkansas for AETN. This documentary is funded in part by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council and a generous donation by the Arkansas Chapter of the AIA.


One thing he'd like for both the documentary and the website is a thorough collection of photos and renderings of buildings designed and built from the mid forties to the late sixties in Arkansas. They have done a lot of work capturing photos of these buildings as they are now, but would love to have more images from "back in the day" when they were first built.


This is a request for access to your collection of photos and renderings of your mid-century modern buildings.


There are several ways to approach this:


  1. You can mail them to him at AETN and he will scan and return the photos along with a CD of your scanned images.
  2. You can scan them yourself (300 dpi) and send them on a disk or e-mail them him.
  3. Gather the photos in your office and schedule a date with him when he could come to your office and scan them.


By submitting your photos to the cause you can guarantee these images will be preserved digitally in a comprehensive collection of the period. When all is said and done, Mark will donate copies of the collection to the AIA for their archives and the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies in Little Rock.


Thank you for your help!


Gulf States News


Gulf States Director REMINDER

A Call for Nominations was sent to you on July 13th for the Gulf State Representative to the AIA National Board of Directors. As a reminder, the nominations are due to the AIA Arkansas office by August 12th.   To review the aforementioned notice or download the nomination form for this position click here.


AIA Gulf States Region Celebrates Design Excellence

Arising from recent devastating weather incidents, many of the projects recognized in 2011 successfully re-claimed, rebuilt and renewed history. Such diverse design challenges as rebuilding a school that had been literally washed away and a church transformed from an existing metal shop building ... these are among those unanimously recognized for design excellence in the 2011 AIA Gulf States Region Honor Awards program.


The Gulf States Region of the American Institute of Architects announced the recipients at a gala celebration in New Orleans during AIA's national convention in May. The very best of Gulf States (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee) architecture represents a diversity of traditional and modern; new construction and rehabilitation; stunning interiors and overall design excellence.


Thad R. Kelly, AIA of Fayetteville, AR, presided as Awards Chair, assembling a talented group of jurors. The 2011 Gulf States Regional Honor Award panel of judges were from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:

  • Lisa Chronister, AIA LEED AP of LWPB Architecture
  • Brian Fitzsimmons, AIA of Fitzsimmons Architects
  • Betsy Brunsteter, AIA ACHA, LEED AP of ADG Architects
  • Stan Carroll, AIA of Beyond Metal


Eleven projects recognized, chosen from a field of 127 submittals. Congratulations to Marlon Blackwell Architect of Fayetteville for being the recipient of two of the awards presented.


Honor Award for Porchdog House (Biloxi, MS)

Marlon Blackwell Architect, Fayetteville

The Porchdog house is a new affordable prototype for the Biloxi Model Homes Project, an Architecture for Humanity model house program. The proposition of raising a home up to 11' above ground introduces several issues that challenge the typology of the Gulf Coast streetscape and its urban identity. Porchdog addresses these challenges while complying with new environmental, structural, and FEMA regulations. The Porchdog house is raised above the ground and essentially open at the ground level, but still incorporates a stoop that serves as a street level porch. It is a transformation of the traditional shotgun house, retaining the social and spatial relationship to the street, while providing the requisite protection from a potential Category 4 storm surge event.

Jury Comments:

  • Innovative use of materials and products, responding to the needs of the people in the area, creating a safe haven for the inhabitants.
  • This is a great contemporary interpretation of the vernacular with keen observance of the site requirements (i.e. storm protection) and climate. The best part: it's very livable.
  • A well conceived work driven to provide its users with a functional machine to make the best of a challenging environmental condition.


MERRIT AWARD for Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church (Springdale, AR)

Marlon Blackwell Architect, Fayetteville

Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church results from the transformation of an existing metal shop building into a sanctuary and fellowship hall. Repurposed in anticipation of a larger adjacent sanctuary, the original structure is extended by 10' along its west elevation to include a narthex and tower. The building is then enveloped by a new skin of box-ribbed metal panels and colored glass openings, obscuring and refining the original gabled form. Although a small structure, its bold form, surface and symbols, make it visible and recognizable from the nearby interstate both day and night.

