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1981 - 1985
Kiyoshi Murata and Robert Outland found Murata Outland Associates.
Orchard Falls Office Building, the firm’s first commission.
Carrara Place Office Building.
Ralston Elementary School Renovation, the first of over 200 PK-12 education projects to come.
1986 - 1990
Westminster City Hall, winner of Gold Nugget Award of Merit in the Office/Professional Building category.
Denver Place Athletic Club
MOA publishes “Understanding Elderly Housing” report, with research based on site visits to 40 projects across the continental US.
1991 - 1995
University of Colorado Nuclear Laboratory Renovation, the firm’s first higher education project.
Firm co-founder Kiyoshi Murata retires from MOA.
Kevin Sullivan named Principal and Director of PK-12 Studio.
1996 - 2000
Barry Koury named Principal.
Family Sports Center, home training ice for the Colorado Avalanche.
Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building, MOA’s first project on the Fitzsimons Innovation Campus in Aurora, CO.
Jere Eggleston and Greg Markling named Principals.
2001 - 2005
VISA USA Headquarters and Data Center / Innovant Data Center.
Jack Mousseau joins firm as Principal and Director of Design.
Discovery Canyon PK-12 Campus, teamed with Antoine Predock.
UCHealth A.F. Williams Family Medicine Clinic, the firm’s first healthcare project.
2006 - 2010
Kevin Sullivan awarded Planner of the Year by the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE).
The Signature Centre, the first LEED Platinum speculative office project in the western US.
Robert Outland named President of the American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers.
Jack Mousseau named President of A4LE.
MOA establishes our Leadership Development Program.
MOA opens an office in Casper, WY.
2011 - 2015
DaVita World Headquarters receives NAIOP Colorado Office Development of the Year award.
MOA establishes its Giving by Design program.
Health Professions & Sciences Building at Red Rocks Community College.
Bioscience 2, the first of five bioscience projects on the Fitzsimons Innovation Campus.
Brian Konczak and Eric Vogel named Principals.
Jessica Blanford named Principal.
Firm co-founder Robert Outland retires from MOA.
Pathways Innovation Center / Roosevelt Alternative High School wins AIA Wyoming Award of Excellence, A4LE Award for Project Distinction, and the Learning by Design Citation of Excellence.
Woodward Drake Campus wins Design-Build Institute of America, Rocky Mountain Chapter Merit Award.
Katie Vander Putten named Principal.
Jack Mousseau awarded Planner of the Year by the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE).
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