Education: Tulane University, Master of Architecture, 1973; Thesis Design Award, 1973; Alumni
Foundation Fellowship, 1970; President, School of Architecture Student Body, 1969-71;
National Merit Award Scholarship, 1967/ St. Martin’s Preparatory School, New Orleans,
Louisiana. / IQ 163 / Board of Advisors Tulane University
Registration: National Council of Architectural Registration Boards; Architect, State of Tennessee,
Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Colorado, Louisiana, New York, Illinois,
Idaho, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Wyoming and Oklahoma.
Organizations: Trustee of The Nature Conservancy - Arkansas; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis - Real
Estate Commissioner; Power List 2004-2009- Executive of Year Aransas Business,
American Institute of Architects, Member; Tennessee Society of Architects, Member; State
of Tennessee Research Committee on Interstate I-40 Relocation; Illustrators Guild of
America, Member; Advertising Council of Louisiana, Past Member; Honorary Member,
Orleans Parish Boy Scouts Council/Former Eagle Scout.
1973-Present: Collins Haynes was named as a partner in the prestigious design firm of Walk Jones &
Francis Mah, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee, in 1973 and remained until 1980 when he sold
his interest and relocated to Rogers, Arkansas. Mr. Haynes’ planning and design
experience includes Master Planning of Shelby State Community College in Memphis,
Tennessee, a 300,000 square foot facility and the design of the Collierville Middle School
in Collierville, Tennessee which was awarded AIA/ASSA Certificate of Excellence and
Masonry Institute Building of the Year Award in 1979. He also planned and designed the
Fine Arts Complex at Memphis State University, a 20,000-student facility.
Mr. Haynes has also served as Project Manager for the following:
Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, Tennessee (Design); Millington
Middle School, Memphis, Tennessee (Total); W.O. Inman School, Paris,
Tennessee (Design); Hutchinson School, Memphis, Tennessee (Design);
Memphis Youth Center for the U.S. Bureau of Prisons, Memphis,
Tennessee (Design); Mitchell Road Community Center, Memphis,
Tennessee (Design); Cargill Corporation Cotton Facility, Memphis,
Tennessee (Design); National Bank of Commerce, Starkville, Mississippi
(Total); Federal Express Corporation, Memphis, Tennessee (Total);
Memphis Publishing Company, Memphis, Tennessee (Total); Vanderbilt
University Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee (Design); Union Station
Renovation, Nashville, Tennessee (Design).
Mr. Haynes designed the Rogers Fire Station # 5 and Emergency Training Center, Rogers,
Arkansas; Overland Park Subdivision, Rogers, Arkansas; A.G. Edwards Offices in Rogers
and Fort Smith, Arkansas; Beau Chene Subdivision, Rogers, Arkansas; Beau Terre Office
Complex, Bentonville, Arkansas; Commerce Centre Office Complex, Bentonville, Arkansas;
Pinnacle Point I and II, Rogers, Arkansas; Market and Tower at Pinnacle Point, Rogers,
Arkansas, Springwoods Development in Fayetteville, Arkansas and MetroPark and The
Peaks in Rogers , Arkansas.
He was also involved in the following National Register of Historic Places Projects:
First Street Holdings, 17,000 square feet, Rogers, Arkansas
First Street Plaza, 15,000 square feet, Rogers, Arkansas
Railroad Holdings, 15,000 square feet, Rogers, Arkansas
Wadsworth Historic Renovation/Condominiums, 26,000 square feet,
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Union Station Restoration, US Government, Nashville, Tennessee
Management: First Street Holdings, 17,000 square feet, 7 years
First Street Plaza, 15,000 square feet, 6 years
Railroad Holdings, 15,000 square feet, 4 years
Pinnacle Point, 265,828 square feet, 1 year
Pinnacle Point Partners, 24,600 square feet, 1 year
Coventry Meadow, 40,000 square feet, 4 years
Financial Holdings, 26,950 square feet, 1 year
Haynes Architectural, 16,700 square feet, 3 years
Osage Partners, 22,000 square feet, 1 year
Stoneybrook Creeks, 17,000 square feet, 1 year
Synopsis: Born July 5, 1950, in Jackson, Mississippi, Mr. Haynes graduated with honors from St.
Martins Prep School in 1968. During this time, Mr. Haynes was an illustrator for Deram
Records and produced illustrations for The Moody Blues. He also was a contract delineator
and artist for Karl Lagerfeld, Talbots and 13 Broadway productions and major concert and
broadcast venues. He was granted advanced placement at Tulane University School of
Architecture and continued his education under a series of academic scholarships until his
graduation in 1973. He was awarded several design honorariums including the Thesis Award
and the Goldstein Award for Architectural Illustration.
In 1983 The School of Architecture at The University of Arkansas named Mr. Haynes as a
Visiting Professor of Architecture. During the next four years, he was responsible for Thesis
Lecture and Design Studio 8, the final semester studio for graduating students and the
Fulbright Architectural Lecture.
The Al Ibrahim IL Ibrahim Foundation of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, retained Mr. Haynes as
architect for three Islamic mosque projects built in the United States. He was invited to office
in Riyadh and develop designs with the foundation architects, which he produced and
submitted to the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Los Angeles for construction.
A key member of design/production teams since 1973, Mr. Haynes has served many local
organizations on a continuing basis as a consultant and group member. He serves as
C.E.O. and Design Principal with Haynes and Associates Ltd. Inc. in Rogers, Arkansas. The
firm does not solicit private client work, but rather focuses on Land Acquisition, Engineering,
Architecture, Building Construction and Project Completion for select groups of investors.
Haynes Limited served as Managing Partner in 36 Limited Liability Companies with
members in Arkansas and 11 other states. Company services include Property
Management, Leasing Acquisitions, Accounting, Financial Consultation, Tax Matters and
Architectural Design/Build Services.
Mr. Haynes broad experiences include all major building and planning types. He has
consistently demonstrated the ability to design both aesthetically correct and cost effective
building projects. His involvement in total project development affords Mr. Haynes an insight
into the burgeoning complexity of project administration, cost control and financial viability
and return for his partners. His tenure as a registered Architect/ Construction Manager has
been on going for the past 37 years with Architectural Licences in 18 States and National
Council Of Architectural Registration Boards Certification.