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AIA Arkansas Newsletter                         TOP            May 2013
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"A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken."- James Dent


Summer has arrived and this year is passing quickly.  A lot has gone on in the past couple months.  Take a few minutes to read all about it.


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 July 15th.



Catching Up

A Message from the President  


It has been a while since I updated you all on what issues your AIA AR board has been involved in. No better time than now as the season changes, spring turns to summer, and vacation plans are upon us. I'll have to back up a few months to give you a more complete picture of what we've been up to.


Back in March a contingent from AIA AR traveled to Washington, D.C. to attend AIA Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference. A primary objective of this conference is to have face-to-face meetings with our elected officials. We were successful in meeting with both of our Senators and two of our four U. S. Representatives. Not bad considering the budget debate and voting that was ongoing. Issues discussed included tax relief for small businesses, student loans and alternate repayment options, federal government project procurement policies, and tax deferral for energy savings in commercial buildings. The legislators were all "good listeners" if not somewhat distracted.


The other objective of Grassroots is to allow those of us that have volunteered for leadership roles to become more knowledgeable about what AIA does to support the membership. The buzz was all about "repositioning" and its implementation. If you aren't familiar with the subject I would suggest taking a look at the AIA website. In a nutshell it's simply a restructuring to make AIA National more accountable for the membership.


Here in Northwest Arkansas the economy has picked up, the unemployment rate is inching down toward 5%, and the demands on infrastructure are telling. Southwestern Electric Power Company has submitted to the Arkansas Public Service Commission an application to construct a 45 mile long 345kV transmission line from just west of Bentonville to near Berryville. Several routes have been researched and proposed. One of these routes (91) passes within several hundred feet of Thorncrown Chapel and would be in full view of the sanctuary of the Thorncrown Worship Center. The AIA AR Executive Committee made the decision in early May to "intervene" in the application process in hopes of influencing the outcome. Basically other routes should be given priority because of the negative "aesthetic" impact on the Thorncrown experience. Thorncrown derives so much of its spiritual and architectural power from its natural setting. Fay Jones' great masterpiece would suffer greatly should that route be authorized. We will be filing written testimony and I will appear before the Commissioners at the hearing scheduled for late August.


The Convention planning for this year, October 10-12, is well underway. Having the convention this year in Rogers will give many of you a chance to catch up on what has been going on in NWA. The list of featured speakers is once again impressive. The Allied workshops and exhibition hall will educate and inform as always. Once again all the "extracurricular" activities are planned including a golf tournament, bike tour, and walking tour of Crystal Bridges and Vol Walker Hall. The number of submissions for the Design Awards is 50, so the competition is stiff! Look forward to seeing you all there.


All the best,

David McKee, AIA AR President





See Recognized as Educational Planner of the Year
Jack F. See, Jr., a partner with Wittenberg Delony & Davidson Inc. Architects, has been recognized as Educational Planner of the Year by the Southern Region of the Council for Educational Facility Planners International. See was recognized for his service on the Arkansas Educational Facilities Task Force. He will also be eligible for the International Planner of the Year award, which will be presented later this year.


Wilson named an Associate with BRR Architecture, Inc.
Dennis Wilson, AIA, has been named an Associate with BRR Architecture. Dennis has been with BRR for 12 years and previously worked as a program manager for one of BRR's national retail clients. Based out of BRR's regional office in Bentonville, Ark., Dennis manages a team of nine individuals and is responsible for maintaining client relationships, managing project schedules and budgets and ensuring quality service.


Congratulations to Walker and Duffy of SCM Architects
Mary Jean Walker and Cindy Duffy have both recently passed the Architect Registration Exam, becoming the 13th and 14th licensed architects at SCM Architects.

Mary Jean is a 2005 graduate of the University of Virginia and obtained her Master of Architecture from Virginia Tech in 2009.  Her recent work includes the Legacy Park Apartment development on the campus of Harding University and the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services office located in Hope.




Cindy earned her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame in 2009 with a concentration in furniture design.  Her recent work includes the Hotz Hall Renovation at the University of Arkansas and the First Security Amphitheatre at Little Rock's Riverfront Park.


Walker and Duffy both work from the firm's home office in Little Rock.

SCM Architects employs twenty-one people and has offices in Fayetteville and Little Rock.  The firm, founded in 1985, is led by Principals Mike Steelman, John Connell, Fred Moseley, and Brad Place.


Brandy Woods joins Hillyer Sales as Arkansas Associate
Hillyer Sales Architectural Products announces that they have added Brandy Wood as a sales associate to cover the state of Arkansas.  Brandy has over 12 years of experience in the architectural products community.  For the past 3 years she has been with 3form as their Arkansas territory specialist.  Her email is Brandy will live and work out of Little Rock.  Hillyer Sales is the manufacturers' representative for Construction Specialties, NanaWall, Dri-Design, and VMZinc. 


