Polk Stanley Rowland Curzon Porter Architects
Polk Stanley Rowland Curzon Porter Architects (formerly Polk Stanley Yeary Architects) is an architectural firm located in Little Rock and Fayetteville, Arkansas. Principals in the firm are Tommy Polk, Joe Stanley, Reese Rowland, Craig Curzon, and David Porter. The residential design representative is Rodney Parham and construction administrator is Jim Thacker. Polk Stanley was founded in 1977.
Polk Stanley designed the renovated Choctaw Railway Station on the grounds of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park. Other notable structures designed by the firm are the Heifer International world headquarters, the Greater Little Rock Chamber of Commerce building, the Jack Stephens First Tee of Arkansas, the Pavilion in the Park, the renovated Fones Building and Adolophine Fletcher Terry Library branch of the Central Arkansas Library System, and the renovated Historic Arkansas Museum.
Many educational institutions have called on the firm for renovations and expansions of facilities, including Forest Heights Junior High School, Pulaski Heights Junior High School, the Cammack Campus of the University of Arkansas, and the Arkansas Biosciences Institute, Donald W. Reynolds Center on Aging, and Jones Eye Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.