MOA’s Far Northeast Campus #28 project, a PK-8 school in Denver, has received a prestigious ENR Mountain States award in the K-12 Education category. Submitted by the project’s contractor, Adolfson & Peterson Construction, the project was in competition with submissions from across Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, and North Dakota. The nine-member jury, drawn from across the A/E/C industry, selected winners and merit awards from 124 total entries.
According to ENR, submitted projects are chosen on the basis of “design and construction quality, contribution to the community and the industry and how [the project teams] overcame unusual challenges through teamwork and innovation.”
Far Northeast Campus #28 is notable for the tremendous teamwork between the client, Denver Public Schools, Adolfson & Peterson, and MOA, designing and delivering the project in 15 months and under budget. Recognized projects will appear in the October issue of ENR Mountain States, and winners will be honored at a breakfast awards events in Denver and Salt Lake City in the coming weeks.
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 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
MOA is ranked again by DesignIntelligence as one of the top 333 design firms in America as published in their 2016 Almanac of Architecture & Design!
The Almanac lists the top 1,000 Architecture firms in the U.S. based on annual billings, size of staff, locations, and principal leaders.
The Almanac then ranks the top 333 firms from that list.