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AIA Arkansas Newsletter                         TOP             August 2012
In This Issue
Welcome New Members
Congratulations Newly Licensed Architects
2012 AIA AR State Convention
Employment Opportunities
Calendar of Events
Member News
Contract Documents
AIA National News
Competitions & Grants
Industry News
Gold Ribbon Sponsors
Silver Ribbon Co-Sponsors
Blue Ribbon Partners

Gold Ribbon Sponsors

Acme Brick Company

 

BancorpSouth Insurance Services, Inc.

 

DES, Inc.

 

Innerplan Office Interiors

 

Jay S. Stanley & Associates

 

Nabholz Construction Corporation

 

Sourthern Reprographics, Inc.

 

Today's Office Inc.

Silver Ribbon

Co-Sponsors

 

ABC Block Brick & Equipment

 

Curtis H. Stout, Inc.

 

Dupont Tyvek®

 

Glen Jones & Associates

 

Kinco Constructors, LLC

 

Long Sales Agency

 

Workplace Resource

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Who is ready for some relief from all this heat?  I'm ready for Fall y'all! We hope you enjoy the latest edition of Columns.  Use the links on the left or simply scroll down the page to see what has been and what will be going on with AIA Arkansas. If you have news you would like to share that meets the submission guidelines, please submit it to Joie Ketcham.  The next deadline is October 15th. ENJOY!

 

AIA Arkansas

Special Thanks

A message form the president

  

Michael LeJong

Wow! How time flies...I can't believe it is almost time for the 2012 AIA Arkansas State Convention. Mark Cahoon, AIA and his convention committee have worked hard to produce another great schedule of speakers, Allied presentations, social events, art contest, and so much more. Being a former convention chairman, I know the time and effort that it takes to produce a show of this caliber. Kudos to Mark and the convention committee for their hard work!

 

Also, I would like to take this time to thank a couple other groups of our members who continue to support AIA Arkansas and its mission each year.

 

Earlier in July, AIA Arkansas held their Annual Sponsor Appreciation Reception at the Arkansas Foodbank, a recently completed project for Roark Perkins Perry Yelvington, PA. We greatly appreciate our sponsors for their continued support. Our sponsor's support allows us to provide the quality products, programs and events we have grown accustomed to. A list of sponsors is posted in the column to the left. Attendees of the event donated nonperishable items to the Arkansas Foodbank and networked with AIA Arkansas past presidents and board members. Thank you Wayne Hardy, AIA for the tour. To see pictures of this event click here. 

 

Last, but certainly not least, I would like to thank the AIA Arkansas past presidents who continue to be involved in our association long after their tenure on the board. Their input is invaluable to the continuity and strength of the association and we appreciate their support. They meet twice a year to acquaint themselves with the progress of the association. Below is a photo of those who were able to attend the luncheon held at the Little Rock Club in July. We truly appreciate all you have done and continue to do for our association.

 Past Presidents 2012 

See you in September!


Michael Lejong, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
mlejong@mahgarch.com
2012 AIA Arkansas Chapter President

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

 

Architects & Associates

  • Samuel Annable, Assoc. AIA
  • Steven Davis, Assoc. AIA
  • Nathaniel Deason, Assoc. AIA
  • Patricia Eiler, Assoc. AIA
  • Thomas Keri, AIA
  • Lamar Lane, Assoc. AIA
  • Kevin Matthews, Assoc.
  • Matthew Poe, Assoc. AIA
  • Alex Reyland, Assoc. AIA
  • Devon Sides, Assoc. AIA
  • Robert Snyder, Assoc. AIA

  

Allied Members

                

Midwest Block & Brick

1601 Electric Ave.

Springdale, AR 72764

(479) 750-7887

Mike Ankrom

Blue Ribbon Parter

 

Resource Interiors

31 Kingspark Rd

Little Rock, AR 72227

(501) 960-7994

Tom Johnston

Blue Ribbon Partner

               

Soprema

12251 Seaway Rd.

Gulfport, MS 39503

(228) 731-5659

Michael Johnson

Blue Ribbon Partner

 

Southwest Solutions Group

           17200 Chenal Parkway #300

                      Little Rock AR 72223

                      (501) 859-0675

Justin Story

Blue Ribbon Partner

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Newly Licensed Architects 

  • Allison McKenie - 06/05/2012
  • Mark Welytok - 06/19/12
  • Jim Coker - 07/26/2012

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2012 AIA Arkansas State Convention

 

2012 Convention LogoBy now you should have received your invitation to the state convention in your email. 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 reduces the time necessary to complete the registration.

