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What does UACDC stand for?

UACDC stands for University of Arkansas Community Design Center (Fayetteville, AR)

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LOCATION: Little Rock PROJECT: Fayetteville 2030: Transit City Scenario Plan FIRM: University of Arkansas Community Design Center (UACDC) CONTRACTOR: N/A LOCATION: Fayetteville PROJECT: Grand Prairie Center FIRM: SCM Architects, PLLC CONTRACTOR: Baldwin & Shell Construction Co.
PROJECT: Townscaping: An Automobile-Oriented Fabric FIRM: University of Arkansas Community Design Center and Students From the University of Arkansas School of Architecture LOCATION: Farmington The Farmington townscape plan retrofits a suburban five-lane commercial arterial highway into a multi-way boulevard, revitalizing this farming community.
The University of Arkansas Community Design Center recently received two 2011 honor awards for regional and urban design from the American Institute of Architects.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Project: Monticello: Place-Based Codes and Plans for an Arkansas Delta Community Firm: University of Arkansas Community Design Center Location: Monticello, Arkansas [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Monticello, with a population of 9,146, is predicted to add 1,300 housing starts, or 30 percent of its current housing stock, in the next 20 years.
Project: Visioning Rail Transit in Northwest Arkansas Lifestyles and Ecologies Firm: University of Arkansas Community Design Center Location: Northwest Arkansas metropolitan area [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] No proposals currently exist for guiding explosive growth in the region, so the University of Arkansas Community Design Center produced a book, workshops and exhibits to inflect land-use and transportation policy.
The University of Arkansas Community Design Center staff and a former student have received a Progressive Architecture Design Citation for a "green" design for a Little Rock retirement community.