Three AIA Arkansas Members Win Design Awards
Three AIA Arkansas members were winners at the 2013 Fay Jones Alumni Design Awards, an alumni design contest sponsored by the Fay Jones School of Architecture.


Chris M. Baribeau, Timothy W. Maddox and John Harrison Jones were recognized for their work during the annual honors recognition reception and ceremony at the Arkansas Union, according to a news release.


Baribeau, a principal architect at modus studio in Fayetteville, won an Honor Award for his work with Eco Modern Flats.


Maddox, a principal architect at deMx architecture in Fayetteville, won an Honorable Mention for Round Mountain House in Fayetteville.


Jones, a principal architect at John Harris Jones Architect, won an Honorable Mention for Hillstone, a residence at Pickwick Lake, Tenn.


Entries for the competition came from alumni around the state as well as around the country.


Polk Stanley Wilcox Receives National IDEAS2 Award
We are pleased to announce that Polk Stanly Wilcox's project, the El Dorado Conference Center, has received a National IDEAS2 Award from the American Institute of Steel Construction. Their design was one of only four projects to receive the top award nationally.


BRR named No. 1 Retail Design Firm
BRR was recently named the No. 1 retail design firm in the May issue of Architectural Record! The recently published retail market report listed the 'Top 5 Design Firms' based on the number of retail construction starts from 1/2011 through 2/2013.

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Davis and Kuhn Elected to the Board of Directors at Cromwell Architects Engineers
Daryl Davis and Todd Kuhn have been elected to the board of directors of Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock. Davis, retired from the U.S. Navy, serves as the firm's business manager and has been with the company since 2005. Kuhn, who has been with Cromwell since 1994, is a senior engineer and serves as director of energy services.




Gulf States Reception - AIA National Convention in Denver

Friday, June 21st, 6 - 8:30 p.m.

Hyatt Regency Denver, Centennial Ballroom "E"

650 15th Street, Denver 80202, 303-486-4460


Reasons to attend:

  • To celebrate our seven (7) new Fellows and see them receive a surprise
  • To celebrate our 2013 Gulf States Honor Award recipients; see their work and hear jury comments
  • To celebrate with your peers another year of outstanding leadership from the Gulf States region
  • To see what culinary delights we'll have prepared for your enjoyment


Central Section

Jun 11      Evolution of Standing Seam Metal Roofing, studioMAIN

Jul 9          Eat & Educate, studioMAIN

Aug 13      Eat & Educate, studioMAIN

Sep 10      Eat & Educate, studioMAIN

Oct 8         Eat & Educate, studioMAIN

Nov 12      Eat & Educate, studioMAIN

Dec 10      Eat & Educate, studioMAIN

Fort Smith Section

Aug 6         Acme Brick Company: Architectural Brick Detailing

                   UAFS Boreham Conference Center

Sep 25       Meeks Design Center: Integral Moisture Resistant

                   Sheathing, UAFS Boreham Conference Center

Nov 7         Sherwin-Williams: General Polymer Floor Coatings

                   UAFS Boreham Conference Center


Northwest Section

Jun 20        Eat & Educate, TX Land & Cattle, Rogers

Sep 19       Masonry Thermal Performance, TX Land & Cattle, Rogers



Jun 14        Creative Corridor Studio                                              

Jul 12         2D / 3D Arts                                                                       

Aug 9         PopUp Public Workshop                                              

Sep 13       Envision Competition Finalists                   

Oct 11       Bikes Rails + Trails                                                           

Nov 8         Arkansas Design Awards                                              

Dec 13       John Nolen 100 YR




Architect & Associate Members

  • Beven Brawner, AIA: Hight-Jackson & Associates, P.A.
  • William Burks, Assoc. AIA: Marlon Blackwell, Architect
  • David Jaehning, Assoc. AIA: Marlon Blackwell, Architect
  • Brad Payne, Assoc. AIA: Marlon Blackwell, Architect
  • Steve Reyenga, Assoc. AIA: Marlon Blackwell, Architect



Allied Members


     CE Academy Inc. (Ron Blank & Associates)

     San Antonio, TX

     Becky Garteiser

     (800) 248-6364

     Basic Allied Member


     Massey Construction LLC

     Mabelvale, AR

     Kara White

     (501) 224-0000

     Blue Ribbon Partner


     Related Product Sales (RPS)

     Little Rock, AR

     Chris Little

     (501) 993-5873

     Blue Ribbon Partner

Fort Smith Section, AIA Associates Participate in the City of Good Neighbors Program
Every year, the AIA Arkansas Emerging Professionals Committee asks each section to come up with a section event that intern architects can participate.  The event is typically volunteer-based, with emphasis on community outreach.

