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UA designers recognized for green Architecture.

The University of Arkansas Community Design Center staff and a former student have received a Progressive Architecture Design Citation for a "green" design for a Little Rock retirement community.

The Progressive Design Awards in New York last week recognized the master plan drawn up for the Good Shepherd Ecumenical Retirement Community.

The UACDC, led by Steve Luoni, came up with a design for a 165-acre campus that included plats for streets and pathways, various housing types suitable for an aging population and an ecological plan for treating storm-water runoff.

Former student Trinity Simons and current students Dusty Graham, Najia Hashim and John Langham worked on the project. Jeff Shannon and Tim de Noble were architects of record.
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Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Jan 29, 2007
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