 

Click here to find out more about the 2012 AIA Arkansas State Convention.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

 

Ruby Architects, Inc.
300 Spring Building #715
Little Rock, AR 72201
501-374-7829 (voice & fax)
 
www.rubyarchitects.com

VIRIDIAN|Sustainable Building Consulting

100 Gamble Road, Little Rock, AR 72211

o: 501.227.0648, f: 501.227.8648

jobs@ViridianUSA.com | www.ViridianUSA.com

City of Little Rock

 

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

 

AUGUST

9 - Northwest Section Lunch Program presented by HP Engineering
14 - Architectural Summit

 

SEPTEMBER

4 - Fort Smith Section Meeting & Program
12 - Bikitecture Tour, Hot Springs
12 - AIA State Convention Golf Tournament, Hot Springs Country Club
13 - AIA Arkansas Board Meeting

13-15 - AIA State Convention, Hot Springs Convention Center
 

OCTOBER

11 - Northwest Section Lunch Program presented by Acme Brick Company
16 - Fort Smith Section Meeting & Program presented by  Sherwin Williams

 

National Conference Oct 4-5, 2012: 

"The Restoration of our Rivers"

Held at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas

There will be a National Conference on the "Restoration of Our Rivers" on October 4 and 5, 2012, at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. On behalf of our national and statewide sponsors for this important conference, I am especially pleased to encourage the members of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects to attend this timely and relevant conference on urban stormwater and the restoration of our rivers. As you know, Moshe Safdie collaborated with Alice Walton on the Crystal Bridges Museum; a magical and innovative wonder of architecture that I am certain many of your AIA members would enjoy visiting in addition to attending the technical program.

 

Attached is a brochure that fully describes the details of the conference. At your earliest convenience, please notify the members of the Arkansas Chapter of AIA regarding the registration and conference program.

  

View Fay Jones Architecture Exhibit at Laman Library

By Karen Martin 

The work of architect Fay Jones, who designed the plaza gazebo of Laman Library in North Little Rock, is the subject of an exhibit at the library through Aug. 25.

 

Outside the Pale: The Architecture of Fay Jones is on display through Aug. 25 at Laman Library, 2801 Orange St., North Little Rock.

 

Jones, a native of Pine Bluff, was an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright and is the only one of Wright's disciples to receive the AIA Gold Medal, the highest honor awarded by the American Institute of Architects. He died in 2004.

 

The exhibit is on loan from the Old State House Museum with additional artifacts and objects from Special Collections at the University of Arkansas Libraries in Fayetteville.

 

"We chose to bring this exhibit to North Little Rock to help showcase our plaza gazebo that was designed by Jones in the early '70s," said Jeff Baskin, Laman Library executive director. "Most know of the significant contributions Jones made to architecture, but few know that we have a fine example of his work right here in our own community."

 

Admission is free. For more information click here 

Article Courtesty of In Arkansas

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MEMBER NEWS 

 

AIA Arkansas Central Section & Innerplan Office Interiors
Donate to Easter Seals

The AIA Arkansas Central Section golf tournament had a HUGE turnout this year.  Each year, money raised from mulligans and the putting contest are donated to a worthy cause.  This year the charity of choice was Easter Seals Arkansas.  Thank you to those of you who contributed to such a worthy cause.  We were able to donate $1523.00.

AIACS_Easter Seals 


 

Arkansas Architect Blakely C. Dunn to BecomBlake Dunne NCARB President in July 2013

Blakely C. Dunn, of El Dorado, AR, was elected NCARB first vice  president/president-elect. By virtue of his election, he will assume the NCARB presidency in July 2013. Read the full article. 


