Bundy, Young, Sims & Potter, Inc is a professional architectural firm providing a full spectrum of architecture, planning, and interior design services to a diverse client base comprised of nationally recognized local and regional entities."Bundy, Young, Sims & Potter, Inc.'s mission is to provide its clients unequaled architectural services on a highly professional level. Whether your vision is a small addition or large complex project, clients can expect to work closely with creative, well-trained, knowledgeable and motivated staff members who share a strong commitment to deliver superior products and services in a consistent, cost-effective and time-efficient manner."Founded in Wichita Falls in 1982, the company is known for its experience and expertise in the design of medical clinics, assisted living centers, nursing facilities, college campuses, K-12 schools, office buildings, municipal buildings, churches and hospital design. The firm dedicates time and resources to establish and maintain a defined systematic approach to achieving consistently superior services. Embracing a philosophy of continuous improvement and Total Quality Management through teamwork, the firm empowers its employees, individually and collectively, to identify and recommend solutions to problems that affect the quality of its services.Under the leadership of the firm's three principals and three associate principals, the company's successful reputation is evidenced through repeat client business, steady growth, prestigious design awards and community confidence. The firm is licensed to practice architecture in Texas, and nine other states including Alabama, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Oklahoma, Mississippi, West Virginia, Georgia and Missouri.The firm is registered as a Standard Corporation in Texas managed by its Board of directors including Dick Bundy, AIA President, Rick Sims, AIA Vice-President, and David Potter, AIA Vice-President. The firm owns its office building at 1005 Ninth Street, in Wichita Falls and maintains excellent working relationships within the community.