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AIA Arkansas Newsletter                         TOP                  April 2014
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Member News
Calendar of Events
Welcome New Members
Associcates/Emerging Professionals News
Points of Interest
Opportunity Knocks
Employment Opportunities
Advocacy Issues
AIA National News
Gold Ribbon Sponsors
Silver Ribbon Co-Sponsors
Blue Ribbon Partners

Gold Ribbon Sponsors

Acme Brick Company


BancorpSouth Insurance Services, Inc.


Curtis H. Stout, Inc.


Innerplan Office Interiors


Nabholz Construction Corporation


Sourthern Reprographics, Inc.


Today's Office Inc.

Silver Ribbon



Alessi-Keyes Construction Co. 


CR Crawford Consturction


Dupont Tyvek


Glen Jones & Associates


Kinco Constructors, LLC


Long Sales Agency


McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc.


Porter Lighting & Controls


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Spring is upon us and fresh, new  things are appearing everywhere. Thinking of Spring as a time of new beginnings, we would like to introduce the new beginning of the AIA Arkansas website.  We hope that you enjoy our new, user-friendly, design-driven website.  Use the link above to take a look now.


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 April 25th.



Democracy at Work

A Message from the President


As I type this, a sizable contingent of your AIA Board is en route to Washington D.C. for the AIA Grassroots Conference. Held annually, representatives from every chapter across the country convene in the nation's capital to discuss issues relevant to our profession, followed by a day on Capitol Hill to meet with our respective representatives to discuss those issues that are important to each of us as architects.  

The national AIA identified three primary issues to promote on Capitol Hill: First, extend the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Tax Deduction (179D). Second, improve government procurement methods for federal projects. Third, invest in the next generation of leaders by extending debt relief to recent graduates in exchange for work in underprivileged areas.

This is democracy at work, promoting issues that are important to you as a professional, and represents one of the most relevant and valuable benefits of your AIA membership. Thank you for allowing us to represent you in Washington, D.C. If you'd like more detailed information on AIA Grassroots and the issues we presented, please visit

Another exciting development is the roll-out of our new chapter website. A dedicated committee of volunteers, including Chris East AIA, Wayne Hardy AIA, Randy Palculict AIA, and James Meyer, Assoc. AIA has been hard at work alongside Joie in creating an intuitive, easily navigable site that provides the information most relevant to our chapter in a beautiful new format. Having previewed the site, I trust you will agree they've done an exceptional job!   

Wesley Walls, AIA
2014 President




Reese Rowland Elevated to Fellowship 

AIA Arkansas would like to recognize Reese Rowland, FAIA, for reaching another milestone in his career with his recent elevation to Fellowship status with The American Institute of Architects. The Fellowship program was developed to elevate those architects who have made a significant contribution to architecture and society and who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. Election to fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of architects as individuals, but also their significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level.

The 2014 Jury of Fellows from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated 139 AIA members to its prestigious College of Fellows. Out of a total AIA membership of over 80,000 there are over 3,000 members distinguished with this honor.

Reese and the other 2014 Fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony at the 2014 National AIA Convention.


SCM Architects Announces New Principal 

SCM Architects of Little Rock has announced that Jonathan Nichols, AIA has become a Principal, joining founder Mike Steelman along with John Connell, Fred Moseley, Brad Place, and Ken Amburgy, Jr.
Nichols was previously a firm Associate at SCM.

Warren native Jonathan Nichols is a graduate of the School of Architecture at Louisiana Tech University (B. Arch. '02). Nichols joined SCM Architects in 2007 and has recently worked on the George H. Clippert Annex and Renovations to the Chamberlin Center for the School of Forest Resources at the University of Arkansas Monticello, the Grand Prairie Center at Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas, and the New Dining Hall at Henderson State University. Jonathan is also a key director for the firm's banking projects throughout the state.

