Congratulations to Chris Schilling!
Already a licensed architect and LEED BD+C Accredited Professional, Chris has become a WELL Accredited Professional – denotes expertise in the WELL Building standard and a commitment to advancing human health and wellness in buildings and communities. Way to go Chris!
The Pathways Innovation Center and Roosevelt High School project in Casper, Wyoming (designed in collaboration with Cuningham Group) was awarded “Citation of Excellence” and was published in Learning by Design magazine in partnership with the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education.
Congratulations to MOA teammates Rena Foster, Leah Medina, Joseph Palmer, Daniela Baron and William Weiner who all passed their Board Exams and became licensed Architects in 2017! And congratulations to Kelly Tornes who received her NCIDQ certification (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) – the professional standard for interior designers!
MOA bowled strikes with Sierra Elementary School teachers to show appreciation for faculty this week. Kicking off the holiday season, the team celebrated by hurling an 11-pound frozen turkey down the bowling lane!
In addition to teacher appreciation, Sierra Elementary celebrates their new building that opened for school this fall. MOA Architecture has worked with the school since January 2016 on their two-story 50,000-sf addition that expands the existing cafeteria and supports administration and K-6 learning through a new STEM-focused library media center, grade-level breakout spaces, a new art room and 30 classrooms. MOA and GH Phipps Construction Companies continue to work on-site to demolish the existing building and install the new playgrounds, parking lots and fields. We’re excited to celebrate Sierra Elementary’s success!