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ENTER the 2019 AIAAR Design Awards Program

Time to take advantage of an outstanding opportunity to showcase your designs through the AIA Arkansas Design Awards Program. DEADLINE TO ENTER: Friday, April 12th. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE ONLINE ENTRY FORM Information regarding presentation submission will be sent out after the April 12th deadline. The project’s will be submitted electronically through our website, you will have until Friday, May 31st to upload your project. Each project entered will be on display at the 2019 AIA Arkansas State Convention in Little Rock, AR. At which time, they will be viewed and potentially selected for the MEMBERS’ CHOICE AWARD by your peers in the […]

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LLW Architects, P.C. seeks Project Manager

LLW Architects, P.C. seeks Project Manager

LLW is offering an immediate and long term career opportunity for a Project Manager with 5 plus years of experience. Individual must have proven experience in all design phases and construction administration. The position responsibilities include client interaction, leadership and mentoring of junior staff, development and successful implementation of contract documents. Individual must prioritize multiple projects, multi-task across over-lapping project schedules, and problem solve. Essential Qualifications: • Minimum 5 years Architectural Experience (Hospitality and Healthcare experience is preferred) • Minimum 3 years experience in Construction Administration • Proficiency in AutoCAD required • Experience in Microsoft Office 365 and Adobe Acrobat […]

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Patty Opitz Receives National AIA Young Architect Award

Patty Opitz Receives National AIA Young Architect Award

Little Rock, AR., February 15, 2019 – Patty Opitz, AIA, a senior associate and licensed architect at Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects, has been honored with the Young Architect Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). She is just one of 22 architects selected from across the country for this prestigious recognition. The annual program now in its 26th year recognizes individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the architecture profession early in their careers. Since the program’s inception, there have only been three other architects from the state of Arkansas who have been honored with […]

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2019 Allied Presentation Proposals for State Convention being accepted

2019 AIA Arkansas State Convention October 16-19, 2019 AIA Arkansas is now accepting proposals from our Allied members at the Blue level or higher, for presentations at the 2019 AIA Arkansas State Convention in Hot Springs, AR. Please complete the form below to submit your presentation for review by the Convention Committee. Selections will be made in May and notification of acceptance or denial will be sent after that time. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: April 15, 2019. Submissions must be completed in full to be reviewed for selection. All presentations must be submitted using the form below. Licensed architects in Arkansas are required to […]

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Preserve Arkansas Honors Two Hot Springs Architects

Preserve Arkansas Honors Two Hot Springs Architects

Preserve Arkansas, the statewide nonprofit advocate for historic preservation, honored the recipients of the 2018 Arkansas Preservation Awards on Jan. 25 at the historic Albert Pike Memorial Temple in Little Rock. Named for Preserve Arkansas’ founding president and pioneer preservationist, the 2018 Parker Westbrook Award for Lifetime Achievement was awarded to Hot Springs architects Anthony Taylor, AIA, and Bob Kempkes, AIA. Preserve Arkansas Chairman Rachel Patton says the honor – awarded in 2017 to Little Rock architect Tommy Jameson, AIA – was a no-brainer. “It was just a matter of time. Their accomplishments are so many that they are well-deserving […]

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