My Internship

Grant and I have really been blessed since we have graduated from college! The day before we moved out of our apartment in Searcy before Christmas break, we found out that I had gotten an Internship with the firm Cromwell Architects Engineers. They are the largest Architectural and Engineering Firm in Arkansas. I was very excited because not only are they a very well known firm, but they were actually paying me for my time which is very scarce for Interior Design internships! I started it on Monday, January 5th, and so far I have completed the first week. It is such a wonderful environment, and it is such a productive firm because they have all of the engineers, architects, and designers all under one roof working together on all of the projects. I wanted to show some pictures of where I work now that I have a break.

This is the outside of the building that I work in which is across from the Little Rock Court House. As of now they are only using 2 of their 4 floors, and renting out the other 2. In case they need to expand from their number of 120 employees they can.
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The front of the building.


Here is the reception desk if you need help, and behind it is the management area.



Here you can see the Reception/Seating area.
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This is part of the management area.



Another view, of the interior design part... to the left is an island conference table that we use a lot for different activities.



This is part of the interior design area, you can see the wall of binders from different companies that we need for specifying certain products.



A different biew of my cubicle, I am also lucky that most of our main wall is a window, and sunlight is just such a blessing.


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My name tag... WEIRD!



This is my Cubicle that I have in the Interior Design area. I try to keep it clean, but I won't be there forever, so there is no point in bringing in loads of stuff from home.



Another view of where the architects are; you can see how there are nice windows surrounding most of this firm.



This is part of the first floor where the architects are located! It has more of a loft look with cement flooring and open ceiling cavities.


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Good Times

Well I was just looking through old videos and for some reason this one really was making me laugh... a lot... Maybe it is just me.. but i don't care. take luck!
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