2014

May 2014

Team MOA Welcomes New Team Member

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We are thrilled to announce that Bret Kudlicki has joined team MOA. He holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver, and was recently awarded the Arthur A. and Florence G. Fisher, AIA, Traveling Scholarship through the Architectural Education Foundation of AIA Colorado. With the scholarship, he plans to travel to Barcelona, Spain and study the modern interventions at the Basilica of La Sagrada Familia, the seminal work of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi.

Bret’s 15 plus years of experience in academic, healthcare and public projects will help him as he jumps in as the Senior Project Manager for a large mixed use development in Williston, ND. Welcome to the team Bret!!

May 2014

Design the Modern Board Event 2014

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MOA had a great time at the Design the Modern Board event hosted by Workplace Resource. Five of our team members submitted their designs (we think all 5 were amazing!) And although none of the designs submitted took first place, it was still a fun, creative event with all proceeds going to the non-profit organization SOS Outreach.

The SOS Outreach program is designed to inspire youth to make positive decisions for more successful lives through outdoor activities… like snowboarding.

Apr 2014

Groundbreaking for CAPS/Roosevelt High School

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MOA team members joined parents, students, faculty and the Casper community at the ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Roosevelt High School and Center for Advanced and Professional Studies (CAPS). The school, which will be located in southwest Casper, is scheduled to open its doors to students in January 2016. We are thrilled to be part of such an exciting and monumental project!

http://trib.com/news/local/casper/article_2fdef90e-2b96-5aca-81fc-291eed580db5.html

Apr 2014

Uganda Trip 2014

MOA ARCHITECTURE is an architecture firm that believes in quality educational experiences and a quality of life for all, which is why we sponsored two employees to travel to Uganda to help build a new school for Immanuel Children’s Center, an orphanage. We can’t thank everyone enough for the help we received in giving to these children.  From organizing the benefit, donating items, and giving donations, we couldn’t be more proud to know such inspiring people!  $7,000 and 84 soccer balls later, made for some very happy children!