Denver, CO – MOA Architecture announced the firm’s 35th anniversary and the move to a new downtown Denver address. The firm was founded in 1981 by Robert Outland and Kiyoshi Murata. Since that time, MOA continues to build-upon a distinctly diverse design portfolio, with projects that include healthcare, educational, science+technology, commercial office and much more.
The firm recently celebrated Mr. Outland’s career, upon the announcement of his retirement at the end of the year, at their newly opened, 12,000 square foot offices at 414 14th Street in downtown Denver. Mr. Murata, who now lives in Hawaii, attended the special event, along with hundreds of friends and colleagues.
“The celebration was a great way to recognize an incredible career in architecture, as well as the tremendous character and culture of MOA as we look forward to our future,” said Eric Vogel of MOA. “We have an incredible new space downtown, that will enable us to continue to attract the best minds in the industry, and provide exceptional service to our clients for years to come. MOA is looking forward to our next 35 years with anticipation, energy and excitement.”
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