Jury Comments:

  • Redefines how churches might inhabit pre-engineered metal buildings; playful yet sensitive to the liturgy within.
  • Simple, clean lines and an oh-so appropriate use of a metal building.
  • A refreshing reconsideration of the essence of the metal building. This project raises corrugated metal to a fine material.
  • I like that this project takes the usual church building designed inside a metal building and makes it a church designed around a metal building.


Other Awards Presented


The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law (Memphis, TN)

Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects / Fleming Associates Architects, Memphis


The Maritime Training Center (Mobile, AL)

Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc., Montgomery



Forbes Center for the Arts, School of Music (Harrisonburg, VA)

Howard Performance Architecture, New Orleans


Lighthouse Christian School Preschool Building (Antioch, TN)

Dryden Abernathy | Architecture Design, LLC, Nashville


Alagasco Technology Demonstration Center (Birmingham, AL)

Williams Blackstock Architects, Birmingham


The Hemlock Semiconductor Building, Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN)

BAUER ASKEW Architecture, Nashville and Rufus Johnson Architects of Clarksville, Inc., Clarksville


SkyCottage (Memphis, TN)

archimania, Memphis


L.B. Landry High School (New Orleans, LA)

Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, New Orleans


Louisiana State University Student Union and Theatre Renovation & Addition (Baton Rouge, LA)

Grace & Hebert Architects, APAC, Baton Rouge - UNION

HMS Architects, New Orleans - THEATRE




Acme Brick Companyacme

10921 Maumelle Blvd., North Little Rock. AR 72113

(501) 812-5574

Mike Anderson, Bryce Switzer, Paul Fleming


BancorpSouth Insurance ServicesBancorpSouth

P.O. Box 251510, Little Rock. AR 72225

(501) 664-7705

Ken Estes, Alfred Williams, Trey Scallion


Digital Entertainment SystemsDES

2349 W. Hudson Rd, Rogers. AR 72756

(479) 621-8889

Shaun Carver, Suzette Davis, Josh Rothman


Innerplan Office InteriorsInnerplan

7001 Innerplan Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72113

(501) 371-0300

Chris Cerrato, Roger McMennamy


Jay S Stanley & AssociatesJayStanley

5313 McClanahan Dr., Ste G5, North Little Rock, AR 72116

(501) 758-8029

Jay Stanley, Scott Stanley, Logan Campbell


Nabholz Construction CorporationNabholz

612 Garland St., Conway, AR 72032

(501) 505-5800

Jake Nabholz, Clay Gordon, Brad Hegeman


Southern Reprographics Inc.SRi

P.O. Box 1878, Little Rock, AR 72203

(501) 372-4011

Phillip McColey, Pam Brawley, Farris Lance


Today's Office Inc.TodaysOffice

717 West 7th Street, Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 375-5050

Rhonda Bradley, Keeley Claude, Missy Holley





Arkansas Granite & More

18525 Interstate 30, Benton, AR 72015

(501) 315-4500

Scott McElroy, Glen McElroy


Block USA

9712 Mann Rd., Mabelvale, AR 72103

(501) 804-2957

John Cook


 Glen Jones & Associates

107 Cherrybark Lane, Vicksburg, MS 39180

(601) 634-0877

Glen Jones, Alex Prince


 Kinco Constructors

12600 Lawson Road, Little Rock, AR 72210

(501) 225-7606

Art Kinnaman, Andrew Mincks


Curtis H. Stout, Inc.

