Allison Partners has been serving the Little Rock area with architectural designs for 20 years. The team works closely with clients on a range of designs for civic, commercial, educational, healthcare, and residential sectors as well as on interiors, historic renovations, and sustainable projects. Founding Partner John Allison sits on the Board of Directors of the AIA's Arkansas Chapter, is a member of the USGBC Green Schools Advocacy Committee and the National Council of Architectural Registration Board, and is a LEED Accredited Professional. The company has been awarded by the American Institute of Architects on the state and regional level and recognized by the American Society of Interior Designers as well.
Little Rock, AR(501) 376-0717
Crafton Tull has been a Little Rock architectural firm for over 50 years. The nationwide company of 230 employees handles civil engineering, planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and surveying services, and clients hire the team for projects in numerous sectors including residential, retail, spiritual, military, sports and fitness, municipal parks and trails, health, education, corporate, and sports and fitness. Crafton Tull has received the ACEC Arkansas Engineering Excellence Award, Grand Conceptor for the Main Street Water Quality Demonstration and the ACEC Arkansas Engineering Excellence Award, Special Project Category Winner for The Walmart AMP. The company also regularly gives back to the community via The Crafton Tull Foundation and employs LEED Accredited Professionals.
Tulsa, OK(918) 584-0347
JAMESON Architects P.A. has been a Little Rock architectural firm since 1996 and brings over 50 years of practice in the field. The team offers architectural services, programming, existing building analysis, master planning, and historic structure reports and specializes in sensitive design solutions for historic buildings, homes, and sites in collaboration with its network of specialized consultants. President Tommy Jameson is a member of the AIA and has handled historic preservations including the firm's own offices and the 1936 Werner Knoop House in Little Rock’s Hillcrest neighborhood. The team also includes a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a student of Historic and Urban Architecture, and JAMESON's website lists projects by both period and type for individuals to review.
Little Rock, AR(501) 375-0378
MESA Landscape Architects, Inc. has been offering architectural services in Little Rock since for over three decades. Clients have included private individuals and non-profits to federal and municipal agencies, and the team has worked on projects such as sustainable design solutions, zoos, botanical gardens, conservation and education centers, park and recreation facilities, natural interpretive sites, site restoration, resorts, campuses, and community revitalizations. Interested parties can peruse a full gallery of past work on MESA's website. The company follows "a commitment to ecological stewardship, social equity and economic prosperity" with a particular focus on sustainable designs and is a Member of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Little Rock, AR(501) 372-6092
Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects brings decades of architectural practice to the Little Rock community. The extensive team includes licensed architects, registered interior designers, construction administrators, and specification writers and is known for innovative and cost-effective designs centered around conservation and sustainability. The group handles designs for the corporate/commercial, healthcare, religious, civic, and educational sectors, residential architecture, master planning, and renovation/adaptive reuse projects. Polk Stanley Wilcox has been featured in numerous media publications and has received over 100 local, regional, and national awards including the 2008 American Institute of Architect’s National Institute Honor Award and the American Society for Healthcare Engineering VISTA Award.
Little Rock, AR(501) 378-0878
Rod Collins Architecture and Construction is an architectural team in Little Rock backed by 30 years of combined construction and design experience. The group is led by a husband-wife duo and includes licensed residential contractors, registered architects, and LEED APs and is known for its signature EcoHouse. Rod Collins handles both residential as well as commercial designs and has been featured in publications such as Arkansas Home, Modern Luxury, and Architectural Digest. The group has won awards including the Gerald D. Hines Design Award, an AIA Design Award for Sustainability, and the Arrant Award for Outstanding Promise to the Profession and is also an Energy Star Partner, a U.S. Green Building Council Member, and a Greater Little Rock Builder's Association Member.
Little Rock, AR(501) 303-4578
Rogue Architecture is a Little Rock architectural firm backed by over 12 years of experience. The company has a reputation for working closely with clients to make sure a space fits their needs and vision perfectly now as well as in the future and focuses on every detail including proper budgeting and scheduled timing. Rogue specializes in single family homes and light commercial architecture, design, and construction, and potential clients can peruse a gallery of past work on the group's website. Architect Jeremiah Russell graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design, is a member of the AIA and the NCARB, and has worked on aviation, retail, office, historic preservation, and residential building design.
Little Rock, AR(501) 412-4525
SCM Architects provides architectural services in the Little Rock area. The team focuses on long-term relationships between client and architect, enjoys a 90% rate of repeat business, and handles designs for educational, commercial, historic, interior, religious, and residential projects A list of past partners can be found online and includes Harding University, Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, and New Life Church. Biographies can also be reviewed for the group's extensive team of principals, associates, architects, interior designers, and interns. SCM gives back to the community as well such as with participation in the THE PACK SHACK’S “Feed the Funnel Party” along with other members of the AIA Arkansas and Central Arkansas ASID Chapter.
Little Rock, AR(501) 224-3055
Williams & Dean has been designing buildings in Little Rock for almost 40 years. The architectural team works with clients to create designs aligned with their vision and budget and employs a team of architects as well as interior design professionals and technicians. Williams & Dean additionally collaborates with other consultants such as mechanical, electrical, and structural engineers and other specialists for optimal design and delivery. Services include development, building design, and interior design from preliminary site development and land use planning studies all the way down to custom millwork, artwork, specialty lighting, and accessories. The group has earned two Gold awards for interior work at the 2014 South Central Chapter Award of Excellence Gala and has had one project attain LEED Silver.
Little Rock, AR(501) 224-1900
Yeary Lindsey Architects brings 60 years of combined architectural experience to Little Rock clients. The group is known for top-notch customer service as well as innovative solutions and works on large and small new custom residences, home additions and remodels, commercial projects, universities, and other institutional projects. Clients engage the team for its sustainable approach, client collaboration, and focus on environmentally intelligent design, planning, and building. Architect James M. Yeary II graduated from the University of Arkansas, School of Architecture and has served as Arkansas State AIA Chapter President. Yeary Lindsey has been featured in At Home in Arkansas and Arkansas Life and made At Home' list of Top 10 Renovation Professionals in 2012.
Little Rock, AR(501) 372-5940