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Fayetteville, AR 72701
United States


Reform Contracting is a construction company located in Northwest Arkansas. Reform Contracting has experience in new construction, renovations, and additions for both commercial and residential projects. Reform Contracting specializes in custom homes and custom projects.  


Reform Contracting is a licensed and insured full service design-build construction company located in Fayetteville AR. We specialize in custom homes, renovation, and additions for both commercial and residential construction.

Reform Contracting strives to build above the current industry standards. With every project we seek to reform the existing construction industry. We believe in a level of quality that is non-negotiable. It is our responsibility to build in a manner that is respectful to our environment and to those living near our project sites. We want our projects to last for decades and to be timeless pieces of the Northwest Arkansas landscape.

Good design goes a long way and can greatly enhance our daily lives. Good design paired with quality craftsmanship and attention to detail make a house into a home. It is neither the square footage nor the number of beds/baths that determine the quality of life a home will offer. We want to work with our clients to make smart design decisions and to provide them with expert service. It is our job to come alongside you and help you navigate the confusing waters of construction. We are here to take you from a concept to the finished product. There is no project too big or small for us. We want to hear from you.


Lucas Cooper // Owner

Lucas Cooper // Owner

Lucas Cooper

I have always seen beauty in the creation process and was drawn to building from a very early age. I started Reform Contracting after years of working long hours as a laborer in the industry. Having worked on framing crews, in cabinet shops, as a handyman, and as a project manager, I acquired an extensive knowledge and skill set that is the foundation to how I now manage the construction process.

I believe that a house is more than a status symbol or way to protect its inhabitants and their belongings and that size and room count have little to do with what a house has to offer. When designed properly a house should inspire and subconsciously effect the way we interact. It should be a place where family, friends, and neighbors are drawn in and a place that provides respite. It should be a place where people can create and can escape the fast paced world around them. With spaces tangibly effecting our moods and emotions it is important to understand how to create a space that will bring out the best in all of us. .  

Layne Beller // Operations Manager

Layne Beller // Operations Manager

Layne Beller

I have an extensive and long love of the building and design industry. At age 19 I started my first construction company and gained an expert knowledge of the building trades by being in the thick of preforming many aspects of my projects. 

 For me the design-build environment is more than just constructing buildings. The the whole process starts as an opportunity to serve a customer through transparency and the building of a relationship. I love people! It’s also an avenue of creativity. I never shy away from design challenges. My goal is to create an environment, one that is timeless and will encourage culture, community, and memories.

John Ruskin, a leading Victorian art critic once identified the built environment as encompassing 7 key principles: sacrifice, truth, power, beauty, life, memory, and obedience. Those principles are what I strive to breathe into every project I’m privileged to be apart of.

But you, children of space, you restless in rest, you shall not be trapped nor tamed.
Your house shall be not an anchor but a mast.
It shall not be a glistening film that covers a wound, but an eyelid that guards the eye.
— THE PROFIT : Kahlil Gibran