Read More about Jonathan


ACE Glass partners with Total Door Systems 

ACE Glass is proud to announce their partnership with Total Door Systems as the new Arkansas Representative and Distributor

Total Door manufactures commercial door systems for healthcare, education, government, office, retail, hotels and other industries. Our unique approach makes every Total Door system a superior product. We create complete, opening-ready door solutions from components that are engineered to work as a unified whole. Everything-from lites to hinges to locking mechanisms-is designed to be the best possible answer to a specific need. It all results in fewer moving parts, reduced maintenance costs, simpler installation, unbeatable reliability, unmatched security, and lower up-front costs.

Please Contact Chris Little with any requests for CEU presentations or product updates.


Architect David Sargent on Heartbreaking Design Trends, Favorite Projects 

by Arkansas Business Staff  


David Sargent joined WER in 1986 and was named CEO in 2006. Many of his projects have received design awards, including a National AIA Design Award for the Clinton Presidential Center, which WER was a part of the local team. In addition to leading the firm's overall design, Sargent mentors younger staff members and builds on client and industry relationships. Sargent is a member of the American Institute of Architects and has his LEED AP credential from the U.S. Green Building Council.


WER projects include the Richard Sheppard Arnold United States Courthouse, the Episcopal Collegiate Campus, the Jack Stephens Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the Southwest Power Pool Corporate Campus.


David answers the following questions:

  • Design, like most things, goes through trends. What was or is the most unfortunate, in your view, design trend?
  • How has the job market for architects changed since the Great Recession?
  • What have been some of your favorite projects, either that you personally worked on or from the firm overall?
  • What are some of the top trends that you're seeing in the architecture marketplace?
  • Is there a building design feature that everyone wants now?

Read David's answers here.


In Office CEU by Midwest Block and Brick

For the remainder of the 2014 year, Midwest Block and Brick, with the NWA AIA, is offering firms in the Northwest Arkansas area the opportunity to schedule AIA Continuing Education courses at their offices.  Each presentation is one hour in length and carries 1 LU.

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April 17th @ 12pm
Eat and Educate
Sustainable Design in Steel Integrated Door Systems
Presented by Ace Glass
Lunch Provided
1423 South Main Street
RSVP to Jonathan Opitz

April 17th @ 5pm (REPEAT) 
If you're not able to attend the lunch version, catch the 5pm show!
Eat and Education
Sustainable Design in Steel Integrated Door Systems
Presented by Ace Glass
Food & Beverages Provided
Ace Glass
405 Shall Ave
Little Rock, AR 72202
(across from Heifer International building).

April 29th @ 5:30pm
ADN Lecture
Arkansas Art Center
Steve Weisenthal, AIA, FAIA, Associate Vice President for Facilities and University Architect, University of Chicago.

May 2nd @ 12:00pm

3rd Annual AIA Arkansas NWA Bowling Tournament

Fast Lane

Lowell, AR


May 13th @ 12:00pm
Eat and Educate
Lecture provided by Acme Brick

May 20th @ 5:30pm
ADN Lecture
Peter Bohlin, AIA, FAIA
2010 AIA Gold Medal Recipient
Principal at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Ron Robinson Theater

June 26th @ 8:00am
25th AIA AR Central Section Golf Tournament
Sponsored by Innerplan Office Interiors
Maumelle Country Club
4-Man Scramble
$300 per team
Click the link to access the registration form. 




Architect & Associate Members 

Click the company's name to access their contact information.  


Allied Members

Click the company's name to access their contact information.








2014 Emerging Professionals Summit

In January, the AIA hosted the 2014 Emerging Professionals Summit in Albuquerque. The event brought together thought leaders from across the profession to address how practice culture can be shaped to prepare current and future architects for their role in society. Learn more about what happened at the summit and watch the video.


