Barry R. Williams
Barry R. Williams is originally from Jackson, Miss. and graduated from the Mississippi State University Department of Landscape Architecture in 1992 where he earned his Bachelor’s degree. He has been a registered landscape architect for the past 20 years in the state of Arkansas, and 15 of those 20 years he has been employed by civil engineering firms with a focus on land development. Over his career Barry has served on the Arkansas State Board of Architects and Landscape Architects. He is a past president of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, a graduate of the Faulkner County Leadership Institute, a past the chairman of the Conway Tree Board, and was elected to two terms as Justice of the Peace for Faulkner County serving on the Quorum Court. During his public service on the Faulkner County Quorum Court, he was a member of the Roads and Infrastructure Committee where he began leading the charge for the development of new roadway standards for development in the County. He has been a member of Conway’s First Baptist for the past 17 years serving on the Building Committee and as a vocalist with the Praise and Worship Team.
FUN FACT: At his first job out of school, Barry helped train attack dogs that guarded a nursery and garden center in Little Rock.