Fisher Architecture was contacted by Harry Metcalf in the Spring of 2015 to begin the schematic design of a Brew Pub / Restaurant facility. The process began with multiple on-site meetings to assess the historical nature of the existing church. The original church was built in 1873 and was owned by Jacob Bell. The goal was to create a design that complemented the church. Externally, the aesthetics of the existing church are to remain in their historical nature, and the exterior of any addition would give the appearance of a function commonly seen with a church in the late 1800’s. The Fisher team worked with the owners to strategize themes. A carriage house design was selected for its function, as well as, the ability to merge the Church’s historical qualities with the Brewery, an up and coming business. The brewery itself duplicates many of the features of the church, such as a steeple tower, Stained Glass Window accents, façade colors, and even a bold red door.

The full article as printed in The Daily Times can be found here:  http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/entertainment/culture/2015/11/13/brewery-saves-belltown-church/75627502/

jasonwatsonSALISBURY, MD – November 17, 2015 – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, announced the addition of Jason A. Watson Sr. to its team of architectural designers.

Watson graduated from Airco Technical Institute and Delaware Technical Community College and has 25 years of work experience in architectural design.  He comes to the Fisher team after time spent working for Labinal Power Systems and other local architectural firms.  Watson has experience as an architectural / structural designer, CADD Technician and a construction quality control representative. 

Watson’s responsibilities at Fisher Architecture include CADD drafting, the development of RFP responses and project manager support.  He looks forward to being a part of a forward looking architectural firm.  In his free time, Jason is an officer in the Hog and Heroes Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to supporting U.S. Military, Public Safety, Wounded Warriors and Emergency Medical workers.  He also spends time volunteering in youth sports programs.  He lives in Salisbury with his wife Kim and three children, Jordan, A.J. and Isabella.

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.  

 

 

SALISBURY, MD – November 2, 2015 – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, today announced the launch of its new website (www.fisherarchitecture.com). 

“We are very excited to launch our new website so we can showcase all our firm has to offer,” said Keith Fisher, Fisher Architecture LLC.  “This site gives us an online presence to show potential clients our capabilities and spectrum of scope that we offer our customers.”

The website offers a breakdown of market sectors from commercial to medical to multi-family housing.  Information is presented on the company, its leadership and community service.  Numerous testimonials from satisfied customers attest to the company’s impact on the region. 

The website was written and designed by a team from SURE Public Relations & Marketing, Spotlight Web Design and Two Rider Design, all of Salisbury, MD.

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.  

 

House

SALISBURY, MD – November 2, 2015 – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, announced the dedication of the newest Habitat for Humanity home at 735 E. Isabella Street (formerly 200 Naylor) in Salisbury, Maryland. 

The design of the 1 story, 3 bedroom and 1.5 bath home was an in-kind donation from Fisher Architecture LLC to Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County.  The design of the home allowed builders to take advantage of efficient construction practices and provide an opportunity for the family to easily maintain the home for years to come.  This is the third design Fisher has donated to a Habitat build. 

“We believe in the Habitat mission of providing opportunity to make home ownership a reality for anyone,” said Keith Fisher, Fisher Architecture LLC.  “When a family works hard to invest in their future with support from the community it makes the end result something to be proud of and cherish that much more.  Fisher Architecture is happy to be a part of this process and moment in time for the Zickafoose family.”

The Zickafoose family was selected as the Partner family for the Isabella Street home.  Wayne and Susie Zickafoose have been married for 46 years and have raised their grandson, Kevin, since he was a baby. The Zickafooses, who are disabled, lived in Crisfield for the past 16 years and made the move to Salisbury to access health services for their grandson’s learning disabilities.

The fundraising for this house was been led by Susan Megargee, Owner/Broker of Re/Max Crossroads and the Realtors Build 2014 initiative. The Zickafooses were chosen after a rigorous screening process that looks for people who are low income, have a need for decent housing and are willing to partner with Habitat to build their home. Ability to pay is also important because Habitat sells the family the home with a 30-year, no-interest mortgage.

“Not only will having their own home enrich the lives of the Zickafoose family,” said Megargee, “but they will be playing a part in the revitalization of the Church Street neighborhood.” 

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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Construction to begin in one of Delaware’s First Downtown Development Districts

SALISBURY, MD – October 19, 2015 – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, announced the groundbreaking for The Residences at River Place, LLC,  on waterfront property on the Nanticoke River in downtown Seaford, Delaware.

Fisher joined Developers David and Faith Perlmutter, as well as Warren Diamond, Delaware Governor Jack Markell, Seaford City Officials and business and community members at the groundbreaking and ribbon cutting event held this month on the waterfront property at the foot of South North Street in downtown Seaford, Delaware. The $9 million new construction project includes two four story apartment buildings with 72 apartment units, a clubhouse, pool, gym, twelve boat docks and parking for 124 vehicles.

“We are excited to see how the project will take shape and start planning what’s next for Seaford’s downtown business district,” said Keith Fisher, Fisher Architecture LLC. “The Residences at River Place is just the beginning of a master plan that will transform Seaford into a destination with a thriving downtown filled with energy, people and activity.”

The Residence at River Place is one of thirteen awarded Downtown Development District grant funding from the state of Delaware. The $5.6 million grant funds will help downtown revitalization efforts in Seaford, Dover and Wilmington. Delaware Governor Jack Markell announced the state’s $5.6 million is anticipated to leverage more than $114 million in private investment throughout the state.

