Congratulations to Brian Konczak, RA, LEED AP and Eric Vogel, RA, LEED AP who have earned the appointment to Associate of MOA. Brian has been with MOA since 2003 rising through the ranks from Architectural Intern to his current position of Architect II/Project Manager. Brian is currently the project manager for the Englewood High School Addition and Renovation. Eric joined MOA in Jan 2008 and is a Senior Designer. Eric is the lead designer on the Englewood High School Addition and Renovation and has been instrumental in the design of several projects including the DaVita Headquarters Building.
The crew once again showed their creative and artistic carving skills for the annual pumpkin carving contest. In their own little shop of horrors, Rachel Gerhart, Jennifer Leatherbury and Jessica Blanford crafted “Audrey II” as the winning entry. Thanks to our celebrity judging panel for their fair and unbiased selection…yeah right. Go to our Facebook page and vote for who you think should have won!
Principal Jack Mousseau completed the inaugural “Double Triple Bypass” bike ride on July 9 & 10. For 23 years the traditional “Triple Bypass” is a 120 mile ride from Evergreen to Avon, Colorado traversing three of Colorado’s highest paved passes with over 10,000 feet of vertical climb: Squaw (11,140 feet), Loveland (11,990 feet) and Vail (10,560 feet). For the first time this year, for those who dare…and Jack dared…a return ride the second day was held, hence the “Double Triple Bypass”. The ride provides significant charitable contributions to non-profit organizations throughout Colorado.
Brandon Daigle, Assoc AIA, LEED AP has joined the MOA team to support our growing Wyoming Regional Office servicing the northern plains and Rocky Mountain region. Brandon, native to Casper, holds a BS Design (Architectural Studies) from Arizona State University and an M.Arch from the University of Colorado at Denver.