2400 N. Cantrell Road #100, Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 374-6694

Megan Gardisser, Becky Major


DuPont Tyvek

171 Mountain Valley Dr., Maumelle, AR 72113

(501) 804-7889

Mark Edds


Long Sales Agency

914 Barber, Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 374-3088

Randall Long, James Long


Workplace Resource of Little Rock

409 East 3rd Street, Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 244-9696

Randy King, Jenny Harper






PO Box 22266

Little Rock, AR 72221

(501) 666-8600

Tom Garner



PO Box 16235

Little Rock, AR 72231

(501) 372-2373

Jeff Jenkins

Alessi-Keyes Construction Co.

P.O. Box 25414

Little Rock, AR 72221

(501) 225-6699

Bob Butler


Antique Brick & Block

1609 E. 9th Street

Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 375-0060

Jason Garner

Architectural Solutions

2341 East 8th Street

North Little Rock, AR 72114

(501) 945-5522

Scott Cooper


Archway Graphic Designs

1202 Business Park Dr.

Little Rock, AR 72204

(501) 224-0227

Teresa A. Baker

Ash Grove Packaging

10816 Executive Center Drive

Little Rock, AR 72211

(501) 224-3372

David May


Baldwin & Shell Construction Company

PO Box 1750

Little Rock, AR 72203

(501) 374-8677

Douglas Henson

CDI Contractors

3000 Cantrell Road

Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 666-4300

Lacey Hines


CPI Daylighting Inc.

28662 North Ballard Drive

Lake Forest, IL 60045

(404) 668-6869

Bobby Addison

Caubble Stone & Brick LLC

3215 Shelby Dr.

Jonesboro, AR 72404

(870) 934-0400

Buddy Caubble


CertainTeed Corporation

105 B Dodson Terrace

Hot Springs, AR 71913

(501) 276-3509

Frances Sublette

Coreslab Structures (ARK) Inc.

1370 Sturgis Road

Conway, AR 72034

(501) 329-3763

Greg Poirier


Curtis Stout A/V

2400 Cantrell Rd.

Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 255-1149

David Crook

DFI Architectural Signs Inc.

219 West 7th

North Little Rock, AR 72114

(501) 372-8881

Jane Johnson


Dow Chemical Company

116 Joneal Road

Royal, AR 71968

(501) 760-7805

Steve Libby

Duro-Last Roofing, Inc

2800 Willow Springs Road

Little Rock, AR 72206

(618) 407-7330

Darrin Boatman


Featured Systems

5 Clare Circle

Bella Vista, AR 72714

(479) 855-6422

Ed Chitty


184 East Fantinel Blvd.

Springdale, AR 72762

(479) 750-4565

Brent Farmer


Georgia-Pacific Gypsum

PO Box 105605

Atlanta, GA 30348

(800) 225-6119

Todd Hartman

Gerdau Ameristeel

P.O. Box 9330

North Little Rock, AR 72119

(501) 372-3100

Scott Weidl


HP Engineering

4476 Waterside Ct. Ste 207

Fayetteville, AR 72703

(479) 925-0507

Mark Cloud

HSA Engineering Consulting Services

5701 Euper Lane, Suite A

Fort Smith, AR 72903

(479) 452-8922

Trey White


J.D. Day & Company

6701 W 64th, Suite 221

Overland Park, KS 66202

(913) 722-3213

Jim Day

Kalwall - Glass Erectors

PO Box 30005

Little Rock, AR 72260

(501) 455-1324

Gary Smith


Kwal/Comex Paint

2917 Denise Drive

Benton, AR 72015

(501) 551-2775

Terry Turner

Lighting & Power Solutions, Inc.

217 N. Chester

Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 374-2155

Melissa Stickford


Lunday & Associates

717 E Center Street

Sheridan, AR 72150

(870) 942-1463

Wade Lunday

MDC Wallcoverings

1200 Arthur Avenue

Elk Grove Village, IL 60610

(847) 437-4000

Nikki Salamone


Marvin Windows and Doors

P O Box 100

Warroud, MN 56763

(218) 386-1430

J.E. VanNatta

McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc.