 

 

Arkansas Design Center Tackles Problems Omnipresent & Invisible
The University of Arkansas Community Design Center puts the suburban fringe in the spotlight
By Sara Fernández Cendón

A relatively sparsely populated corner of Arkansas might seem an unlikely base for cutting-edge research on contemporary urban issues. Yet academics at the University of Arkansas Community Design Center (UACDC) in Fayetteville routinely push the state of the art in smart growth, public transit, low-impact development, urban forestry, and watershed urbanism. Teams there have found a particular forte in formulating development and design strategies unique to the omnipresent suburban and exurban places that have become architectural no man's lands.


"We look for the role of design in conditions where design could have a lot to contribute but up to that point has been completely absent," says Steve Luoni, Assoc. AIA, director of the UACDC.


 

The UACDC has become a leader in the conversation of how their region will evolve and grow. But the center has proven itself outside of Arkansas as well.  To see the full article, click here.


 

BRR Architecture welcomes Kari Price, Assoc. AIA, as the firm's new Building Information Modeling (BIM)
 "We are very excited to have Kari join the BRR team. With over 125 of our architectural staff trained in Revit and approximately 150 projects already designed with the program, her expertise will be a significant asset to both our clients and our staff," said Chris Rhea, President of BRR Architecture.


Prior to joining BRR, Kari was the Design Technology Leader at Perkins+Will, where she developed firm-wide office templates and standards for BIM programs and delivery, and managed Revit models for multiple large, complex projects. In addition, she was the BIM Community and Office Revit Leader at RDG Planning & Design, and was a Revit Leader in Gensler's Washington DC office.


Kari has experienced firsthand the value of utilizing Revit on commercial design projects. "Revit is a great tool to improve collaboration among our team members and streamline the design, construction, and operation process for our clients. The value it provides as a communication and efficiency tool is truly immeasurable."


In addition, Kari has been a LEED Accredited Professional since 2006 and served as a LEED consultant for the U.S. Green Building Council certification of multiple projects, including the first LEED Volume Build Retail Roll-out program in the nation.
 

Chris Baribeau, AIA Recognized in the
Young Architect Forum Connection 
CongratulationsChris, on being recognized for your leadership!  Click here to see the article.

 State Veterans Cemetary

Fennell Purifoy Architects Recognized on archdaily.com

The Arkansas State Veterans Cemetary at Birdseye for being recognized on ardchdaily.  Click here to see the post.

 

 

SCM Architects Announces New Team Members

Paul HeckArchitect Paul Heck, AIA has been named an Associate at SCM Architects,  PLLC, joining the staff of the firm's Fayetteville office. Paul Heck was previously employed as a Senior Architect and Manager NWA Operations at Cyntergy Architecture. He is a 1994 graduate of the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas. Paul is a project team member for the Renovation of Hotz Hall at the University of Arkansas and the Harding University Northwest Arkansas Professional Center new satellite campus in Rogers.


In April, Tim Layendecker, AIA joined the Little Rock office of SCM Architects and was named an Associate. Tim was previously a Senior Associate in the Dallas office of Dewberry. He is a 1982 graduate of the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas. Tim is a project team member for the Garrison Center Renovation at Henderson State University and the University of Arkansas Housing Master Plan.


Ryan Biles SCM Architects also announced that three team members in the firm's Little Rock office have recently attained licensure. Rachel Miller, ASID and Stacey Breezeel, ASID passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam and have become licensed interior designers. Ryan Biles, AIA has passed the Architect Registration Exam (ARE) to become the firm's tenth registered architect. Rachel is a 2005 graduate of the Interior Design program at Harding University and obtained her Master of Science in Interior Architecture from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro in 2008. Stacey is a 2009 graduate of the Interior Design program at Harding University. Ryan is a 2003 graduate of the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture.