NCARB Launches Blog for Aspiring Architects
We're thrilled to announce the launch of NCARB Blog , a social hub where emerging professionals, educators, and practitioners can come together to explore industry trends. Updated weekly, NCARB Blog is your destination for the latest news about licensure, innovations in education, cutting-edge technology, and more-from people like you.
In addition to updates about the National Council of Architectural Registration Board's (NCARB) programs and initiatives, the blog will feature guest posts from industry experts and emerging professionals. Through our online community, readers will have access to exclusive videos, photo galleries, and interviews. Plus, you'll find tips and insight you can't get anywhere else.

In the coming months, we have an impressive lineup of guest bloggers who will touch on everything from diversity in the profession, to budgeting for the Architect Registration ExaminationŽ (AREŽ), to navigating the Intern Development Program (IDP).
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to explore the NCARB Blog-just one of the many resources we've developed to help aspiring architects achieve their career goals over the last few years. Check back often for your weekly dose of architectural-related news, inspiration, and conversation.
If you're interested in becoming a guest blogger for NCARB, please contact us at and review our Blog Guidelines.


AIA Contract Documents Study Materials Available to Interns and A.R.E. Candidates

Interns and candidates for the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) can and should use AIA Contract Documents as study materials for the Construction Documents and Services division of the ARE. Free sample documents are now available on the Emerging Professional's Companion website. (look towards the bottom of the page)  



Cool Spaces! Premieres on PBS in April

A new AIA-backed television program shows the public what architecture is all about.
If you've ever turned on the TV and wondered why the gap between home "designer" and "architect" seems entirely misunderstood and mostly impenetrable, there's a new show on PBS beginning this month for you that puts the architect front and center.

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"The Missing 32%"

A calculation based on this observation: if 50% of architecture students are women, why are only 18% of licensed architects women?
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Fay Jones School Partners With Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Students, faculty to design pavilion, document Wright house
Fay Jones School of Architecture students and faculty have a unique opportunity to be involved with the public display of a 60-year-old house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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What: 2014 Sandwiching In History Tours

Where: Historic sites around central Arkansas
When: Fridays from noon until 1:00pm
Who: Free and open to the public
Click here to see a listing of tours.

What: 2014 Walk Through History Tours

Where: Historic sites around Arkansas
When: Saturdays from 11:00am until 1:00pm
Who: Free and open to the public
Click here to see a listing of tours.  



Want to Attend the National Convention for Free?

Interested AIA members are encouraged to sign up for volunteer opportunities at the AIA Convention 2014 in Chicago. Members who commit to at least four (4) time slots will receive complimentary full registration to the Convention. Signup Here
AIA Convention 2014: June 26-28   

Call for Nominations for 2014

2014 Best of the South Award
The Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians seeks nominations for the Best of the South: Preserving Southern Architecture Award. 

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Design Opportunities

AIA Arkansas has been working with the National Building News Service to bring you Requests for Proposals (RFP's) on buildings and renovations under consideration. Each project represents an opportunity to be involved in design, construction or management at the earliest phase. This publication will be provided to you on a monthly basis on the AIA Arkansas website under News+Events>Oppotunity Knocks. We hope you find this resource beneficial.  


Architects Challenge Showdown

Marvin is excited to announce the return of the prestigious Architects Challenge. We are looking for your best work that displays architectural creativity and features Marvin Windows and Doors.
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2014 Brick in Architecture Awards Announce Call-For-Entries

Get the national recognition you deserve for your breakthrough projects

The Brick Industry Association is pleased to announce a call-for-entries for the 2014 Brick in Architecture Awards (view full press release), and we cordially invite you to submit your best work to the competition! As the largest and most prestigious juried awards program of its kind, the Brick in Architecture Awards showcase the best work in clay face and paving brick from architects across the country in the several categories.

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Call for Project Tours

The Northwest Arkansas Section would like to invite ALL architects, landscape architects and interior designers in the area to submit their local projects for CEU tours.  Projects under construction or completed in the last year would be preferable.  These can be residences, commercial projects or landscape installations. One project will be selected per month to be toured by AIA, ASID or ASLA members.  Images and information about the projects will be featured on the NWA AIA website.


