Since 1986, Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates has been a regional leader in architecture, interior design, engineering and planning across North Carolina and beyond. Visit our portfolio for a representative sample of our work and learn more about the people that make it happen.


Meet the Moser Mayer Phoenix Design Team


Portfolio of architecture, interior design and engineering projects


Learn more about Moser Mayer Phoenix projects


Keep up to date with Moser Mayer Phoenix news


Moser Mayer Phoenix is a regional leader in the design of:

  • higher education classrooms, activity centers and residence halls
  • campus food service and dining
  • campus athletics facilities and pools
  • intermodal passenger and vehicle maintenance facilities
  • local government buildings
  • courthouses, police and fire operations
  • parks and recreation
  • religious facilities
  • exhibits, museums, zoos and aquariums
  • corporate offices
  • manufacturing facilities
  • medical office and laboratories


  • architecture
  • interior design
  • mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire sprinkler engineering
  • planning
  • feasibility studies
  • energy modeling and commissioning
  • LEED certification and sustainable design
  • building envelope consulting
  • design leadership and community development facilitation


  • “…professionalism, honesty, fairness and integrity. Your staff always handle themselves as professionals.”

    Laughlin-Sutton Construction
  • “Their non-adversarial approach to problem-solving is greatly appreciated…”

    Rentenbach Constructors, Inc.
  • “I appreciate the vision and the team concept which characterizes your firm.”

    City of Burlington
  • “I have consistently received technically and professionally excellent service from the firm and plan to use them on future projects.”

    AMP Incorporated
  • “MMPA has continually provided (our) companies with excellent technical and professional service.”

    Burlington Chemical Co. & Burlington Research, Inc.
  • “This technically complex job would have been impossible without your creative solutions to difficult design problems”

    Duke University