The Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce presented Fitzpatrick Architects with the Small Business of the Year award for 2021-2022, highlighting not only their design influence in the community, but also their community service initiatives.

Fitzpatrick Architects believes that great design is not stagnant. It should be built on a foundation that moves people. That begins by actively listening and collaborating with clients. Working together, striving to create living, breathing, spaces that drive innovation and stir the imagination

Fitzpatrick has influenced design and promoted the future with community shaping projects for clients such as:

The University of Texas at Tyler – New Medical School & School of Nursing

Smith County – The New Courthouse Proposal and Support Facilities

The City of Tyler – The New W. T. Brookshire Conference Center and Bergfeld Park Centene Amphitheater

Tyler Junior College – New Rogers Palmer Performing Arts Center, New School of Culinary Arts, & The Energy Center

Tyler ISD – Tyler High, Boulter Middle School, and Hubbard Middle School

and Corporate Flagships such as Trane Technologies and Brookshire’s FRESH.

As a community service initiative in 2015, Fitzpatrick championed visionary planning for Downtown Tyler, promoting the quality of life and the associated improved economic development. This initiative has become an incubator for numerous adaptive reuse projects including People’s Petroleum Building, Plaza Tower, The Foundry, and residential projects The Carlton and West Oak townhomes, with the first look at recreation and people focused projects in the downtown city center spurring growth, redevelopment, and new speculative interests for Tyler.

Fitzpatrick is a proud partner company of United Way of Smith County.

AUTHOR: John Berry
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