Please submit all entries to with the subject title 'project tours.'


We look forward to hearing about everyone's projects! 




JAMESON Architects PA, a 5 person firm in Little Rock, is currently accepting resumes for an intern architect/architect position, ideally with 2-5 years' experience. Applicants should have a defined interest in historic preservation related practice - restoration, rehabilitation and adaptive reuse projects - and Revit experience. Please respond with resume or questions to Tommy Jameson.

With a salary range of $57,982.00-$90,344.00 per year, Little Rock District Corps of Engineers is recruiting for a Cost Engineer with a duty assignment in General Engineering Section at the Federal Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. This position performs construction cost estimating services on a wide variety of civil and military projects. Mechanical or Electrical Engineering a plus. You can locate the announcement here. The External vacancy announcement number is SWHB149131101072472D. All applicants must self-nominate through this website, which provides information on who can apply, major duties, qualifications, required documentation and how to submit your application. Applications must be submitted by 4-April-2014. For questions call 501-324-5271.

With a salary range of $57,982.00-$90,344.00 per year, Little Rock District Corps of Engineers is recruiting for a Cost Estimator with a duty assignment in General Engineering Section at the Federal Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. This position performs construction cost estimating services on a wide variety of civil and military projects. You can locate the announcement here. The External vacancy announcement number is SWHB149131171067695D. All applicants must self-nominate through this website, which provides information on who can apply, major duties, qualifications, required documentation and how to submit your application. Applications must be submitted by 4-April-2014. For questions call 501-324-5271.

Project /Design Architect
Little Rock Architectural Design Firm is hiring a Project/Design Architect. Requirements include Bachelor's degree in Architecture, licensed or actively pursuing an Architects license, 5-10 years' experience in commercial building design and production, proficient in Revit and AutoCAD, excellent design and communication skills. Applicant must be detail oriented, possess strong work ethics and leadership skills, work efficiently in a team environment, and have experience working with clients. The firm provides competitive wages, excellent benefits package, 38 hour workweek and opportunities in professional growth and career advancement. Professional organization accreditations and membership, community and civic involvement are a plus. EOE. Send resume to WD&D

Architect/Production Specialist
Little Rock Architectural Design Firm is hiring an Architect/Production Specialist. Requirements include Bachelor's degree in Architecture preferred but not required, 3-5 years' experience in commercial building production, proficient in Revit and AutoCAD. Must be detail oriented and able to work in a team/studio environment, possess strong work ethics and work efficiently with minimal supervision. The firm provides competitive wages, excellent benefits package, 38 hour. Professional organization accreditations and membership, community and civic involvement are a plus. EOE. Send resume to WD&D.

Sr. Project Manager
SmithGroupJJR is an international idea-oriented design firm that is committed to creating inspiring places that enrich the human spirit. We believe extraordinary environments are created when the design process is based on the principles of exploration, experimentation, innovation, research, and collaboration. Our expertise in providing thoughtful and innovative solutions keeps SmithGroupJJR as one of the foremost architectural, engineering, interiors and planning firms in the world. According to the 2013 Building Design + Construction magazine "Giants" ranking, SmithGroupJJR is the 9th largest architecture/engineering firm in the U.S.

The Dallas office of SmithGroupJJR is currently accepting applications for a Sr. Project Manager.  Click here to find out more about this position.

Architects Laud Introduction of Bipartisan National Design Services Act As Way to Cut Spiraling Student Loan Debt 
AIA and AIAS Commit to Making Bill Reality; Enlist Help of Architecture Student Community Nationwide

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) today committed to timely passage of the National Design Services Act (NDSA), which will give architecture students the same relief from crushing student loan debt, already granted to young lawyers, doctors and others - in return for community service. The bipartisan legislation, H.R. 4205, was introduced Tuesday by Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) and co-sponsored by Rep. Greg Meeks (D-NY), Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI) and Rep. Dennis Ross (R-FL) 
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What Reforming the Federal Tax Code Could Mean for Architects 
By Andrew Goldberg, Assoc. AIA
Managing Director, Government Relations and Outreach

It's not every day that a 970-page treatise filled with terms like "carried interest" and "accelerated depreciation" generates a lot of buzz.

