Williams Blackstock Architects

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Williams Blackstock Architects is a large architecture firm with offices in the former V&W Supply building at 2204 1st Avenue South.

The firm was founded by Bill Williams, who left Giattina Fisher Aycock to start his own firm in 1990. Fellow GA veterans Joel Blackstock and Richard Carnaggio joined in 1994 and 1996, respectively. The firm counted Torchmark and the Drummond Company among its major early clients, and leased space in the Stonegate Building at Torchmark's Liberty Park subdivision.

Carnaggio departed to partner with Tammy Cohen in 1998. The firm moved to its present offices on 1st Avenue South in 2002. By 2013 the company employed 37 people, including 17 registered architects, and was recognized as the city's largest firm.

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