About The Firm

Fred M. Humphrey and Associates, Inc. has been providing architectural services in Florida since 1974. Mr. Humphrey was in private practice in South Florida, beginning in 1966 where he performed architectural services for Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami School of Medicine and Palm Springs Hospital. Principals in the firm are Fred M. Humphrey and Roseann Latta, both registered architects and actively practice full time in the firm.

In 1983 FMHA provided architectural services for modification and additions to the Navy Hospital and Recruit Outpatient Clinic at the Naval Training Center in Orlando, Florida. In 1985 the firm provided construction documents for a large laundry for Orlando Regional Medical Center to serve five of its facilities. This began a long lasting working relationship with the hospital that continues today. Since then, the firm has provided architectural services for a broad range of projects including emergency department expansions, an outpatient physical therapy clinic, three endoscopy suites, an 8-story parking structure on the ORMC campus, over thirty radiology, cardiology and nuclear medicine projects, additions and alterations to the food services, information services and nursing units.

Commitment in creative and functional designs is evident within our repeat clientele. FMHA develops well designed conceptual plans and documents to reflect the owner’s vision. Successful project completion is apparent by the satisfaction of our clients. With a combination of professional architectural experience and the talents of our consultants and engineers, FMHA designs a variety of Projects to achieve our clients needs.

It is FMHA’s goal to provide professional architectural services to the community and its environment. Upon this foundation, we ensure a common objective for all involved.