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Tech Park Hears From Firms Competing to Design Phase 2

The Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board hears from three architectural firms vying to design the second phase of the $100 million, six-phase project. read more >
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Tech Park Board Chooses WDD Architects for Phase 1 of Project

The Little Rock Technology Park Authority Board has selected Wittenberg Delony & Davidson as the architect for the first phase of the tech park, planned for the Main Street corridor in downtown Little Rock. read more >
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Mid-America Science Museum Renovation on Schedule, Re-opening Set for March

The museum closed in August to begin remodeling and adding exhibits and new features, thanks to a $7.8 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation. read more >
Longtime friends and architects Charles Witsell, left, and Gordon Wittenberg have completed a book that chronicles many of the structural landmarks of Little Rock completed between 1833 and 1950.
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New Book Recalls Little Rock’s Architectural History

The architecture firms of Wittenberg Delony & Davidson and Witsell Evans & Rasco have been present for the design and restoration of scores of Little Rock landmarks. Two retired principals of those firms, Gordon Wittenberg and Charlie Witsell, have completed a book. “Architects of Little Rock, 1833-1950,” profiling many of those landmarks and the stories behind them. read more >
Robinson Center Music Hall in Little Rock.

LRCVB Announces 4 Architectural, Design Finalists for Robinson Center Renovation

The Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau announces four architectural and design team finalists for renovation and expansion of Robinson Center and Robinson Center Music Hall in Little Rock. read more >
Jack F. See Jr., FAIA

2012 Arkansas Construction Hall of Fame: Jack F. See Jr., FAIA

Jack F. See, Jr., FAIA, a respected representative of his profession in his community and state, has made significant contributions to society and the practice of architecture for more than 46 years. See joined the Little Rock firm of Wittenberg, Delony & Davidson, Inc., in 1962 as a project designer and became a principal in 1972. read more >