For developers David and Faith Perlmutter, the town of Seaford was not originally on the radar screen for doing business in until the brother and sister team saw available waterfront property.

“The view is amazing,” said Developer David Perlmutter, Managing Partner of the Residence at River Place. “This is a place where people want to live, work and play. We are excited about this property and the revitalization of downtown Seaford. The city has been extremely welcoming and has made the process seamless from the beginning when all of this was just a vision.”


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

Developer Awards Fisher the Project after Successful Completion of Salisbury Complex

SALISBURY, MD – October, 16, 2015 – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, announced it has been hired to design Mariner Cove Apartments in Fort Pierce, Florida.  Mariner Cover will become a 216 unit apartment complex in what’s called Sunrise City, the hub of St. Lucie County and one of the oldest communities on the east coast of Florida.

The project consists of 216 units, a new club house, pool, fitness and meeting space and playground.  Mariner Cove Apartments will be a gated community with 2-3 bedroom townhouse style units within four unique building types, totaling thirty buildings on site.

“Fisher Architecture takes pride in meeting every client’s needs with superior design, customer service and project management expertise,” said Keith Fisher, Fisher Architecture LLC. “A returning customer is evidence of a satisfied customer and a confirmation of the quality of service our team provides from concept to completion.”

“Fisher Architecture came very highly recommended,” said Mark Ackerman, Mariner Cove Builders, LLC. “When I saw Keith’s work I knew I made the right decision. He was a pleasure to work with as he had all the right answers and just the right amount of energy.”

Fisher Architecture was originally hired by the same developer to design Aydellotte Farm in Salisbury, a pedestrian friendly community with residential units, single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums units.

Mariner Cove Apartment developers have site plan approval and plan to break ground 1st quarter of 2016.   


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

A Fisher Architecture home featured in Metropolitan Magazine! Take a look at the home of Fisher Architecture friends and clients John and Phyllis Kilian. What a fun and exciting challenge it was to help them create their “perfection out of the ashes!”

Go to the Metropolitan Magazine Article.

War Memorial Rendering

War Memorial Rendering

SALISBURY, MD – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, announced its support and design donation of a rendering for the 1955 Wicomico County War Memorial project. 

“This initiative is a very important part of our local history”, said Keith Fisher, Fisher Architecture LLC.  “We were pleased to help with the process of giving new life to this historical landmark in Salisbury.  We look forward to seeing the project come to fruition and becoming a destination in Wicomico County.” 

The 1955 Wicomico County War Memorial was built by County citizens – with help and support of local American Legion and VFW posts.  In October of 2014, a meeting took place to discuss the future of the Memorial and its importance to the community.  As a result of that discussion, the 1955 War Memorial Committee was formed to lead an effort to renovate the Memorial and rededicate it for its 60th anniversary in 2015. 

A find has been established through the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc.  Donations can be made on behalf of the 1955 War Memorial Renovation Project. 

War Memorial Photo

War Memorial Photo

Fisher Architecture would like to thank all of the clients and Salisbury Chamber members who attended last night’s Ribbon Cutting and Open House for their continued support. With such a great turnout, we are excited to announce on behalf of all who attended, Fisher Architecture is donating $5 per person to Adopt A Block, an outreach program organized by Emmanuel Wesleyan Church to provide support, food and community cleanup services in economically challenged neighborhoods.

Here’s to five years in the books and more growth to come!

Keith and Caitlin Fisher presented Mark Thompson from Emmanuel Wesleyan Church with a $1,500 check as a donation to Adopt A Block, An additional $268 was raised through donations made by attendees at the Fisher Architecture Ribbon Cutting and Open House.

Adopt A Block: a movement to change not only the lives of individual people in desperate need, but families, communities, and the entire city. The organization recruits volunteers to help provide a pathway out of addiction, domestic violence, and homelessness for people in need.

Adopt a Block Flyer

Adopt a Block Check PresentationKeith and Caitlin Fisher presented Mark Thompson from Emmanuel Wesleyan Church with a $1,500 check as a donation to Adopt A Block, An additional $268 was raised through donations made by attendees at the Fisher Architecture Ribbon Cutting and Open House.

Adopt A Block: a movement to change not only the lives of individual people in desperate need, but families, communities, and the entire city. The organization recruits volunteers to help provide a pathway out of addiction, domestic violence, and homelessness for people in need.

 



Fisher Architecture LLC, Launches New Mobile Friendly Website

Fisher Architecture LLC, Launches New Mobile Friendly Website

Posted on: November 6, 2015

SALISBURY, MD – November 2, 2015 – Fisher Architecture LLC, a locally owned, experienced architectural firm providing functional design and construction solutions to clients, today announced the launch of its new website (www.fisherarchitecture.com).  “We are very excited to launch our...


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5 Years Growing cake

Fisher Ribbon Cutting

Posted on: September 21, 2015

Fisher Architecture would like to thank all of the clients and Salisbury Chamber members who attended last night’s Ribbon Cutting and Open House for their continued support. With such a great turnout, we are excited to announce on behalf of...


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Adopt a Block – Check Presentation

Posted on: September 20, 2015

Keith and Caitlin Fisher presented Mark Thompson from Emmanuel Wesleyan Church with a $1,500 check as a donation to Adopt A Block, An additional $268 was raised through donations made by attendees at the Fisher Architecture Ribbon Cutting and Open...


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