Fisher Architecture LLC Congratulates Master’s Graduate Joe Knott & Welcomes him as the Newest Architectural Designer

Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, announced former intern Joseph (Joe) Knott graduated with a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Temple University in May, 2017 and is joining the Fisher ranks as a full-time architectural designer.
“We are very fortunate to have Joe back as a full-time member of our team,” said Keith Fisher, Fisher Architecture LLC. “We value his strength in customer service, his experience, energy and unique perspective he brings to each project he touches.”
In addition to providing architectural services to clients, Joe will be responsible for overseeing printing applications and equipment, preparing presentations for clients to include animation, rendering and real-time walkthroughs and the creation and revision of construction documents.
Joe started down the Architectural path with an Associate Degree in Architectural Engineering Technology from Delaware Technical Community College and interning for a firm in Delaware. His educational experience included assisting with the planning and design of Temple University Hospital as assistant to the director for Temple University Health Sciences Campus Facilities Management Office. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Facilities Management from Temple University and served as the facilities management intern for the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and ARAMARK Corporation.
“I want to be on the Eastern Shore,” said Knott. “From the very beginning Fisher Architecture offered me an opportunity to assist in the creation of buildings which had a high degree of public visibility and which had a positive impact on the local community.”

For more information on Fisher Architecture LLC visit www.fisherarchitecture.com or call 410/742-0238. To contact Keith Fisher AIA LEED AP, founder Fisher Architecture LLC, email kfisher@fisherarchitecture.com.

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