Dorsey Architects and Associates is an architecture firm founded in 1999 by Clay Dorsey. The company's offices are located in the Liberty House Lofts (Collins & Co. building) at 2301 1st Avenue North, having relocated from the Age-Herald Building at 2107 5th Avenue North.
Dorsey provided a rendering for a domed stadium proposed by state representative John Rogers and later submitted a proposal to the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Board to design a 57,500-seat multi-purpose arena in collaboration with two other firms. The group was not selected as one of the finalists to design the building, as the board chose HOK Sport of Kansas City, Missouri. Dorsey came away from the process believing that his company was not given fair consideration.
- 120 McDonald's restaurants
- St Paul's Lutheran Church
- Athletic facility for Wenonah High School
- Renovations to Tuggle Elementary School
- Renovations to Hill Elementary School
- Renovations to W. J. Christian School, 2008
- Daniel Payne Town Center, master planning, 2008
- Trinity Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, 2014
- Birmingham Fire Station No. 18, 2015
- Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting Station, Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport
- Calton Hill townhomes
- Williams, Roy L. (January 6, 2008) "Birmingham's Dorsey Architects wants fair shot at BJCC arena work." The Birmingham News
- Williams, Roy L. (February 1, 2009) "Birmingham architect should head dome project to express symbolic statement,' one of them says." The Birmingham News
- Dorsey Architects website