But when said treatise is a proposal to revamp the nation's tax code - and it comes from the chairman of a key congressional committee - it's bound to make waves. That's what happened last week when Rep. Dave Camp (R-MI), Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, released his long-awaited plan to reform the U.S. tax code for the first time in more than 25 years. 


Architecture Firm Billings Increase Modestly in February
While other sectors are stuck in stasis, housing starts are set to accelerate
By Jennifer Riskus
Manager, Economic Research

Architecture firm billings continued to increase at a modest pace in February, with an Architecture Billings Index score of 50.7 (any score over 50 indicates billings growth). Slightly more firms reported improving conditions in February than in January, but overall, billings growth remains sluggish. Inquiries into new work also increased in February, as did the value of new signed design contracts, following a minimal decline in the value of new design contracts in January.
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AIA Contract Documents Price Increase
As of March 1, paper document prices reflect 2014 suggested retail prices. See this link for the new prices.



Acme Brick Companyacme

10921 Maumelle Blvd., North Little Rock, AR 72113

(501) 812-5574

Mike Anderson, Bryce Switzer, Kelley Atkins


BancorpSouth Insurance ServicesBancorpSouth

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

(501) 664-7705

Ken Estes, Alfred Williams, James Clark


Curtis H. Stout, Inc.CurtisStout

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

 (501) 374-6694

Melissa Stickford, Andy McMahan, Becky Major


Innerplan Office InteriorsInnerplan

7001 Innerplan Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72113

(501) 371-0300

Roger McMennamy, Tim McMennamy, Mark Phillips


Nabholz Construction CorporationNabholz

PB Box 2090, Conway, AR 72033

(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


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, James Alessi


CR Crawford Construction

1102 S Happy Hollow Rd., Fayetteville, AR 72701

(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

PO Box 543154, Dallas, TX 75354

(501) 804-7889

Mark Edds


Kinco Constructors

12600 Lawson Road, Little Rock, AR 72210

(501) 225-7606

Rob Hileman, Marc Dillard


Long Sales Agency

914 Barber, Little Rock, AR 72202

(501) 374-3088

Randall Long, Mandy Green


McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc.

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

(501) 371-0272

Dan Beranek, Tim Brockway


Porter Lighting & Controls

6001 Murray St., Little Rock, AR 72209

(501) 570-8170

Megan Gardisser, Phillip Phelps  





Arkansas Automatic Sprinkler 

& United Fire Suppression

185 Arena Road

Cabot, AR72023

(501) 843-9392

Sandi  Ake


Arkansas Sun Control

5301 Warden Road,  Suite H2

North Little Rock, AR72116

(501) 240-9683

JP   Stalpers



Big Ass Solutions

2348 Innovation Road

Lexington, KY40511

(859) 967-0502

Tess  Simon


CFS Green Homes

PO Box 270

Monticello, AR71657

(870) 367-3214

John  Bargh


Fleetwood Windows & Doors

1 Fleetwood Way

Corona, CA92879

(800) 736-7363

Mark  Lanigan



6 Hethwood

Little Rock, AR72210

(501) 519-9806

Karen  Williams


All-Storage Products, Inc.

PO Box 22266

Little Rock, AR72221

(501) 666-8600

Tom  Garner


Antique Brick & Block

1609 E. 9th Street

Little Rock, AR72202

(501) 375-0060

Jason  Garner


Archway Graphic Designs

1202 Business Park Dr.

Little Rock, AR72204

(501) 224-0227

Teresa  Baker



Arkansas Business Publishing Group

122 East Second

Little Rock, AR72201

(501) 372-1443

Rachel  Bradbury


Arkansas Wall Systems, LLC

2341 East 8th Street

North Little Rock, AR72114

(501) 945-5522

Jeff  Hyde



Ash Grove Packaging

10809 Executive Center Drive 

Suite 321

Little Rock, AR72211

(501) 224-3372

David  May



PO Box 16235

Little Rock, AR72231

(501) 372-2373

John  Kerr


B+B Specialty Contractors, Inc.

