Since 1985, PryorMorrow has been changing Mississippi’s landscape, growing from a two-man small business to Mississippi’s most trusted name in architecture by working closely with clients to design strong, innovative buildings. PryorMorrow’s architects, engineers and interior designers work tirelessly from conception to completion to see your building constructed to the highest standards.
University of Mississippi Tennis Facility Masterplan
The two phased masterplan was designed by SCD Architects and PryorMorrow.
Mississippi State University Golf Facility
Project scope included site master planning, team clubhouse, 4 new indoor hitting bays and an indoor putting green. Roger Pryor, AIA served as principal architect for this project which opened for play in 2016.
Winston Plywood & Veneer
On April 28, 2014, a F4 tornado struck City of Louisville, Mississippi. Ten lives were tragically lost, and dozens more from the community were injured. The plywood mill in Louisville, was purchased just thirty days earlier by New Wood Resources LLC, to establish a new business called Winston Plywood & Veneer, was in the direct path of the tornado. It was completely destroyed.
Old Waverly Golf Club
As you drive from the main gate to the clubhouse, it seems as if Old Waverly was established at the turn of the century. With its grand architecture and many mature trees, it is hard to believe the club was completed in 1990.
All club properties located on the grounds of the award-winning Old Waverly Golf Club, including the clubhouse, golf cottages, pro shop and pool & tennis complex, were designed by PryorMorrow.
Corinth Sports Complex
The Corinth baseball field offered PryorMorrow architects an opportunity to develop a collegiate-style athletic complex. The two-phase project began with a softball field, entry building and field house, all designed to incorporate a baseball field two years later.
PryorMorrow worked with the City of Tupelo to jump-start revival of a declining neighborhood by replacing a blighted property with a high-concept yet accessible new restaurant.
Gillom Sports Complex Renovation
With the Gillom Center, PryorMorrow architects were tasked with turning a 20-year-old metal building into a nationally competitive women’s sports complex. The building will house softball, volleyball, soccer, rifle, strength and conditioning, and sports medicine programs once complete.
EMCC Student Union Golden Triangle Campus
East Mississippi Community College has experienced unprecedented growth over the past several years, creating a need for more space. Along with the need came the desire to set a new standard by developing, designing and locating an anchor building that would excite the future generations of students.
This fluid multipurpose building will stand 36 feet tall, expand the campus’s floor space by approximately 35 percent and house administration, teaching, dining, collaboration and recreational spaces with endless opportunities to meet, greet, collaborate and create new relationships.