Scott Dicus, AIA, LEED AP, Partner
Scott joined ANF in 1988 after graduating from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelors degree in Architecture. Over the years he has designed and managed extensive transportation, distribution, and airport-related work locally and throughout the country for FedEx.
Scott has been instrumental in projects for clients such as AT&T, and Discover Card as well as several Mid-south bank branches. He has also headed projects across the United States for Viking Range Corporation, Airport Wireless, and Palm Inc. Scott has recently been involved with healthcare and rehabilitation facilities for Tennessee Health Management.
In addition to his work at ANF, Scott is involved with neighborhood community groups and serves on the Board of Directors for two local alumni chapters of the University of Arkansas. Scott is a member of the AIA and is a LEED AP.
Amanda Whitaker, AIA, Project Manager
Amanda joined ANF in 2001 after receiving her Bachelors degree in Architecture from Auburn University. She obtained her Architectural Registration from the State of Tennessee in 2005. While at ANF, Amanda has managed a variety of projects with a focus on Higher Education. Amanda has worked closely with Christian Brothers University to develop a comprehensive Master Plan. She has been involved in a number of projects with CBU, including the Cooper-Wilson Science Center. Amanda has also worked with Memphis College of Art to design the Nesin Graduate Center and Hyde Gallery. Her work with University of Memphis includes the Community Health Facility, as well as the Art and Communication Gallery. Amanda has also managed a wide range of projects in other disciplines, including corporate design work for Federal Express, Renasant Bank, Trust One Bank, and laboratory work for Antech Diagnostic, among others.