This year, the Emerging Professionals Committee - Fort Smith Section will be participating in the City of Good Neighbors Program.  The program was first adopted in Fort Smith in 2002, and is managed by the City of Fort Smith Planning Department.  The program was first established to help those within the community who were not able comply with property maintenance codes due to disabilities or financial hardships.  As volunteers, we would go to those homes that had either contacted the city or were cited by the city and target areas that need to be updated to city standards.  Volunteer projects are typically exterior based and include painting, yard cleanup, graffiti removal and minor repair work.  Our mission as volunteers is not only to protect the life, safety & welfare of our citizens, but also to beautify the city and its neighborhoods, making it a place that people will be proud to live. 


The Fort Smith section will begin working on the City of Good Neighbors program volunteer projects in early summer 2013.  AIA Arkansas Emerging Professionals will be visibly recognized by t-shirts designed specifically for this and other volunteer events.


Michael Ermann Building Systems Exam Prep 
AIA New Orleans is hosting the Michael Ermann Building Systems Exam Prep from June 7 through June 9, 2013.  The class is designed to prepare those intending to take the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) Building Systems section. The seminar is comprehensive, and it is expected that with some reading, most participants will be ready to take the exam itself within two weeks of the course. In addition to base content, the program includes a group session dedicated to practicing the vignette, individual practice vignette grading, and the instructor's study guide, ARE Building Systems Study Guide and Practice Exam: The Amber Book.
The following link will direct you to the event page at the AIA New Orleans web site for more information as well as a link to register.  AIA members receive a discount and Early Bird Registration prices are still in effect. Seating is limited.


AIA Emerging Professional Survey Finding
The Internship Report, the second in a special series of publications from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), shares findings from the most comprehensive practice analysis ever undertaken for the architecture profession. The report presents data and key insights that will allow the Council to undertake a fresh and comprehensive review of how architectural internship serves as an important bridge connecting education with licensure.  Use the link to view the findings of NCARB's recent intern survey. 


Call for Educational Proposals - AIA National Convention 2014 CES logo
Now is the time for architects to embrace change and be leaders for change. Architects are poised to seize the moment to design for a preferred future, and to recognize that change is permeating throughout the profession, in positive ways small and large. Change-both collectively as a profession and individually as architects-is essential in three critical areas: culture, community, and commitment.


If you are interested in being a presenter, click here to find out how.


Canstruction in NWA

Frisco Station Mall along with BRR Architecture is excited to begin planning a very unique event for our community called "Canstruction". This is a design and sculpture event to spread the awareness of hunger in our community.  Corporations, Architectural firms, engineering firms as well as construction companies are invited to enter a design sculpture, and help in a very exciting community event.


For more information or to register for this event click here.


Help Recognize Outstanding Achievements in Architecture
The American Institute of Architects is currently accepting nominations for the 2014 Gold Medal and the 2014 Architecture Firm Award. Each year, these honors recognize outstanding contributions to the architecture profession by an individual and by a firm.


We truly value your input and encourage your participation. Please consider putting forth a nomination for an architect, a firm, or both.

Find out more by clicking here




AIA Arkansas Receives Award from AIA National

AIA Arkansas was recognized at the AIA Grassroots Leadership & Legislative Conference as a recipient in the Membership: Outstanding Single Program category. We were recognized for our Milestone Presentation to newly licensed architects as they meet a "milestone" in their architectural career.



AIA Arkansas's Endowment Funds Several Scholarships
Below is a list of the 2013 recipients of the following awards/scholarships.

  • Joseph Weishaar - National AIA Certificate of Achievement
  • Juan Martinez - William M. Evans Memorial Scholarship
  • Laurence McMahon - National AIA Henry Adams Medal
  • Colby Ritter - E. Fay Jones Travel Award
  • Colby Ritter - Wittenberg Deloney & Davidson Memorial Scholarship
  • Nick Jabs - Sid Frier Scholarship
  • Nick Jabs - Howard S. Eichenbaum, Frank J. Erhart Memorial Scholarship
  • Katherine Dombek - Ernest N. Pettit, Jr. Memorial Scholarship


Art in Architecture: Historic Homes of Conway
Winners announced
The Faulkner County Historical Society and the Old Conway Preservation Society announced the winners of the 2012-13 Art in Architecture: Historic Homes of Conway student art competition.  


The original artwork will be on display at the Conway City Hall where it will be on exhibit from May 20-Sept. 30. The City Hall Exhibit is free and open to the public.
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Project Architect

MAHG Architecture, established in 1934, is a growing and highly collaborative design firm located in Fort Smith.  Work encompasses award-winning sustainable projects, college & university, medical and civic projects.  We are currently seeking a full-time Project Architect to join our team. More Details




Arkansas Legislature Passes PACE Financing Legislation
By Zachary Hart, Manager, AIA State Relations

The Arkansas House voted in favor of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) enabling legislation. The bill, SB 640, had already passed the Arkansas Senate and now awaits Governor Beebe's (D) signature to become law. The bill allows local jurisdictions to set up PACE financing districts in which non-residential building owners can access low-interest financing to cover 100% of the upfront costs of an energy improvement to their property. The money is paid back through a voluntary tax assessment placed on the property, and the assessment payments are calculated to be less than the estimated monthly energy savings the property owner will receive from the improvement. Crucially, PACE creates a safe investment vehicle for private investors looking to finance energy efficiency projects.


