Bill Fuller Architect

"Listen to the client".

Why Us?


Bill Fuller, a professional architect, has had thirty-five years of experience in planning a variety of different facilities, including churches, and daycare centers.  Mr. Fuller's experience includes site analysis, project programming, site planning, schematic design, design development, production drawings, specifications, and contract administration. Bill Fuller became a member of the American Institute of Architects, both locally and nationally, and a member of the Tennessee Society of Architects as an associate in 1975 and professionally in 1979.


Have you ever heard someone refer to an architect's "signature" design?  It is an indication of such a distinctive style that people immediately know the architect who designed it.  You cannot help but wonder if the architect sometimes sacrifices his client's best interests in order to perpetuate his style.  Bill Fuller, on the other hand, feels that the church community is best served by a design that reflects a response the particular church's needs.  He believes that churches should be erected to the glory of God, not to the architect who designed the church. Bill Fuller will provide you with a building that maintains a delicate balance of function, aesthetics, and cost effectiveness.


Bill Fuller, Architect is a small firm by design, so that all dealings throughout the project are with the owner of the firm.  Unlike larger firms where the principal of the firm meets with clients initially then turns the project over to office staff, Bill Fuller will be hands-on through every aspect of the project, serving as project manager. 

· He will meet with the building committee to create the design that meets the needs of the church family.

· He will work directly with all engineers, civil and structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing. 

· He will work with his drafting staff on drawing the project. 

Bill Fuller will direct the project and you will be dealing with Bill throughout the course of the project.  You will receive top priority and strict attention from the architectural and engineering team as it works on your project as it has worked so successfully on numerous others.


Architecture should be a service profession.  All of the buildings that Bill Fuller designs look different.  No particular style of architecture is common, not just because of different site constraints, budgets, building types or materials used.  The reason is that Bill Fuller believes he is a tool for the Lord.  He allows no personal ego to be expressed over the desires of his client. 

LISTEN TO THE CLIENT is his motto.  Every church family has a different personality and the architecture should match that personality. This is where true service begins