Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates (MMPA) is excited to announce that the company is becoming part of the architecture, engineering, planning firm Clark Patterson Lee (CPL). The Greensboro location will be CPL’s 13th office. Principals William D. Moser, Jr., AIA, Kenneth C. Mayer, Jr., FAIA, Thomas H. Phoenix, PE, J. Alan Cox, AIA, Cheryl S. Graeub, IIDA and their team of twenty design professionals will join CPL on November 1, 2017. MMPA, Greensboro’s largest AE firm, was established in 1986 as a full-service design firm and serves clients in North Carolina and Virginia. With the addition of MMPA, CPL will continue to expand its footprint in the southeastern United States. CPL was founded in 1975 in Rochester, NY and today, with the new Greensboro location, is a 330-person full-service design firm with 13 offices including Charlotte, NC, Raleigh, NC, Greenville, SC and Atlanta, GA.
The two firms’ service offerings are complementary with notable project portfolios featuring award winning designs. In addition to the expertise MMPA provides to its clients in North Carolina and Virginia, expanded design expertise will include Healthcare, K-12 Schools, Transportation Engineering, Civil/Municipal Engineering and Landscape Architecture. The MMPA team will immediately be integrated into project work in mutually overlapping markets. Both firms have outstanding reputations in the design of Education, Corporate, Municipal, Transportation and Recreation/Athletic Facilities.
MMPA’s signature projects in Greensboro include First National Bank Field, the J. Douglas Galyon Multimodal Center, Center Pointe, EcoLab corporate offices, the Greensboro Science Center SciQuarium, Hayes Taylor YMCA, and Union Square Campus. In addition, the firm has completed multiple projects for the City of Greensboro, Guilford County, Guilford College, UNCG and GTCC. In High Point, MMPA’s work includes the YWCA renovations, Holland House Showroom, Suites at Market Square, Market Square on Main, and multiple projects for the City of High Point. MMPA has served local government, non-profit organizations, corporate, higher education and recreation clients throughout North Carolina and Virginia.
Some of CPL’s signature projects in the southeast include the Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC), South Carolina State Museum (Columbia, SC), Mercedes-Benz Stadium Pedestrian Bridge (Atlanta, GA), Dalton State College-Wright School of Business, Atlanta Motorsports Park-Trackside Business Center (Atlanta, GA) and the Pratt & Whitney Training Facility at Columbus Technical College (Columbus, GA).
In the northeastern US, CPL is designing the new $253 million Sands-Constellation Critical Care Center addition for the Rochester Regional Health System (Rochester, NY), the $57 million Seneca Park Zoo Expansion (Rochester, NY) and the $80 million renovation/expansion of the Orange County Government Center (Goshen, NY).
It is anticipated that the Greensboro office will grow by 15% over the next 18 months dependent on backlog and new business initiatives.