September 20, 2012 11:07:45 AM
Pryor & Morrow Architects and Engineers, P.A. announce the recent architectural registration of two staff members.
Michael Taylor has been with Pryor & Morrow since 2003 and completed his professional degree in 2009. He is originally from Central Arkansas and currently resides in Caledonia. He joined Pryor & Morrow in 2003 while pursuing his degree. Taylor has been project manager for various projects including: The Wise Center Exterior Renovation, Necropsy Renovation and Verner G. Hurt Research and Extension Building for Mississippi State University, and The Tennessee Williams Home Renovation located in downtown Columbus for the Columbus Convention and Visitor's Bureau. He graduated from Mississippi State University's School of Architecture.
Stephens Daniel has been on staff at Pryor & Morrow since 2010 and completed his professional degree in June 2005. He is originally from Petal and a current resident of Tupelo. He joined Pryor & Morrow Architects and Engineers' in 2010 and specializes in financial, residential, educational building design, and manages projects for BancorpSouth.
Registered architects are responsible for accommodating client needs, following building and life-safety codes and administrating the construction process. Local building departments often require that buildings of a certain size or complexity be designed by a registered architect. He graduated from Mississippi State University's School of Architecture.
A person seeking to become a registered architect in Mississippi must obtain a professional degree from an accredited institution of higher learning, must complete the three-year Intern Development Program (IDP) and must pass all seven components of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE).
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