Apr 2016

Red Rocks Community College Health Campus



MOA is honored to be a part of this great project and community. Just a few more months to go!


Apr 2016

Team MOA Welcomes Two New Members

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Apr 2016

MOA Dimensions Award Consultants of the Year 2015

IMG_1099The MOA DIMENSIONS AWARDS are given each year in celebration and recognition of those clients, consultants and contractors who share our commitment to live and work with the highest character, respect and integrity; who perform their responsibilities in the highest manner, and who recognize the important responsibility we have in the community as building owners, design and construction professionals beyond the immediacy and needs of any single project.

MOA is pleased to announce KL&A, Inc. as the MOA Dimensions Award – Consultant of the Year 2015.

KL&A is a Rocky Mountain regional company of consulting structural engineers and builders. They are known for creative and economical design in all common and many not-so-common building materials, and for their breadth of services centered on the craft of structure, including construction. KL&A’s core values are driven by trusting relationships, elegance in structural design, simplicity in construction, and the art of architecture.

Mar 2016

Team Member Recognition

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Congratulations to MOA teammate Tim Barr! He won the award for Business Developer of the Year at The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), Colorado Chapter; annual Marketing Excellence Awards. Over 180 guests were on hand to celebrate the firms and the individuals who won awards. Tim was nominated by a third party and selected amongst a pool of nominees by a distinguished panel of industry judges for his achievements in the following areas of practice:
• Strategic planning
• Fostering/building client relationships
• Screening and classifying prospects
• Securing new and ongoing work with clients
• Interpreting and applying market knowledge for strategic advantage
• Client perception studies and effective responses