Congratulations to our friends (and teammates) at Fabricon, LLC who received the 2014 International Achievement Award (IAA) for design excellence in specialty fabrics applications for their work on Rosebud Tribal Veteran’s Cemetery Committal Shelter near Mission, South Dakota.
The Committal Shelter, designed by MOA, is part of the first Tribal Veteran’s Cemetery in the United States. It is a quiet, dignified pavilion designed as a contemporary interpretation of a tipi and provides a temporary shelter from the elements for an internment service to honor and respect the individual.
To see all the winning projects click here http://www.ifaipublications.com/iaa/
In just two short days, MOA’s Director of Design, Jack Mousseau and the other members of team MOAwesome completed a total of 160 miles in the Wyoming Bike MS Ride. The team was able to raise over $3400.00 for multiple sclerosis research and other services supported by the National MS Society.
Well done on completing such an amazing ride for a great cause!!
MOA team members took a field trip to check out the progress on the Denver School of Science and Technology Campus at Colorado Heights. The high school is set to open in just a couple of weeks on August 25. It along with the middle school, whose doors opened last fall, are both part of a larger campus with Colorado Heights University.