615 Main makes the National Historic Register

06/01/2018

We are so excited to announce that 615 Main, the historic Fulk-Arkansas Democrat building, has made the National Historic Register! Now home to 3 Fold Noodle and Dumpling Co and loft apartments, the building was originally designed by Cromwell's founder Charles Thompson in 1916. This project also earned a 2017 Preserve Arkansas Award for Excellence in Preservation through Rehabilitation.

http://www.arkansaspreservation.com/blog/12-arkansas-properties-listed-on-national-register-of-historic-places

Pulaski Heights Middle School

05/29/2018

Lillian McRae recently designed a new deck for Pulaski Heights Middle School, where she was formerly a student. Cromwell volunteered design services to the school’s PTSA. CEO Charley Penix snapped this photo when they went to see the completed project last week.Lillian McRae recently designed a new deck for Pulaski Heights Middle School, where she was formerly a student. Cromwell volunteered design services to the school’s PTSA. CEO Charley Penix snapped this photo when they went to see the completed project last week.

Flexibility Key To Cromwell Architects Engineers’ 130-Year Survival

02/02/2015

After more than 30 years at Cromwell Architects Engineers Inc., CEO Charley Penix has the long view of the firm, on what has allowed it to survive 130 years to become the oldest architecture firm in Arkansas and one of the oldest in the United States. “Flexibility,” he says. Read more at Arkansas Business.

Architect Charles Thompson’s painting of the Federal Reserve Bank designed by his firm and built in 1924. The building is now the eStem High Public Charter School at the southeast corner of Third and Louisiana streets in downtown Little Rock.

 

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