With passage of SB 640, Arkansas will become the 28th state to enable PACE financing. Retrofitting existing buildings for energy efficiency represents one of the most promising opportunities for architects. Potentially worth hundreds of billions of dollars, energy retrofits would be a new line of service for most architecture firms. With the rapid spread of PACE legislation and PACE programs, architects have an opportunity to position themselves to offer the energy retrofits that investors are looking to finance.


ABI Drops Below 50
After eight straight monthly gains in design activity, revenue at architecture firms fell in April. The ABI's seasonally adjusted reading for the month was 48.6, falling from 51.9 in March and 54.9 in February.
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Shannon Announces End of 13-Year Stint as Dean of the Fay Jones School of Architecture
Jeff Shannon, dean of the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas, has announced that he will resign as dean on May 15. Shannon has decided to return to his first love of teaching, as he approaches the successful culmination of the Vol Walker Hall renovation and Steven L. Anderson Design Center addition, which will house the Fay Jones School of Architecture.
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Architecture Professor Jerry Wall Retires After 40 Years
Jerry Wall, the longest-serving current faculty member in the Fay Jones School of Architecture, plans to retire at the end of this academic year. 


Having influenced thousands of students, Wall finishes up 40 years of teaching both core curriculum and elective courses. Every student who went through the architecture program in the past four decades has been educated by Wall.
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Landscape Architecture Professor John Crone Retires After 33 Years
John Crone had worked in locations around the world - New Zealand and London, among them - and wasn't looking for a teaching job. Yet, he landed in Fayetteville, got a guest teaching position in the landscape architecture department at the University of Arkansas and continued to teach for another 33 years.


The longest-serving landscape architecture faculty member in the Fay Jones School of Architecture, Crone will retire at the end of this academic year.
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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


Curtis H. Stout, Inc.CurtisStout

2400 Cantrell Rd. #100, Little Rock, AR 72202

 (501) 374-6694

Melissa Stickford, Andy McMahan, Becky Major



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





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 


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


McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc.

PO Box 34087 / 9090 West Markham, Little Rock, AR 72203

(501) 371-0272

Dan Beranek


Workplace Resource of Little Rock

409 East 3rd Street, Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 244-9696

Randy King, Jenny Harper






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 Solutions

2341 East 8th Street

North Little Rock, AR     72114

(501) 945-5522

Scott Cooper


Arkansas Business Publishing Group

122 East Second

Little Rock, AR     72201

(501) 372-1443

Rachel Bradberry


Ash Grove Packaging

10809 Executive Center Drive Suite 321

Little Rock, AR     72211

(501) 224-3372

David May



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 Co.

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 Wilson


CDI Contractors

3000 Cantrell Road

Little Rock, AR     72202

(501) 666-4300

Lacey Hines


CertainTeed Corporation

2907 Sweetgrass Drive

Little Rock, AR     72211

(501) 400-5127

John Johnson


Conference Technologies

1419 Westpark Drive, Suite B

Little Rock, AR     72201

(501) 375-2800

David Crook


CPI Daylighting Inc.

28662 North Ballard Drive

Lake Forest, IL     60045

(847) 816-1060

Yossi Vinograd


DFI Architectural Signs Inc.

219 West 7th

North Little Rock, AR     72114

(501) 372-8881

Charles Aitkens


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



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 St., Ste. 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


Inside Effects LLC

PO Box 31179

Little Rock, AR     72260

(501) 954-8866

Kris Knoedl


J.D. Day & Company

6701 W 64th Street, Suite 221

Overland Park, KS     66202

(913) 722-3213

Jim Day


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


Massey Construction LLC

PO Box 1034

Mabelvale, AR     72103

(501) 224-0000

Kara White


McGraw-Hill Construction-Dodge Div.

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


Meeks Lumber & Design Center

PO Box 6160

Springdale, AR     72766

(479) 236-7780

Herb Rimel


Mid-Continental Restoration Co.

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


Neenah Foundry

16401 Chenal Valley Drive - Apt 8306

Little Rock, AR     72223

(800) 619-6756

Pat Risley


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

821 W Wilshire Blvd

Oklahoma City, OK     73116

(405) 463-0505

Ryan McCaslin


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


Related Product Sales (RPS)

405 Shall Avenue

Little Rock, AR     72202

(501) 993-5873

Chris Little


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



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



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) 452-9492

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


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