PO Box 242915

Little Rock, AR72223

(501) 837-2663

Laurence  Hammond

Baldwin & Shell 

Construction Company

PO Box 1750

Little Rock, AR72203

(501) 374-8677

Douglas  Henson

Beshears Construction

PO Box 6299

Fort Smith, AR72906

(479) 646-0846

Kelly  Wilson



CDI Contractors

3000 Cantrell Road

Little Rock, AR72202

(501) 666-4300

Dwayne  Wilson



CertainTeed Corporation

2907 Sweetgrass Drive

Little Rock, AR72211

(501) 400-5127

John  Johnson


Clark Contractors

15825 Cantrell Road / PO Box 17361

Little Rock, AR72222

(501) 868-3133

Christina  Lusk

Conference Technologies

1419 Westpark Drive, Suite B

Little Rock, AR72201

(501) 375-2800

David  Crook



CPI Daylighting Inc.

28662 North Ballard Drive

Lake Forest, IL60045

(847) 816-1060

Michael  Lair



CSL Materials, LLC

9410 S. Elwood Avenue

Suite 111

Jenks, OK74037

(918) 618-2655

Mason  Means


DFI Architectural Signs Inc.

219 West 7th

North Little Rock, AR72114

(501) 372-8881

Charles  Aitkens


DSC Cabinets

9812 Interstate 30

Little Rock, AR72209

(501) 568-4444

Kayla  Cooper


Duro-Last Roofing, Inc

525 Morley Drive

Saginaw, MI48601

(800) 434-3876

Lee  Cobb


Enloe Enterprise LLC

4928 Holly Street

Kansas City, MO64112

(816) 561-9229

Vickie  Enloe


Evo Business Environments

409 East 3rd Street

Little Rock, AR72201

(501) 244-9696

Chris  Cerrato


Featured Systems

5 Clare Circle

Bella Vista, AR72714

(479) 855-6422

Ed  Chitty



184 East Fantinel Blvd.

Springdale, AR72762

(479) 750-4565

Brent  Farmer


H.E. Williams, Inc.

831 West Fairview Avenue

Carthage, MO64836

(417) 358-4065

Kelly  Hartley



Architectural Products

3411 Summer Ave

Memphis, TN38122

(901) 452-8462

Bruce  Hillyer


HP Engineering, Inc.

3333 Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Suite 330

Rogers, AR72758

(479) 899-6370

Bill  Hodge


HSA Engineering 

Consulting Services

5701 Euper Lane, Suite A

Fort Smith, AR72903

(479) 452-8922

Trey  White


Hubble-Mitchell Interiors, Inc.

8001 Assembly Court, Unit 34

Little Rock, AR72209

(501) 312-2700

Chris  Hubble



Inside Effects LLC

PO Box 31179

Little Rock, AR72260

(501) 954-8866

Dustin  Pitonyak


J.D. Day & Company

6701 W 64th Street, Suite 221

Overland Park, KS66202

(913) 722-3213

Jim  Day


Jay S. Stanley 

& Associates, Inc.

5313 McClanahan Drive, Suite G5

North Little Rock, AR72116

(501) 758-8029

Jay  Stanley



Kalwall - Glass Erectors

PO Box 30005

Little Rock, AR72260

(501) 455-1324

Gary  Smith



Lighting & Power 

Solutions, Inc.

217 N. Chester

Little Rock, AR72201

(501) 374-2155

Brian  Self

Lunday & Associates

717 E Center Street

Sheridan, AR72150

(870) 942-1463

Wade  Lunday



Mainstream Technologies

325 West Capitol, Suite 200

Little Rock, AR72201

(501) 801-6739

Tom  Allen


Malmstrom-White, Co.

