Fisher Architecture Transforms Main Place Building into Perdue Learning University

Posted on - May 18, 2017


Interior design includes digital collaborative classrooms and meeting spaces

SALISBURY, MD – May 18, 2017 – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, announced the opening of the newly renovated Perdue Learning University in the Main Place building on the corner of East Main Street and Poplar Hill Avenue in downtown Salisbury.   

The Fisher Architecture designed 5,000-square-foot-space provides multiple flexible training and community meeting spaces.  The center is equipped with integrated smart boards and cutting edge audio-visual resources.  The principal training room provides enough space for up to 100 people.  Other classrooms in the center hold up to 40 associates and additional space provides small meeting areas and offices for staff members, a small kitchen and storage space.   

“It’s a gorgeous space,” said Kathryn DankoLord, Perdue, senior director.  “We are thrilled with the interior renovations Fisher Architecture made to our new downtown learning space, called Perdue Learning University.  I am excited to have a training space that will allow my associates to learn and grow in a professional and exploratory rich environment.”

Perdue associates from different levels of management will come from across the country to utilize the learning center.  It will provide them with the opportunity to develop their professional skills, further their careers and contribute to the local economy by supporting businesses in downtown Salisbury.  

“Gone are the days when a classroom packed with desks and a podium is an acceptable learning space,” said Keith Fisher, Fisher Architecture.  “We had the pleasure of transforming the space in the Main Place building into a learning space that fosters innovative thinking and collaboration.”

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

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