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AIA Arkansas Newsletter                         TOP            January 2013
In This Issue
Membership Renewals
Associates/Emerging Professional News
Calendar of Events
Welcome New Members
Member News
Points of Interest
Employment Opportunities
AIA National 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

 

Alessi-Keyes Construction Co. 

 

Curtis H. Stout, Inc.

 

Dupont TyvekŪ

 

Glen Jones & Associates

 

Kinco Constructors, LLC

 

Long Sales Agency

 

Workplace Resource

of Little Rock

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Happy New Year!  We hope you enjoyed a wonderful holiday break. 

 

Last year, AIA Arkansas began putting out more frequent and concise newsletters and we will continue this endeavor in 2013.  We hope you find the contained information beneficial.

 

As always, 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 February 15th.

 

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Farewell 2012

A Message from the President

 Michael LeJong

I can't believe another year is over. Although, I'm anxious to hand over the AIA Arkansas reins to my good friend David McKee, I can't say, 'thank you' enough to all my friends and colleagues within our state. I've really enjoyed the last eight years on the Board of Directors and look to continue to serve you for years to come. AIA Arkansas has changed a lot over the years, especially since Brent Stevenson Associates has taken over as our management company. Brent, our Executive Director, Joie, Jackie, Alexis and Justin are always looking for ways to help improve our membership benefits and networking events. One predominant question I've been asked while being part of the board is 'What does AIA Arkansas do for me?' It's actually a great question because there are so many things that AIA Arkansas is involved in, it is difficult to list them all. I wanted to try to recap a few of the things that I think are important to me and hopefully to you as well...

 

AIA Arkansas Membership Benefits 

  • Members display "AIA" after their name. "AIA" communicates professionalism to clients and colleagues. The AIA is recognized by public audiences, which gives AIA Arkansas members the competitive advantage. It shows a commitment to the highest professional standards and practices.
  • AIA Arkansas coordinates Continuing Education Programs to help meet State Licensure and AIA requirements and expand the architectural knowledge base as changes in the profession occur.
  • Discounted registration fees for AIA Arkansas sponsored events.
  • AIA Arkansas newsletter keeps members informed of programs and activities in Arkansas, along with changes in the profession.
  • Advancing AIA Arkansas members' interest through lobbying efforts. AIA is the collective voice of the architectural profession, and as such makes sure the members' concerns and interests are heard by key decision makers at the federal, state and local levels.
  • AIA Arkansas Annual State Convention offers members a chance to attend a variety of continuing education programs and hear from nationally known speakers in the profession, as well as network and socialize with professional peers from across the state.
  • Annual AIA Arkansas Design Awards which recognize works of distinction by members and bring to public attention outstanding examples of architecture.
  • Access to a Membership Roster of AIA Arkansas members
  • Representation on the the State Board, commissions, councils and committees.
  • The AIA Arkansas web site (www.aiaar.org) keeps members informed of activities around the state.
  • Provided access to a vast array of professional resources and technical materials at the lowest cost available (ie. Legal Line)
  • A fully staffed office with responsibility of facilitating the flow of information to the membership and all AIA Arkansas activities. The staff answers all questions from the membership and facilitates the members' participation in AIA.

 AIA Arkansas Mission and Vision Statement

 

The mission of AIA Arkansas is to develop, promote and sustain the practice and practitioners of architecture in Arkansas.

 

The vision of AIA Arkansas is to enhance environments through design excellence to protect the health, safety and welfare of society.

 

AIA Arkansas Update

 

Financial Update- AIA Arkansas is financially stable with approximately half a year's operating budget in a savings/money market account with Stephens Inc. and a reasonably healthy amount in the general checking account. We have been able to maintain our percentage of retained earnings annually.  Our goal is always to maintain a balanced budget. We are looking to increase the 2013 budget by 6% above the 2012 budget.  This is mainly due to increased convention expenses and upgrading the AIA Arkansas website.