Kim Ladd has been hired as office manager at SCM Architects. Kim was previously the Accounting Supervisor at Arkansas Specialty Orthopedics.


 

USGBC Awards LEED for New Construction Gold Certification to West Hall at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock

With the assistance of Viridian, West Hall at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been awarded LEED® Gold by the Green Building Certification Institute under the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) New Construction and Major Renovations Rating System.  Read the full press release

 

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CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

 

New AIA Contract Documents Educational Portal

Check out the new AIA Contract Documents Education Portal. Having the right contracts in place can prevent conflicts and help create more successful collaborations. As a building professional, using a comprehensive contract document is the most important thing you can do to protect your project. Learn more by visiting the Education Portal.

 

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AIA NATIONAL NEWS

  

Architects of Healing Video Now Available
The closing general session at this year's AIA convention included a very impactful tribute to those Architects involved with rebuilding after 9/11.  The presentation made during the closing session is now available.

Broader Economy Pulls Monthly ABI Down

Firms are relying more on small project additions and renovations during the downturn, by Kermit Baker, Hon. AIA, AIA Chief Economist

Billings at U.S. architecture firms reversed sharply in May, with the AIA's Architecture Billings Index falling to 45.8 for the month on top of a more modest decline in April. Any score below 50 indicates a decline in revenue at firms, and the May reading represents the steepest decline in almost a year. This pattern in ABI readings mimics 2011, when billings increased in the first quarter and then reversed in the second before recovering later in the year.

The drop pushed firms in all regions of the country into declining billings. The downturn is particularly notable at firms in the Northeast and Midwest, which had been posting generally positive readings for the past several months. Firms with an institutional building specialization remained weak, while residential firms turned slightly negative after several months of positive business conditions. Firms specializing in commercial and industrial facilities were the one major category that continued to show growth in the face of the national downturn.


To view the full article visit the AIA website.   

 

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COMPETITIONS & GRANTS

  

IDP Design Competition
Due to several components urging, The AIA San Fernando Valley chapter are extending the registration for the IDP Design Competition until Sept. 14, 2012.  We encourage our associates to enter.  It is an exciting project where emerging professionals can get between 200 and 300 CORE hours of NCARB approved IDP credit! More info is available on our website.
  
ARCHITECTURE Magazine Annual Design Review Awards
Enter your project in this year's ARCHITECTURE Magazine Annual Design Review awards. Winning projects will be published in Dec. issue. The deadlines are as follows.
Regular Submission Deadline: September 7, 2012
Late Submission Deadline: September 12, 2012
For more information visit ARCHITECTURE magazine.
  
2013 Institute Honor Awards Submissions Due August 24
The American Institute of Architects celebrates outstanding architectural work that elevates the quality of architecture practice; sets standards against which all architects can measure performance; and informs the public of its breadth and value.  For more than 60 years, the Institute Honor Awards have recognized projects of all sizes, budgets, styles, and building types-from public to residential, from large firms to sole practitioners. For more information, click here 
 
City Beautiful Commission, Best of the Best Awards
The City Beautiful Commission of Little Rock annually gives three Best of the Best awards to commercial or institutional sites that have made an over-and-above effort to enhance their settings.  The commission's responsibilities include hearing requests for variances from the local landscape requirements so we are quite aware of the challenges of meeting the city codes and are appreciative of property owners who do more than the law demands.
 
It would seem that architects are by nature aware of uncommonly well done combinations of structure and surroundings and might like to know how to submit nominations.
 
The nomination period is open now and extends through mid-August.  The winners are chosen by the commission during the September meeting.  Information on the process is available at Little Rock City Beautiful Commission. For questions contact  Jennie Cole at 501-666-6250 or 501-786-1865.
 
NCARB Unveils the NCARB Award,
A New Name for its Prestigious Grant Program
Designed to help architecture schools implement new programs that merge practice and education in a classroom, seminar, or studio setting, the NCARB Award for the Integration of Practice and Education in the Academy supports initiatives that will have a long-term impact on students, faculty, and curriculum.
"Limiting the total number of awards offers the potential for much larger individual Award amounts than in the past, which should incentivize even more schools to compete for the funding," said Michael J. Armstrong, NCARB CEO.

