The Burton residence is a dream project for a widow. Elkins School District has a new building with a sense of permanence. Pinnacle Springs One is a commercial, mixed-use building designed to fit its natural surroundings. And the Pulaski Technical College Fine & Performing Arts/Humanities Building is a multi-functional humanities, arts, and community-focused facility arranged in a multi-level design.
JBP Architects is a collaborate studio of designers with a wide range of skill sets. Every project is led by a Project Architect with assistance from the rest of the team. Most importantly, projects are seen through from beginning to end by the same Project Architect, ensuring greater continuity and passion to see the project completed on time and in budget.
Randy Palculict, AIA, is a principal at Jackson Brown Palculict Architects. He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arkansas in 2002. Since that time he has been directly involved on the design team for the first three K-12 schools in Arkansas to achieve a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. He was the project architect for the first “LEED for Schools” certified project in Arkansas, Wooster Elementary.