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Dunaway Williams Architects launches new practice in Jackson



JSW Architecture expands with new partnership and office in Belhaven

Dunaway Williams Architects, PLLC has launched a new practice in the Belhaven area of Jackson as an expansion and rebranding of JSW Architecture, PLLC  to address the increasing need for superior, experienced architectural services, with an emphasis on healthcare.  Seasoned architect Scott Williams, is partnering with architect Carley Crigler Dunaway creating the new firm. 

With more than 25 years of industry experience, Williams is a graduate of Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture. Following graduation, he joined the Jackson firm of Foil Wyatt Architects.  At Foil Wyatt Architects he developed his skills working his way up to project manager and their in-house healthcare expert.   Originally from Mauldin, SC., Williams currently resides with his Michelle and son Sawyer in the Belhaven area of Jackson.  He is also active as an assistant scout master in his son’s boy scout troop helping young men develop important life skills.

A native of Starkville, Miss., Dunaway also received her bachelors’ of Architecture from Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art and Design. Following graduation, she joined Foil Wyatt Architects, during which time she gained more than a decade of experience.  Dunaway is an active member of the Delta Gamma Sorority Jackson Alumnae Association and the Mississippi State Chapter of Delta Gamma’s House Corp. She resides with her husband and young son in the Belhaven area of Jackson, where she has remodeled her 1930s bungalow.

Both Dunaway and Williams are members of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and  licensed in Mississippi.  Their healthcare experience in the state includes The MRI Center for Bienville Orthopedic Specialists in Gautier, the Cole Facial Clinic & Skin Care in Flowood, and Faces, PLLC in Ridgeland.  During their time at Foil Wyatt- Dunaway and Williams worked on major renovations and new construction projects at Meridian’s Anderson Regional Medical Center and renovations and new construction for the Ocean Springs Hospital in Ocean Springs.  As well as, projects such as the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library at Mississippi State University, South Central Regional Medical Center in Laurel, Translational Research Center at  the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC), and veterinary schools at Tuskegee University, Auburn University , Murray State University  and Purdue University.

Current projects at Dunaway Williams Architects, PLLC include a new Ambulatory Surgery Center for Bienville Orthopedic Specialists in Gautier, a project for Key Constructors, LLC in Canton involving master planning of a new campus including corporate offices, shop and storage buildings, and interior renovation of Women’s Health Associates, PLLC in Flowood.

“My approach to architecture has always been client focused,” remarked Dunaway.  “From location and budget to addressing the needs of the clients and those they serve, I ensure we have a comprehensive understanding of each projection, while ensuring that overall aesthetics and function are not compromised. I am pleased to be able to partner with someone who agrees that every project should begin with the client’s vision and end with their satisfaction.”

While Dunaway and Williams have an extensive background in the healthcare industry, they also have immense experience in the design of business and industrial buildings, educational facilities, and personal homes.  Learn more about their work at https://www.dunawaywilliams.comwww.dunawaywilliams.com.


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