 

Legislative News- The AIA Arkansas PAC is alive and well, but our PAC fund is down to about $6,000. We just gave out around $10,000 in donations to several key members of both parties of the house and senate to help with 'debt reduction' of the campaigns that just took place. The Legislative Committee helped to identify these people based on experience and upcoming leadership within the AR Legislature. With the next year being a legislative session for Arkansas, AIA will be asking for your help to build our PAC funds back up. Our goal is to reach $30,000 in PAC donations, as a comparison the GC's Arkansas PAC monies total more that 1/4 million dollars.

 

Strategic Plan- AIA Arkansas will be evaluating the 2010-2012 strategic plan at our planning retreat this month. We will be looking at re-working some of the committee structures and outline goals and outcomes from the plan. The plan is a living document and is intended to be updated every 3-4 years. The plan can be viewed on the www.aiaar.org website. If you are interested in any of the committees please let me, any other member of the AIA Arkansas board or the executive staff know and we will be glad to get you plugged in.

 

A Few Miscellaneous Items...

 

State Board/Licensure- Reminder that 12 hours of HSW CEU are required for your state license renewal and is now reported on a calendar year - (ie. Jan 1 - Dec. 31, 2012 for 2013's renewal which is still due on July 31st). This went into effect last year and the board was very lenient, that may not be the case this year. Also, remember that AIA Arkansas only provides CEU; if you have any questions related directly to the licensure requirements, please contact the Arkansas State Board of Architects, Landscape Architects and Interior Designers.

 

Sustainable Design Credit Requirement Terminated - Recognizing that sustainable design practices have become a mainstream design intention in the architectural community, the National Board of Directors has voted to allow the sustainable design education requirement to sunset at the end of calendar year 2012. AIA members will no longer need to complete the sustainable design requirement to fulfill their AIA continuing education.  For 2013, AIA members are required to satisfy a minimum of 18 LUs per year. Of this total, 12 must meet the Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) criteria. 

 

Contract Documents- AIA Arkansas is now distributing AIA Contract Documents. A new line of sustainable contracts as well as small practitioner documents are available. In addition, this is a revenue stream for AIA Arkansas; we took in around $34,000 for related contract sales this past year. A portion of which is a prorata share from national contract sales related to Arkansas. We collected a little over $20,000 in 2011.

 

Last but not least...

 

Allied Membership Program - We receive about 1/3 of our budget from Allied membership dues. We rely greatly on all of these sponsors, regardless of level of sponsorship; Gold Ribbon Sponsors, Silver Ribbon Co-Sponsors, Blue Ribbon Partners or Basic Allied Members. Lists of all of these sponsors are available on the www.aiaar.org website. Be sure you thank all of the sponsors as they visit with your office or work on your projects throughout the year. 

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns about AIA Arkansas. It has been a pleasure serving as your state's component president this last year... although I'm looking forward to being a past president.

 

Happy 2013!!!

 

Michael Lejong, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
2012 AIA Arkansas President   

Membership Renewals are Due

 

AIA Architect and Associate Membership

Renewal due by January 15, 2013

 

Allied & Affiliate Membership

Renewal due by February 28th

(To be included in the Membership Directory)

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Associate/Emerging Professional News

 

Changes to NCARB for 2013

Here is a heads up on changes to NCARB for 2013.  Prometric will no longer be the testing center used by NCARB starting in July of 2013, so if you plan on testing next summer please review the changes.  There will be a blackout for testing from July 1st to the end of August.  Be aware, and plan your tests accordingly.  To view this information, please click here

  

Expanded Opportunities to Earn IDP Hours

More ways to earn IDP experience! NCARB has implemented a new opportunity-construction work-and modified the academic internship opportunity to remove the 930-hour cap. In the case of academic internships, the change is retroactive to April 5. Read More

 

New Video Series Helps Demystify Licensure Process

A new series of five short videos, Destination: Architect, maps out key licensure requirements and highlights what emerging professionals need to know. The video series can be found on the NCARB YouTube channel and on NCARB.org.