PO Box 34087 / 900 West Markham

Little Rock, AR 72203

(501) 371-0272

Dan Beranek


McGraw-Hill Construction-Dodge Division

5107 Kaplon Road

North Little Rock, AR 72118

(501) 851-1438

Connie Schroepfer

Meeks Lumber & Design Center

PO Box 6160

Springdale, AR 72766

(479) 751-0585

Dana Wikholm


Milestone Construction Company

2002 South 48th Street

Springdale, AR 72762

(479) 751-3560

Kelli Gemmell

Missco Contract Sales

2510 Lakeland Terrace, Ste 100

Jackson, MS 39216

(601) 987-8600

Mack Skeen


Musco Sports Lighting

100 1st Avenue W

Oskaloosa, IA 52577

(641) 673-0411

Jeremy Lemons

Natural Building Solutions, Inc.

3244 N. College Avenue

Fayetteville, AR 72703

(479) 527-0500

Samuel Muffoletto


Nettleton Concrete, Inc.

PO Box 2157

Jonesboro, AR 72402

(870) 932-4400

Brian Woods

Online Technologies, Inc.

10307 Maumelle Blvd.

North Little Rock, AR 72113

(501) 224-3906

Phil Dively


Otis Elevator Company

1527 Bowman Rd., Ste. A

Little Rock, AR 72211

(501) 312-7600

Richard Carlton


Performance Surfaces

200 Richwoods Drive

Bryant, AR 72022

(501) 681-9438

Bryan Sanders


Pittsburgh Paints

1074 W Markham

Conway, AR 72032

(501) 327-7955

Brent Ernst

Prestressed Casting Co, Inc.

PO Box 3499 GS

Springfield, MO 65808

(417) 869-7350

Buck Van Hooser


Reynolds Construction Company, Inc.

104 Timber Lane

Pine Bluff, AR 71602

(870) 247-5753

Rick Cooper

Royal Overhead Door, Inc.

PO Box 386

Mabelvale, AR 72103

(501) 455-3667

Bob Copeland


SBI Metal Buildings

114 Trooper Drive

Hot Springs, AR 71913

(501) 262-0600

David Bunn

Schindler Elevator Corporation

400 Hardin Drive, Ste 170

Little Rock, AR 72211

(501) 375-0930

Steve Vance


School & Office Products of Arkansas

P.O. Box 26015

Little Rock, AR 0

(501) 663-5500

Terry Greene

Sherwin-Williams Company

15484 College Blvd.

Lenexa, KS 66219

(913) 381-8633

Brook Nienstedt



1000 E. Rochelle Blvd

Irving, TX 75062

(469) 995-2200

David Bell

Sport Court

700 Minton Road

Benton, AR 72019

(501) 316-2255

Patti LaFleur


Sports Floors Incorporated

6651 Reese Rd

Memphis, TN 38133

(901) 359-2000

Bruce Gleneck


5906 Wall Street

Benton, AR 72019

(501) 607-2044

Christie Hood


Terracon Consultants

25809 I-30

Bryant, AR 72022

(501) 847-9292

Shaun Baker

The Mohawk Group

14 Crestview Ct.

Maumelle, AR 72113

(501) 517-3230

Andy McMahan


Trane Arkansas

1501 Westpark Drive, Ste 9

Little Rock, AR 72204

(501) 661-0621

Cortney Herbst

U.S. Stone Industries

3515 West 75th Street

Prairie Village, KS 66208

(913) 529-4154

Bob Rauscher


WG Yates & Sons Construction Company

5050 Popolar Avenue, Suite 634

Memphis, TN 38157

(901) 761-0010

Scott Van Der Jagt

Wilsonart International

8120 Scott Hamilton, Ste. A

Little Rock, AR 72209

(501) 256-9022

Amber Burley






AIAAR Red Grey

1020 W 4th Street, Suite 400

Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 661-1111 Phone

(501) 372-4505 Fax