Relationships that matter
Communities that unite
Commitment that shows
At PryorMorrow, we value
Building strong, meaningful relationships with our clients is our number one priority. We put our clients’ needs at the forefront of all that we do, and we work diligently to make the entire process run as smoothly as possible. We value honesty and integrity, and this is reflected in our relationships. Our clients become our friends, and the relationships last well after the project has ended.
Nothing brings us more joy than hearing how our projects have impacted the community, whether it is a student attending a state-of-the-art classroom for the first time, or a disabled person being able to attend a football game for the first time. Our job consists of more than designing structures. We design a vision for the future that will impact generations to come.
Our firm would be nothing without the people working behind the scenes designing and delivering real results. We have over 200 years of combined experience, and it shows in the details of our work. Our team members put their hearts and souls into all that they do and believe in giving back to the community. We also take pride in mentoring young designers emerging in the field.
Fiona Dawe of Starkville takes notes while shadowing under PryorMorrow’s Intern Architect/Project Manager Trey Symington aspart of The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science‘s Mentorship Program. The program provides a hands-on learning experience for those students interested in a specific career path. It allows students to be paired with a local mentor in their chosen field...
IN THE NEWS: Mississippi University for Women recommissioned the Demonstration School to support the growth of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. It is now home to the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and the Speech and Hearing Center. The building was renamed Turner Hall in honor of Dr. Alma W. Turner (Ed.S. ’81), who...
PryorMorrow recently had the pleasure of presenting a check in the amount of $45,600 to the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians from Central Electric Power Association (CEPA) through a TVA new construction incentive program for the Pearl River Elementary School Upper Elementary Building. Accepting the check on behalf of the Tribe was Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben. PryorMorrow...
The recent addition to Pearl River Elementary School in Choctaw, Mississippi is a model for sustainability and environmental impact. “From the standpoint of operating this facility, and building it, they wanted the project to be fairly green. We were able to succeed in that both in the way we did the building envelope and also...
The women in PryorMorrow’s Columbus office choose to #StandBesideHer and celebrate one another’s talents and success. The Stand Beside Her Movement, which was originated by the Girl Scouts Heart of the South, is a rallying cry inspiring girls and women to stand up for each other and commit to shutting down unhealthy comparisons that tear down and divide us. #WomenSupportingWomen #PryorMorrow #Architects #Engineers #InteriorDesign