 

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Calendar of Events

 

January 15th - Architecture & Design Network Lecture

The Arkansas Children's Hospital - The New South Wing

Kent Taylor and David Berry

Lecture at the Clinton School of Public Service, Little Rock 

6:00pm

1 CEU

 

January 18th - Fair Housing, Design & Construction Training

Participants will be introduced to key aspects of the Fair Housing Act and ANSI design standards; applicable ADA requirements; an overview of federal and state fair housing laws; reasonable accommodations and modifications; and compliance. For more information click here.

7 HSW CEU 

 

February 8th - E-74 Non-Structural Mitigation Training

ADEM along with FEMA Region VI will be hosting E-74 Non-Structural Mitigation Training as an in-class option February 8th, 2013. Click here for more information. Contact Steve Sharp, P.E., ASCE Emergency Response Team at (501) 57-2467 if you have questions.

 

February 12th - Lunch and Lecture

Sponsored by Curtis Stout & HE Williams

Logical Lighting Solutions Program at studioMAIN, Little Rock

12:00pm

1 HSW CEU

 

February 12th - Architecture & Design Network Lecture

Small but Mighty, Changing the World One Installation at a Time

Reed Kroloff, Director of Cranbrook Academy

Lecture at the Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock

6:00pm

1 CEU

 

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

 

Architect & Associate Members

  • Julian Bickell, AIA - Lewis Architects Engineers
  • Michael Czajka, Assoc. AIA - Harrison French & Associates
  • Heather Lynn Davis, Assoc. AIA - Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects
  • Amber Ellett, AIA - University of Arkansas
  • Christopher Fowler, Assoc. AIA - Hight Jackson Associates
  • Matt Hoffmann, Assoc. AIA - David W. McKee Architect
  • Randall Hurban, Assoc. AIA - Crafton Tull and Associates
  • James H. Little, AIA - Little & Associates  Architects
  • Astine Reneberg, Assoc. AIA - BRR Architecture
  • Kenneth Roberts, AIA - Morris and Associates
  • Russell Rudzinski, AIA - Fay Jones School of Architecture 
  • Jeremiah Russell, Assoc. AIA - Ruby Architects
  • Williams Sheppard, AIA - French Architects, PA
  • Jason Smith, Assoc. AIA - Pat Kelly Magruder Architects AIA, PA

Allied Members

 

Carlisle Syn Tec

Jenks, OK

Mason Means

(918) 618-2655

mmeans@csl-materials.com

Basic Allied Member

 

Conference Technologies

Little Rock, AR

David Crook

(501) 375-2800

dcrook@conferencetech.com

Blue Ribbon Partner

 

Panel Specialists, Inc.

Temple, TX

Alan Farha

(254) 774-9800

afarha@panelspec.com

Basic Allied Member

 

Smart Vent Flood Vents

Pitman, NJ

Garret Tirpak

(877) 441-8368

gtirpak@smartvent.com

Blue Ribbon Partner

 

TEAM General Contracting LLC

Maumelle, AR

Jeremy Thompson

(501) 851-4442

jthompson@myteamgc.com

Basic Allied Member

MEMBER NEWS
Jeremiah Russell, Assoc. AIA
  

Additions to Ruby Architects Inc.

Ruby Architects Inc. announces the addition of Jeremiah Russell, Assoc. AIA, as Intern Architect.  Mr. Russell is from Jacksonville, FL and is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design.  In addition, Taylor Desens, CSI, CDT, has successfully completed her exam to become a Construction Documents Technologist.  She is a graduate of Arkansas Tech University.

 

 

Fay Jones School Twice Ranked No. 1 as 'Top Brand' of Architecture Education

The Fay Jones School of Architecture is twice ranked No. 1 in a national survey of "top brands" in architectural education, according to a survey conducted by the Design Futures Council. The results are published in the November/December 2012 issue of DesignIntelligence.

