Brandon Bishop graduated from Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture in 2003 and joined the firm in 2006. His professional design experience includes the planning and design of municipal, educational, governmental, corporate, manufacturing, and medical facilities. Brandon’s latest projects include the University of Mississippi’s Recreation Center, Toyota Visitors Center, and Tupelo Aquatic Center. Brandon has volunteered with the Tupelo Main Street Association since 2007 and currently holds the title of Vice President on the Board of Directors. During his tenure as Design Committee Chair, he helped develop Tupelo Main Street’s Design Guidelines and worked with the City of Tupelo to incorporate those guidelines into the local building codes. Brandon’s passion for design and his understanding of the intricate aspects of architecture and engineering strengthens the JBHM team.