Minneapolis, MN-The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) unveiled a new name-the NCARB Award-for its prestigious program that grants funding for new initiatives that integrate practice and education in the academy. The Council also announced that it would bestow a maximum of three Awards in 2012, from a total award pool of up to $75,000.
 
"Each Award presents an opportunity to engage practitioners in the educational phase of an emerging professional's pathway to develop key knowledge and skills essential for licensure," said Stephen Nutt, AIA, NCARB, CAE, Vice President, Programs. "The collaborative interaction also helps students' education keep pace with current practice."
 
Award submission forms, criteria, and requirements will be available on www.ncarb.org in August. The proposal deadline for the 2012 NCARB Award is 2 October 2012.  Questions about the NCARB Award can be e-mailed to NCARB, or contact NCARB at 202/783-6500. 

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INDUSTRY NEWS

 

Arkansas Senate: Financial Transparency Act
Weekly column written for members of the Arkansas Senate:

Thanks to a law passed by the legislature last year, expenditures and salaries of Arkansas state government are available for public inspection on the Internet.  The web site is www.transparency.arkansas.gov

 

 The legislature created the web site when it approved Act 303 of 2011. It is the Arkansas Financial Transparency Act, although it's also known as the "Online Checkbook" act.

 

Under Act 303 state agencies will post the salaries of all employees, as well as expenditure data that includes amounts paid under contracts with private companies that bid on state projects. The data includes the names of vendors that are awarded contracts, the amounts of the contracts and whether they are for commodities or professional services.

 

The act applies to the offices of the governor, attorney general, secretary of state, land commissioner, auditor, treasurer and lieutenant governor. It also would apply to all boards and commissions, judicial offices, the Lottery Commission and legislative offices.

 

State agencies shall make available on the Internet information about their bonded indebtedness, such as the original amount of principal borrowed, the interest rates charged and the source of revenue for repayment of the debt. They must cite the statute authorizing them to borrow money.

 

The web site includes revenue that the state collects in taxes, and also income from grants, fees and fines. Some of the information is updated daily and some it is updated monthly, such as public employees' salaries.

 

Financial information about the state's bonded indebtedness is updated quarterly. The web site does not have anything yet on bonded indebtedness. It is scheduled to be posted online by the middle of September.

 

Expenditures are listed in various ways. One is by agency. Another is by classification, such as salaries, travel, debt service, retirement benefits, capital outlays and operating expenses.

 

One of the most extensive breakdowns of state spending is by vendor. The site lists about 29,500 entities to whom the state paid money. Some are private businesses that sold motor vehicles and equipment to state agencies. Others are firms that provided professional services to the state, such as architecture firms and engineering firms.

 

The web site has standard contracts between the state and private businesses if they are for more than $25.000. Construction contracts are listed if they are for more than $20,000. Also, it lists payments by state agencies to cities and counties, such as Correction Department reimbursements to county jails for holding inmates under the jurisdiction of the state.

 

The names and salaries of state employees are listed, as well as the date on which the employees began working for the agency.

 

Higher education is exempted from the act because colleges and universities use a separate accounting system and it would cost millions of dollars to include them. However, the University of Arkansas has made its expenditures accessible to online inspection at a web site at this address: http://openua.uark.edu/

 

The financial transparency web sites list information that is subject to the state Freedom of Information Act, which means it does not include employees' social security numbers. It doesn't include a private vendors' tax information or information that would give other businesses a competitive advantage in bidding on state projects.

 

Article courtesy of the Magnolia Reporter

 

New Data from NCARB Reveals Key Trends in the Profession

Washington, DC-New analytics from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), available in its NCARB By the Numbers publication, reveal exciting information about the profession-including the average time to complete the Intern Development Program (IDP), the average time between graduation and licensure, and the increasing number of women entering the profession.

