Bill Moser, NCARB, AIA founded the firm in 1986 and has more than 30 years of architectural design experience. Bill’s specialty areas include higher education, local government, parks & recreation, religious facilities, planning and office/industrial.
Ken Mayer, FAIA, LEED AP has more than 30 years of design leadership experience and has been a Principal at MMPA since 1987. Ken’s specialty areas include higher education, public intermodal transit passenger and maintenance facilities, historic renovation/adaptive reuse and LEED Certified design. Ken is the 2015 President of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
Alan Cox, AIA is a seasoned architect with more than 30 years of experience. He joined MMPA in 1987 and is a Principal and the firm’s Director of Architecture. Under this role, Alan’s diligence and resourcefulness in dealing with unusual and sometimes difficult design issues has facilitated the successful completion of many projects. Alan’s expertise includes education, campus food service, museums, exhibits, zoos and aquariums.
Interior Design Services, Space Needs Assessments, Programming
Cheryl Graeub, IIDA, LEED AP joined the firm in 2007, and is a Principal and Interior Design Services Director. Her experience includes higher education, industrial, medical, office, government, and private sector clients. She understands the materials required to create a building that will withstand heavy usage and that will be both secure and welcoming at the same time.
Interior Design Services create interior settings to accommodate a client’s intended use of a particular space and encompasses a number of services, any or all of which may be applicable to a given project. These services may be needed to accommodate an organizational change, to achieve a certain level of distinctiveness, or to modernize or renovate building interiors.
Building services include offerings such as programming, development of project goals, facility surveys, space allocation studies and way-finding strategies. Interior Design and Interior Architecture services includes color and material selection, development of design concepts, lighting design, and FF&E (Furniture, Fixture & Equipment) selection and specification. Construction Documentation and Project Management are also a part of the Interior Design Services at MMPA; these services include code review and analysis, specification writing, interior detailing, millwork and casework design, coordination of other professionals, budget development & control, contractor procurement, scheduling and quality control.