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JDM Planning & Design seeking licensed Architect/Project Manager

JDM Planning & Design [http://www.jdmp-d.com/] is accepting applications for licensed Architects or experienced Project Managers in the process of completing their licensure.  JDM is a national design/build firm with its corporate office located in Little Rock, AR.  Our project types include both private sector and government agency clients – with Healthcare as one of our specialties.  Our team is looking for goal oriented design professionals in pursuit of a “destination opportunity” along their career path, and we offer tremendous upward mobility opportunities.  Our culture is one that embraces a philosophy of ‘People, Process, and Product;’ and we challenge our team […]

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Congratulations to nwaAIA member Fayetteville based Flintlock Architecture & Landscape

Congratulations to nwaAIA member Fayetteville based Flintlock Architecture & Landscape

Congratulations to nwaAIA member  Fayetteville based Flintlock Architecture & Landscape! Owner, Architect & Landscape architect Alli Thurmond Quinlan put together the design team for the Cultural Arts Corridor, which includes Award-winning landscape architects Nelson Byrd Woltz (NBW).  The extension of Fayetteville’s 1 cent sales tax, which was passed by the voters of Fayetteville on Tuesday,  includes $31.7 million for the Cultural arts corridor, which will replace the parking lot west of the Walton Arts Center with a green civic space, and build a parking deck close by to make up for the lost spaces. Also planned is a nature attraction at the Fay […]

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Architects Haven’t Been a Target During This Legislative Session

Architects Haven’t Been a Target During This Legislative Session

As the 92nd General Assembly winds down, the state Legislature has made quick progress on the two remaining executive priorities of transformation and transportation. Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed into law Senate Bill 336 that increases fuel taxes on gas and diesel fuel at the wholesale level and ups registration fees for electric and hybrid vehicles. SB336 is intended to raise $92 million in additional revenue for highway maintenance that will be coupled with the $290 million projected to be raised if Arkansas voters make the current ½-cent sales tax for highways permanent in the 2020 election. The government transformation bill, […]

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Grassroots 2019: Beyond Local Leadership: A Knowledge Adventure

Grassroots 2019: Beyond Local Leadership: A Knowledge Adventure

Grassroots 2019 – AIA leadership summit – Washington D.C. – 03.05.2019 – 03.10.2019 Beyond Local Leadership: A Knowledge Adventure Year after year the Arkansas chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) aims to accelerate the profession by sending members to Grassroots in Washington, D.C., an AIA leadership event, where local AIA board members from all over the United States come together to become better leaders for the organization, profession, and most importantly the community. This year I was able to participate in this knowledge adventure as a representative of the Arkansas Emerging Professionals. It was an action-packed experience in […]

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