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Wesley Walls

Wesley Walls, principal at Polk Stanley Wilcox in Little Rock, is the lead architect for the Alice L. Walton School of Medicine, a 154,000-SF medical school planned for a 14-acre site near Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville.
Construction / Health Care

Developers Craft a Healing Habitat for Walton’s Medical SchoolLock Icon

Founder Alice Walton’s dream is to remake health care by training prospective doctors to treat patients’ through a “whole health” concept. The marching orders for the medical school’s architecture and landscaping were to complement and emphasize that concept. read more >
The commercial project at 1203-1205 S. University Ave. in Little Rock is a part of what was once known as Spaulding Plaza.
Construction / Government & Politics / Insurance / Real Estate / Retail / Tourism / Transportation

Midtown Little Rock Project Visited by $1.4M Sale (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Dukan Holding LLC, led by Dadiqu Ali and Murad Mandani, purchased the 1203-1205 S. University Ave. project. read more >
The Arkansas State Highway Commission is seeking about 8,300 SF of land from the property on which a new Holiday Inn Express, the blue building on the left, is being built.
Construction / Government & Politics / Legal / Real Estate / Tourism / Transportation

Highway Commission Locks In on Former Marina, East Village PropertyLock Icon

Future and current roadwork projects in Little Rock generated some real estate action by the Arkansas State Highway Commission. read more >
Clockwise from left: Wesley Walls, Dustin Davis, Josh Newton and Jasen GoicoecheaPolk Stanley Wilcox Architects, Little Rock
Construction / Government & Politics

Polk Stanley Wilcox Elevates Four, Sees Walls Named to Board (Movers & Shakers)

Wesley Walls has been appointed by Gov. Asa Hutchinson to the Arkansas State Board of Architects, Landscape Architects & Interior Designers in Little Rock. read more >

Message from 2014 AIA President Wesley R. Walls

It is an honor as president of AIA Arkansas for 2014 to present to you this year’s AIA Design Awards, highlighting our chapter’s prestigious Design Awards Program as well as individual recipients of our Chapter Awards. read more >
UCA wants to build a mixed-use building at this site on Donaghey Avenue near Bruce Street.
Construction / Education / Real Estate / Transportation

UCA Plans To Reshape Donaghey Avenue

The University of Central Arkansas in Conway is working on plans to renovate a mile-long section of Donaghey Avenue. The crown jewel of the proposed project is an approximately 68,000-SF, four-story mixed-use building that will feature retail on the ground floor and student housing on floors 2 through 4. read more >