11617 Kanis Rd

Little Rock, AR72211

(501) 224-2775

Jason  Roach


Marvin Windows and Doors

P O Box 100

Warroud, MN56763

(218) 386-1430

Lisa  Fruechte


McGraw-Hill Construction-Dodge Division

5107 Kaplon Road

North Little Rock, AR72118

(501) 851-1438

Connie  Schroepfer


MDC Wallcoverings

1200 Arthur Avenue

Elk Grove Village, IL60610

(847) 437-4000 x7464

Nikki  Stelloh


Meeks Lumber & Design Center

PO Box 6160

Springdale, AR72766

(479) 236-7780

Herb  Rimel



Restoration Co.

401 E. Hudson Street

Fort Scott, KS66701

(620) 223-9158

Matt  Deloney


Midwest Block & Brick

1601 Electric Avenue

Springdale, AR72764

(479) 750-7887

Mike  Ankrom



Milestone Construction 


2002 South 48th Street

Springdale, AR72762

(479) 751-3560

Kelli  Gemmell


Minick Materials

326 N Council

Oklahoma City, OK73127

(405) 343-7879

Mike  Mayzak



Missco Contract Sales

PO Box 321400

Florwood, MS39232

(601) 987-8600

Mack  Skeen



Morrison Shipley 

Engineers, Inc.

5704 Euper Lane

Fort Smith, AR72903

(479) 452-1933

Greg  Shipley


Musco Sports Lighting

100 1st Avenue W

Oskaloosa, IA52577

(641) 673-0411

Jeremy  Lemons



Neenah Foundry

16401 Chenal Valley Drive - 

Apt 8306

Little Rock, AR72223

(800) 619-6756

Pat  Risley


Otis Elevator Company

1527 Bowman Rd., Ste. A

Little Rock, AR72211

(501) 312-7600

Richard  Carlton


Panda Windows & Doors

3415 Bellington Road

Las Vegas, NV89030

(702) 643-5700

Ximena  Rojas


Performance Surfaces

821 W Wilshire Blvd

Oklahoma City, OK73116

(405) 463-0505

Ryan  McCaslin


Pittsburgh Paints

1074 W Markham

Conway, AR72032

(501) 327-7955

Brent  Ernst


Related Product Sales (RPS)

405 Shall Avenue

Little Rock, AR72202

(501) 993-5873

Chris  Little


Resource Interiors

31 Kingspark Road

Little Rock, AR72227

(501) 960-7994

Tom  Johnston


Roofing System Solutions

PO Box 30355

Edmond, OK73003

(405) 650-8915

Tim  Reed


Schindler Elevator Corporation

400 Hardin Drive, Ste 170

Little Rock, AR72211

(501) 375-0930

Larry  Hammond


School & Office Products 

of Arkansas

P.O. Box 26015

Little Rock, AR0

(501) 663-5500

Terry  Greene



1000 E. Rochelle Blvd

Irving, TX75062

(469) 995-2200

David  Bell



Smart Vent Flood Vents

430 Andbro Dr. Unit 1

Pitman, NJ8071

(877) 441-8368

Garrett  Tirpak


Southwest Solutions Group

17200 Chenal Parkway, # 300

Little Rock, AR72223

(501) 859-0675

Justin  Story


Sport Court

700 Minton Road

Benton, AR72019

(501) 316-2255

Patti  LaFleur


Sports Floors Incorporated

6651 Reese Rd

Memphis, TN38133

(901) 452-9492

Bruce  Gleneck


Tandus Flooring

5906 Wall Street

Benton, AR72019

(501) 607-2044

Christie  Hood


Terracon Consultants

25809 I-30

Bryant, AR72022

(501) 847-9292

Dana  Lumpkin



100 Gamble Road

Little Rock, AR72211

(501) 227-0648

Matt  Bell


Wilsonart International

321 North Plaza

Little Rock, AR72205

(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