Face of Architecture
Chad Young, President and CEO
WDD Architects is an Arkansas-based architectural firm founded in 1919 and committed to providing clients with creative design solutions for a variety of project types. WDD is beginning its 102nd year of continuous business and its sixth generation of leadership. The organization continues to serve Arkansas through their founding principles of creating signature design solutions for all of their clients. Their firm has designed signature projects such as Little Rock Central High School, the Statehouse Convention Center, the ATA World Headquarters, the Mid-America Science Museum Hot Springs, Springdale High School, Maumelle High School, the Stephen’s Building in Little Rock, Donald Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas Heart Hospital Encore in Bryant, and First National Bank in Jonesboro. WDD Architects is made up of a diverse and creative group of individuals that specialize in different fields of architecture, interiors, sustainability, construction, and design. The Firm’s founders, George Wittenberg and Lawson Delony, started out with the mindset of producing exceptional design work. Today, WDD Architects carry that belief forward by attracting talented designers that create great architecture and interior design. Chad Young, the president and CEO of WDD Architects, joined the Firm in 1995 as an intern architect straight out of college from the UA Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design. He was made partner by 2002 and president in 2019 at the Firm’s 100th year anniversary. He is excited about helping the Firm continue to grow and create signature design work for the future.
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