Todd Furgason, Campus Planner at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, said, “Allison has a high level of expectation for what design can be. They understand that all architecture shapes the public space and can enrich the daily lives.
Little Rock, AR (PRWEB) September 01, 2016
Founded in 1996, Allison + Partners is celebrating 20 years of providing architecture, interior design, and planning services. Formerly Allison Architects, Allison + Partners believes the new name reflects its most valuable characteristic—the spirit of partnership with its clients. Since its founding the architecture and design firm has won numerous awards for design excellence in the state of Arkansas and regionally.
“We launched twenty years ago based on a desire to provide highly personalized services delivered by a small team of talented and dedicated professionals,” said John Allison, Founding Partner of Allison + Partners. “I am immensely proud of all we have achieved and I thank all of our clients who have helped us create lasting spaces.”
Allison + Partners specializes in providing design services for numerous private and public clients, including higher education institutions, libraries, and schools. The firm also has a long history of work in renovation and restoration of civic and commercial spaces. Many notable projects are award-winning and include the Hillside Auditorium located on the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville campus, the Health Science Complex at Black River Technical College in Pocahontas, and the Oley E Rooker Library in the Central Arkansas Library System of Little Rock. Noteworthy historical renovations include the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home in Dyess, Arkansas, and the Argenta Branch for Laman Library in North Little Rock.
Principal Aaron Ruby had this to say about the firm's anniversary: “This is a really excellent time to be part of this team of talented architects and designers. Allison + Partners has an incredibly rich portfolio of great projects in just 20 years. It's exciting to think about what the future might hold. We absolutely love what we do."
The firm has received numerous recommendations from previous clients. Todd Furgason, Campus Planner at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, said, “Allison has a high level of expectation for what design can be. They understand that all architecture shapes the public space and can enrich the daily lives of those come in contact with it.” Individuals and organizations that are searching for a Little Rock or Northwest Arkansas architect may view the firm's portfolio at http://www.allisonarchitects.com/projects.html.
About Allison + Partners:
Allison + Partners was founded in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1996. With offices in Little Rock and Fayetteville, the architecture firm has created many lasting spaces throughout Arkansas. Dedicated to providing personalized and responsive services, the team produces innovative and sustainable solutions for its clients. Visit http://www.allisonarchitects.com to learn more about the design team and its completed projects.