Lee Askew III, FAIA, Partner
Lee, a founder of Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects, is a native Memphian, class of 61 at Central High School, Eagle Scout, graduate of Tulane University, and former student at the Architectural Association in London. After serving for two years abourd the USS Enterprise, he worked in Sydney, Australia for two years before returning to the United States. Lee serves on civic boards including RiverArtsFest, Levitt Shell Board of Advisors, Delta Arts, Memphis Regional Design Center, and as a troop advisor to the Boy Scouts. He is a past President of AIA-Memphis and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
William Bert Ferguson, AIA, Partner
Bill Ferguson, a founder of Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects, earned a Masters degree in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelors degree in Arts and Humanities from Emory University. Since 1980 he has headed ANF projects for Christian Brothers University, Shelby County and Memphis City Schools, International Paper, Wal-Mart, City of Memphis, Friends For Life, FedEx, American Contract Bridge League, University of Tennessee and Memphis College of Art. Outside of ANF, Bill has been involved with Les Passees Center for Children and Families, Arts Memphis, CBU Visual Arts Committee, International Facility Management Association, Memphis University School Alumni, AIA-Memphis board, and as board chair of TheaterWorks, The Shepherd's School, AIA National Practice-Education Workshops, and Memphis Regional Design Center.