 

The Fay Jones School was included in this survey of the "top brands," a sampling of architecture school brand strengths based on surveys and interviews by DesignIntelligence editors. The school tied for No. 1 in the nation in the "Top for Regional Respect and Admiration" category, sharing that distinction with California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and the University of Oregon. The Fay Jones School also tied for No. 1 in the nation in the "Best Small School Design Program" category, sharing that with Rice University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  Read More

  

UA Reappoints Jeff Shannon to Lead Fay Jones School of Architecture

by Arkansas Business Staff

 

Jeff Shannon has been reappointed to a five-year term as dean of the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas, the school announced Wednesday.

 

Shannon has served as dean of the renowned Fay Jones School of Architecture since 2000.

 

"Jeff Shannon has done an excellent job, lately working under difficult conditions as Vol Walker Hall is renovated," said UA Provost Sharon Gaber. "But his enthusiasm for the Fay Jones School, his obvious love for its students and faculty, and his vision for its future are inspiring. I'm pleased he agreed to continue in this important leadership role."

 

Shannon also is the executive editor and founder of the publishing collaboration between the school and the University of Arkansas Press, which began in 2009, according to a press release.

 

Steve Ruth, President/CEO, Perkowitz+Ruth Architects

After 33 years of doing business in Long Beach, architectural design firm Perkowitz + Ruth is making some changes to position itself for continued success into the future - starting at the top.

 

Founding partner Steve Ruth is the firm's new president and CEO, taking the helm after founding partner Simon Perkowitz stepped down this month. As part of the firm's leadership transition plan, Perkowitz will continue to work behind the scenes on litigation support practice, business development and risk management. In addition, Associate Principal Brad Williams has been promoted to chief operating officer and Senior Principal Brian Wolfe was elected board secretary - both positions formerly held by Ruth. Read More

 

POINTS OF INTEREST
 

Southern Residential Book Opportunity

AIA Arkansas has been contacted by Ashley Rooney for assistance in her preparation for a book on Southern residential architecture for Schiffer Publishing to be published in 2014. It is intended for those people moving to our state who are looking into building a house.  This is not one of those books where people pay to get into.  It is a beautiful coffee table book that acts as a wonderful advertisement for the architects and their work.    Schiffer keeps its books in circulation for a long time. Rooney's initial books are still selling. You can find them on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. The newest is Contemporary Boston Architects.  If you are interested in participating, please contact her at earooney@rcn.com.

 

 

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art:  Special Exhibit

The second special exhibit departs the world of art to feature the breathtaking architecture and natural setting of Crystal Bridges'  building design. Moshe Safdie, The Path to Crystal Bridges runs October 13, 2012-January 28, 2013 and is sponsored by Nabholz Construction and Linbeck. The exhibit traces the fascinating design development of the museum by showcasing four of Safdie's earlier buildings whose architecture helped form Crystal Bridges. Click the image below for more information.

   

 

NEA Releases 'Our Town' Funding Guidelines

NEA has posted their guidelines and application materials for Our Town, the agency's primary creative place making grants program. Pending availability of funding, grants will range from $25,000 to $200,000.

Deadline January 14, 2013
  
envision LITTLE ROCK 2013 design competition
In celebration of the 100 year anniversary of John Nolan's 1913 "City in a Park" master plan for Little Rock, AR the Envision design competition seeks creative ideas for the establishment of an eastern terminus for Capitol Avenue that would also serve as an iconic gateway to the city. In 1913, Nolan saw Capitol Avenue as the ceremonial boulevard that would transect the gridded streets of downtown Little Rock, establishing a visual and physical connection between the Capitol building and the proposed Choctaw Depot to the east. This competition builds upon Nolan's ideas within a complex urban environment 100 years later.  Read More
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
 

Energy Modeling-Commissioning position

Viridian

Little Rock, AR

 

State Architect

Arkansas Building Authority

Design Review

Little Rock, AR

AIA NATIONAL NEWS LINKS

 

Architects and the Public Health Imperative

This fall, the American Institute of Architects announced a 10 year commitment to develop design and technology solutions for cities addressing public health, sustainability, and resiliency challenges. It's the kind of commitment that many AIA members have long sought: putting human and environmental health and wellness at the center of the architecture mission. That the announcement was made at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York, gave it cache; more than 1,000 global leaders gathered to address the theme of "Designing for Impact." Read More 

 

Sustainable design now comes with an added layer of protection.

