March 14, 3/14, or Pi Day! MOA team members went through endless pi-sibilites and brought in the pie they thought would take the cake! We had six pies competing in our Denver office and two pies competing in our Casper office. After much debate the winner in Casper was Brandon’s “Chocolate and Peanut Butter Reese Cup Pie” while in the Denver office Bret’s “Dutch Apple Pie with a Kick” was the clear winner! We almost didn’t get a picture with the winner and his pie before it was all gone!
Our built environment has an origin story all its own, and architecture, for every instance in and of itself will have an equally rich origin story. This is the basis of inside the architect’s studio. To explore the people and stories that shape our built environment. Over the course of this series teammates will interview the Partners of MOA and explore architecture from the conservative to the avant-garde, from the simple to the complex, from the small to the sublime, as we attempt to engage the broad world of design.
This week we were able to get a glimpse into the life and mind of MOA’s Principal and Partner, Jere Eggleston.
We did it! The MOA Health & Wellness Committee set up a wonderful day for our team to set out and conquer a 14’ner, Grays Peak! Some of our group went on and summited two, by saddling over to Torreys! We couldn’t have asked for better weather! What an accomplishment! So proud of our team!
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.