Our architects approach every project with passion, vibrant thinking and no preconceived ideas regarding planning or vision. We work closely with each client to ensure that we meet their objective through collaboration and attentive listening. Our extensive and diverse experience enables us to understand and interpret their ideas and desires and transform those ideas into vivid and practice creations. At Fisher Arnold we strive to anticipate both present and future needs so that our designs will stand the test of time and change as our clients embrace their future growth and the dynamic needs of their organization.
Riverwood Elementary School
Riverwood Elementary is a 107,500 SF masonry building for grades Pre-K through 5th. It is an optional school in the Memphis City Schools System with an emphasis on Community Service and Global Awareness.
Southwest Tennessee Community College
Fisher Arnold provided the architectual design for Southwest Tennessee Community College’s new, 21st century, two-story, 106,000 SF academic building with 28 classrooms, 6 science labs, and 16 computer labs. In addition to the new classroom technology, the building also has a presentation theater, a service-learning & honor-programs suite, three conference rooms and supporting Deans and faculty offices.https://www.fisherarnold.com/wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=page
Youth Villages Corporate Offices
Fisher Arnold was selected for architectural design of this 45,000 square foot building. The building serves as the corporate office for Youth Villages, a children’s behavioral facility.
Northcentral Electric Power Association
Electric Power Associations
- Northcentral Electric Power Association (NCEPA) had outgrown their facility
- Fisher Arnold devoted many hours of discovery to successfully determine the utility’s multiple needs
- A successful, well functioning and attractive facility was designed that meets our client’s needs for both the present and future