 

New Sustainable Projects Documents let you design sustainably while helping shield your business from risk. The Industry Standard is now the green standard. Introducing AIA Contract Documents' all-new Sustainable Projects (SP) Documents, a coordinated set of documents and contracts for use on traditional A201 family design-bid-build projects. The new sustainability-focused contract documents help mitigate your professional risks by addressing the unique issues specific to green projects. AIA Contract Documents continue to be easy-to-use, widely accepted, and fair and balanced for all parties involved.  Learn more and view sample documents at www.aia.org/greendocs or call 800-242-3837.

 

Energy Modeling Guide is Now Available

The AIA's Energy Modeling Working Group recently released "An Architect's Guide to Integrating Energy Modeling in the Design Process." The guide is designed to demystify energy modeling in general but also provides tips and information that will help architects to better discuss energy modeling. Learn More.

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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

 

Alessi-Keyes Construction Co.

10623 Maumelle Blvd., North Little Rock, AR     72113

(501) 225-6699

Bob Butler

 

CR Crawford Construction

5274 N Crossover Rd., Springdale, AR 72764

(479) 251-1161

Richard Johnson, Scott Stokenburry

 

Glen Jones & Associates

107 Cherrybark Lane, Vicksburg, MS 39180

(601) 634-0877

Glen Jones, Lou Skeen 

 

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

 

Kinco Constructors

12600 Lawson Road, Little Rock, AR 72210

(501) 225-7606

William Fletcher, Andrew Mincks

   

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

 

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BLUE RIBBON PARTNERS

 

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

Danny Riemenschneider

 

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

 

Avallone Architectural Specialties

815 King Place

Shreveport, LA     71115

(318) 841-1279

Brian Shows

 

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

KellyWilson

 

CDI Contractors

3000 Cantrell Road

Little Rock, AR     72202

(501) 666-4300

LaceyHines

 

CertainTeed Corporation

105 B Dodson Terrace

Hot Springs, AR     71913

(501) 276-3509

John Johnson

 

Conference Technologies

1419 Westpark Drive, Suite B

Little Rock, AR     72201

(501) 375-2800

David Crook

 

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

Troy Thompson

 

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

 

Malmstrom-White, Co.

11617 Kanis Rd

Little Rock, AR     72211

(501) 224-2775

Jason Roach

 

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

 

Mid-Continental

Restoration Co., Inc.

401 E. Hudson Street

Fort Scott, KS     66701

(620) 223-9158

Mark Denton

 

 

Midwest Block & Brick

1601 Electric Avenue

Springdale, AR     72764

(479) 750-7887

Mike Ankrom

 

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.

109 N Arkansas Street

Rogers, AR     72756

(479) 631-7800

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

Larry Hammond

 

 

School & Office

Products of Arkansas

P.O. Box 26015

Little Rock, AR     72221

(501) 521-4424

Terry Greene

 

Sherwin-Williams Company

15484 College Blvd.

Lenexa, KS     66219

(913) 381-8633

Brook Nienstedt

 

Sika Sarnafil

1213 West Loop North, Ste 130

Houston, TX     77055

(713) 812-0102

Mark Stoll

 

Siplast

1000 E. Rochelle Blvd

Irving, TX   75062

(469) 995-2200

David Bell

 

Smart Vent Flood Vents

430 Andbro Dr. Unit 1

Pitman, NJ     8071

(877) 441-8368

Garrett Tirpak

 

Soprema

12251 Seaway Road

Gulfport, MS     39503

(228) 731-5659

Michael Johnson

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

AIAAR Red Grey
 

1020 W 4th Street, Suite 400

Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 661-1111 Phone

(501) 372-4505 Fax

info@aiaar.org

www.aiaar.org