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.

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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
  • Mechanical, Plumbing, Fire, and Electrical Engineering Design
  • Interior Design Services and Space Needs Planning
  • Adaptive Reuse
  • High Performance Buildings and Energy Modeling
  • Site Selection and Landscape Design
  • Feasibility Studies, Building Envelope Consulting, 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