Arkansas-native Julie K. Chambers loves calling Fayetteville home. She earned her B. Arch from the University of Arkansas in 1999. While she was a student, Julie took part in the University’s co-op program and worked in both Little Rock and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Julie took part in the School of Architecture and Design’s Rome program in the fall of 1997, traveling to Rome, France, England, and Germany.
Julie became a Registered Architect in spring 2003 when she completed her licensing in New York. After moving home in 2005, Julie became one of the first LEED-APs in the State of Arkansas.
Julie’s architectural experience has varied. She has designed churches, schools, restaurants, doctor offices, commercial office space and homes. She has also served as head designer or administrator for several LEED projects including two LEED Silver, a LEED Gold, and a LEED Platinum project.
In addition to her architectural work, Julie is busy remodeling her historic home with her husband and running around town with her three daughters.