Cromwell Architects Engineers is searching for an individual to provide support in HR and Finance Department. Minimum of 2-5 years work experience required. Bachelor's Degree in either Business, HR, Finance or similar field required. Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. The Human Resources/Finance Assistant will be responsible for assisting in managing all HR functions and the financial operations of the organization which will include, payroll, billing, AP, etc... Position requires detailed data entry and monitoring of project management system. Problem-solving and analytical skills a must. EOE M/F/D/V
Opening for a Graphic Designer with 2 years experience to assist in the visual preparation of proposal submissions, qualifications packages, presentations, brochures, and other related activities for potential opportunities. Professional degree in Graphic Design or equivalent work experience required. Submit portfolio with resume to email@example.com. EOE M/F/D/V
The Cromwell team had wonderful experience working with Chef Coby and others at AR Heart Hospital to create this wonderful new space for healthy eating.
Cromwell was honored to be a part of Habitat for Humanity’s first "Tiny House" project. The house was dedicated to its new owner, Raymond Donaldson, over the weekend. Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity.
Want to learn a little bit more about Little Rock's East Village You should definitely read this editorial by Senior Editor Rex Nelson in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette from 1/31/2018. http://www.arkansasonline.com/…/creating-east-village-2018…/
This article from The Daily Record tells the story of the past, present, and future of East Village.
This is an image of 101 Spring Street prior to the construction of the Cromwell building in 1975. The building was dedicated to Mr. Cromwell in 1992 to honor his legacy. Mr. Cromwell didn’t just design buildings; he connected communities and people together.
This is a drawing of the Capital Hotel from 1877. Forty years ago, when Cromwell built their building at Markham and Spring Streets, the area was in need of a major redevelopment effort. Mr. Cromwell was committed to renovating the hotel which in turn spurred the redevelopment of the Convention District and changed the face of downtown Little Rock.
President and Architect Greg Cockmon recently visited our North Carolina office to assist with a design charrette for the Gilmore Therapeutic Recreation Center in Fayetteville, NC. The center provides recreation and leisure programs to persons with disabilities.
Cromwell was honored to accept our 2017 Preserve Arkansas Award for Excellence in Preservation through Rehabilitation for 615 Main. It is so inspiring to spend an evening with people dedicated to preserving the heritage of our state.