We are pleased to introduce Lex Chen, the newest member of our staff. Lex is a recent graduate from the interior design program at the University of Arkansas, and completed his internship requirements for his degree with us here at HJ. We are excited to have him join our firm full time!

Lex grew up in Longyan, China, a small town with a large population. He grew up seeing a lot of construction development as his community expanded, and saw how buildings played a role in the city’s growth. Seeing the architectural wonders in Shanghai and Hong Kong helped form his dream to become a professional designer.

He studied and worked in Canada before moving to Northwest Arkansas two years ago to finish his interior design degree at the University of Arkansas. Lex is experienced in using design software to produce renderings, 3-D models, and construction documents which help to convey design ideas to our clients. We know that Lex will be a great asset to our design team!

Lex says that NWA reminds him of his hometown, with similar environment and climate. We hope he feels at home here!


Congratulations to our newest Associate

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Hight Jackson Associates recently named Bradley West, AIA as an Associate of the firm. Bradley received a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from the University of Arkansas in 2010 and joined Hight Jackson Associates in 2013. He has served as project manager for a variety of projects from retail to institutional, giving him a broad knowledge of building types and construction methods.

Congratulations, Bradley on this career milestone!

Hight Jackson Welcomes Jason Hackett

IMG_5378Hight Jackson welcomes our newest team member, Jason Hackett, who lives in Anderson, Missouri with his wife, Pam and three of their six children. Jason earned a business degree at Liberty University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arkansas. He has over 25 years experience working as a carpenter in both the framing and finish trade. Recently he was the lead carpenter and supervisor of the Bachman Wilson House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and re-built on the grounds of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.