  

"Thanks to several years of investment in our information systems, and nearly 100 years worth of NCARB Record information in our holdings, our data mining capability-and ability to provide insights into the profession as a whole-has dramatically increased," said NCARB CEO Michael J. Armstrong.

 

"We're thrilled to report that the data 'busts' the myths that have proliferated for years about how long it takes to complete the IDP or to achieve licensure," said Armstrong. According to the data, the median-one measure of central tendency-time to complete the IDP, based on an intern's application year, is about five years, and the median time from graduation to initial licensure is seven years.

 IDP Chart

Looking at NCARB Record applications by gender shows a demographic shift. Learn more about this significant trend by clicking here to download NCARB By the Numbers.

 

NCARB By the Numbers also includes data from NCARB's Perception Survey conducted in December 2011 with interns and architects.

 

Code Development Schedule Updated to Include Group C

To ensure there is enough time to thoroughly consider a large number of expected code change proposals for the Group B codes, the ICC Board of Directors has approved a Group C Cycle of Code Development in 2014. The International Green Construction Code will be relocated from its current position in Group B to the Group C cycle. Read the updated schedule.

 

 

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GOLD RIBBON SPONSORS

 

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

  

DES, Inc.DES

2349 W. Hudson Rd, Rogers. AR 72756

(479) 621-8889

Shaun Carver, Josh Rothman, Courtney Knieff

  

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

 

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SILVER RIBBON CO-SPONSORS

 

ABC Block Brick & Equipment

9712 Mann Rd., Mabelvale, AR 72103

(501) 804-2957

John Cook

 

CR Crawford Construction

5274 N Crossover Rd.

(479) 251-1161

Richard Johnson, Scott Stokenburry

 

Glen Jones & Associates

107 Cherrybark Lane, Vicksburg, MS 39180

(601) 634-0877

Glen Jones, Lou Skeen 

 

Kinco Constructors

12600 Lawson Road, Little Rock, AR 72210

(501) 225-7606

William Fletcher, Andrew Mincks

  

Curtis H. Stout, Inc.

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

(501) 374-6694

Andy McMahan, Melissa Stickford

  

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

 

BLUE RIBBON PARTNERS

 

Alessi-Keyes Construction Co.

P.O. Box 25414

Little Rock, AR 72221

(501) 225-6699

Bob Butler

ALL-STORAGE PRODUCTS, INC.

PO Box 22266

Little Rock, AR 72221

(501) 666-8600

    Tom Garner

Antique Brick & Block

1609 E. 9th Street

Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 375-0060

Jason Garner

Architectural Concepts

6009 Dalton Farmer Drive

Jonesboro, AR 72404

(870) 972-8668

    RJ Kibler

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

Arkansas Business

Publishing Group

122 East Second

Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 372-1443

Rachel Bradberry

Ash Grove Packaging

10816 Executive Center Drive

Little Rock, AR 72211

(501) 224-3372

    David May

ATG USA

PO Box 16235

Little Rock, AR 72231

(501) 372-2373

Jeff Jenkins

Baldwin & Shell

Construction Company

PO Box 1750

Little Rock, AR 72203

(501) 374-8677

    Douglas Henson

Beshears Construction

PO Box 6299

Fort Smith, AR 72906

(479) 646-0846

Kelly Same

CDI Contractors

3000 Cantrell Road

Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 666-4300

    Lacey Hines

CertainTeed Corporation

105 B Dodson Terrace

Hot Springs, AR 71913

(501) 276-3509

John Johnson

Coreslab Structures (ARK) Inc.

1370 Sturgis Road

Conway, AR 72034

(501) 329-3763

    Greg Poirier

CPI Daylighting Inc.

28662 North Ballard Drive

Lake Forest, IL 60045

(847) 816-1060

Yossi Vinograd

 

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

Duro-Last Roofing, Inc

2800 Willow Springs Road

Little Rock, AR 72206

(618) 407-7330

    Darrin Boatman

Enloe Enterprise LLC

4928 Holly Street

Kansas City, MO 64112

(816) 561-9229

Vickie Enloe

Featured Systems

5 Clare Circle

Bella Vista, AR 72714

(479) 855-6422

    Ed Chitty

Flintco

184 East Fantinel Blvd.

Springdale, AR 72762

(479) 750-4565

Brent Farmer

Georgia-Pacific Gypsum

PO Box 105605

Atlanta, GA 30348

(800) 225-6119

Ron Blanchard

H.E. Williams, Inc.

