A graduate of Auburn University School of Architecture, Ed is a principal at Cromwell, as well as a Code and Life Safety expert. He is also a LEED Accredited Architect with extensive experience in the design of sustainable buildings. He has designed buildings in 15 states as well as overseas (Singapore, South Korea, Japan, Okinawa, Germany, Italy, Guam, and Belgium). His specialty includes the design of military buildings, university classroom buildings, and corporate office buildings. Because of his work with the U.S. military, he has received training in antiterrorism design and has designed numerous buildings that are in compliance with the Unified Facilities Criteria DoD Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for Buildings.
Ed is active in Community Development through his work with the University of Arkansas Breakthrough Solutions Partnership. He has led design charrettes in Breakthrough Solutions pilot communities of Harrison, Mena, Waldron, Mount Ida, Clinton, and Eureka Springs Arkansas. These charrettes focus on developing specific Breakthrough Solutions that will enhance the quality of life in these communities and provide the future-altering breakthroughs they desire for their communities. He has received local, state and national/international awards for this work.
An avid cyclist, Ed has worked to promote cycling in central Arkansas since 1988, and is the chairman of the Bicycle Friendly Community Committee of Little Rock, a committee dedicated to improving the quality of life in Little Rock. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Central Arkansas Boys and Girls Clubs, and one of the founding members and current chairman of the Friends of Two Rivers Park Board of Directors.
Elevating the design process to a higher level. Bringing that Cromwell creativity, energy, excellence, and enthusiasm to every aspect of the project.
Adventure. My life at Cromwell has been an amazing adventure that has exceeded my expectations in almost every area.
Ride over 3,000 miles a year on my bicycle commute to work.
I love Snoopy Snacks and eat several packs a day, usually. I even bring them on trips.