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.
Tupelo Convention and Visitor's Bureau
In need of an update, The Tupelo Convention and Visitor’s Bureau turned to PryorMorrow to renovate their existing facility. Working with Derse to produce interactive displays for the renovated lobby space, the Tupelo CVB now has one of the most inviting and dynamic gathering spaces in North Mississippi.
Joyner Splash Pad
On the toddler side of the splash pad, there are three animal-themed water guns, a palm tree and a hoop to walk through. There are also six ground-level water nozzles that spray water.
The other side is designed for older children. It has three palm trees that rain down water, two trip buckets to dump water, two water cannons (one on each side) and two large vertical rings to walk through.
Holly Springs Intermediate School
This state of the art intermediate school houses 4th-6th grades and sits on a 25 acre site.
East Mississippi Community College Communiversity
The Communiversity is an exciting next phase in technology training and education for the college. The facility will include interactive, museum style showroom, 21 high bay learning areas, a manufacturing display venue, classrooms and laboratories, and incubator bays for new start-ups. The facility will also include offices, conference/seminar spaces and food service.
Oxford Park Commission New Activities Building
The New Activities Building will have a multi-purpose gymnasium that will accommodate 2 adult basketball courts, 4 youth basketball courts, 2 volleyball courts, or 6 pickleball courts with an elevated walking track. Other amenities include 7,700 s.f. gymnastics training center, fitness room, and a recreation lounge and gaming area.
University of Mississippi Indoor Tennis Facility
The new Indoor Tennis Facility is the first phase of a two phased master plan. Complete with 6 indoor tennis courts and a 300 seat seating capacity.
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.