831 West Fairview Avenue

Carthage, MO 64836

(417) 358-4065

Kelly Hartly

Harrison Energy Partners

1501 Westpark Drive, Ste 9

Little Rock, AR 72204

(501) 661-0621

Cortney Herbst

HILLYER SALES

Architectural Products

3411 Summer Ave

Memphis, TN 38122

(901) 452-8462

Bruce Hillyer

HP Engineering

1800 South 52nd Street, Suite 400

Rogers, AR 72758

(479) 899-6370

Bill Hodge

 

HSA Engineering

Consulting Services

5701 Euper Lane, Suite A

Fort Smith, AR 72903

(479) 452-8922

Trey White

 

Hubble-Mitchell

Interiors, Inc.

1023 West 3rd Street

Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 312-2700

Chris Hubble

Inside Effects LLC

PO Box 31179

Little Rock, AR 72260

(501) 954-8866

Deb Sefcik

J.D. Day & Company

6701 W 64th, Suite 221

Overland Park, KS 66202

(913) 722-3213

Jim Day

J+J / Invision

2924 West Ika Lane

Fayetteville, AR 72704

(479) 305-4004

Brad Bunch

Johnson Equipment

4674 Olin Road

Dallas, TX 75244

(972) 661-9822

Mike Guernica

Kalwall - Glass Erectors

PO Box 30005

Little Rock, AR 72260

(501) 455-1324

Gary Smith

Lighting & Power

Solutions, Inc.

217 N. Chester

Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 374-2155

Brian Self

Lunday & Associates

717 E Center Street

Sheridan, AR 72150

(870) 942-1463

Wade Lunday

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

MDC Wallcoverings

1200 Arthur Avenue

Elk Grove Village, IL 60610

(847) 437-4000

Nikki Stelloh

Milestone Construction Company

2002 South 48th Street

Springdale, AR 72762

(479) 751-3560

Kelli Gemmell

Minick Materials

326 N Council

Oklahoma City , OK 73127

(405) 343-7879

Mike Mayzak

Missco Contract Sales

PO Box 321400

Florwood, MS 39232

(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

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

Porter Lighting & Controls

6001 Murray Street

Little Rock, AR 72209

(501) 570-8170

Megan Gardisser

Resource Interiors

31 Kingspark Road

Little Rock, AR 72227

(501) 960-7994

Tom Johnston

Reynolds Construction

Company, Inc.

104 Timber Lane

Pine Bluff, AR 71602

(870) 247-5753

Rick Cooper

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 72221-6015

(501) 521-4424

Terry Greene

Sherwin-Williams Company

15484 College Blvd.

Lenexa, KS 66219

(913) 381-8633

Brook Nienstedt

Siplast

1000 E. Rochelle Blvd

Irving, TX 75062

(469) 995-2200

David Bell

Southwest Solutions Group

17200 Chenal Parkway, # 300

Little Rock, AR 72223

(501) 859-0675

    Justin Story

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

Tandus Flooring

5906 Wall Street

Benton, AR 72019

(501) 607-2044

Christie Hood

Terracon Consultants

25809 I-30

Bryant, AR 72022

(501) 847-9292

Shaun Baker

U.S. Stone Industries

3515 West 75th Street

Prairie Village, KS 66208

(913) 529-4154

Bob Rauscher

VCC

P.O. Box 555

Little Rock, AR 72203

(501) 376-0017

Essa Alley

Wausau Windows & Wall Systems/Tubelite

19926 West 99th Street

Lenexa, KS 66220

(715) 846-3266

Steve Seeling

Wilsonart International

8120 Scott Hamilton, Ste. A

Little Rock, AR 72209

(501) 256-9022

Amber Burley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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