Stacy Smith - Project Manager
What year did you join Baldwin & Shell?
What certifications, honors, or awards have you received?
2011 Preserve Arkansas Awards - Outstanding New Construction in a Historic Setting - Historic Arkansas Museum - William Woodruff Print Shop - Ruby Architects
2019 Preserve Arkansas Awards - Excellence in Preservation through Restoration - UAM - Taylor House at Hollywood Plantation, Tillar - Jameson Architects
What is the most rewarding part of your job?
Being able to see daily progress on a project.
What is your specialty?
What relationships have you built through Baldwin & Shell?
A great working relationship with PCSSD's operations and maintenance team, and also a rekindled relationship with the excellent architects at WER.
What is your favorite thing about working at Baldwin & Shell?
Working with an excellent team that shares a common goal and being able to see that hard work pay off.
Where did you attend college and what degree did you earn?
BS in Biology - University of Central Arkansas
What is your spouse's name?
How many children do you have and what are their names?
3 - Julian, Elliot & Piper
What is your favorite book?
What is your favorite movie?
Forest Gump; specifically because it was the first movie my wife and I saw together when we first started dating.
What is your favorite sport?
Football, hands down.
What are your hobbies?
Playing music, woodwork, and a little hunting and fishing.
What are two things you cannot live without?
God and family.
Where did you grow up?
Little Rock, AR
What is something that would surprise people about you?
I play bass and guitar in two local bands.
What is your favorite food?
Cajun and a good steak.
What kinds of pets do you have and what are their names?
4 dogs - Lucy, Rosy, Rudy & Luna
Describe yourself in one word.
What was your childhood dream?
To play professional football. Of course it didn't pan out.
What has been your biggest accomplishment in life?
Raising an incredibly close, Christian family.
What is your biggest pet peeve?
When something gets moved (not by me), and I then have to search and can't find it.