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in 1981, was created with the idea that excellent design should
be complemented by equally strong technical execution and project delivery. Over thirty years later, MOA is synonymous with well-designed projects that are responsive to programs and sensitive to budget constraints. Today, with offices in Denver, Colorado and Casper, Wyoming, MOAâ€™s expertise includes planning and design for commercial office, mixed-use and retail, healthcare, educational, and industrial projects. We have designed more than 24 million square feet of facilities at a total construction cost in excess of $1.6 billion.
da v ita world head q uarters
cooper lighti n g corporate head q uarters
esigned around the theme of Community, the new DaVita World Headquarters is a unique workplace environment where DaVita “Teammates” work in neighborhoods designed to promote the DaVita culture. A major organizing element of the building is the sustainable, life giving connection of earth and sky, and the sustainable connection between DaVita’s cultural expression and all DaVita teammates. Interior seasonal multi-story gardens create a vertical connection through the building. DaVita teammates receive sustaining daylight and maintain a visual and emotional connection with all Teammates even though separated by multiple floors. The DaVita Headquarters is LEED Gold Certified, in recognition of their commitment to sustainability. The DaVita World Headquarters is located along the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver. It’s relationship to the striking Millennium Bridge creates a major focal point on the Denver skyline.
450,000 total sf
ooper Lighting presented a design challenge to MOA: transform a high-bay warehouse building into a state-of-the-art divisional corporate headquarters building with product showrooms, collaboration spaces, and flexible office solutions, along with full manufacturing facilities, all on a very tight occupancy schedule. The result was a LEED certified facility with carefully integrated spaces that not only improve occupant efficiency but also enhance on-site marketing opportunities in providing an effective environment to highlight over 100 different LED lighting fixture types manufactured by Cooper. Interior spaces feature day-lit two-story volumes to enhance the collaboration between design and marketing departments on different floors. Phased bid packages allowed for early procurement of long-lead items and an on-time commencement of construction activities.
212,000 total sf
u n i v ersit y ph y sicia n s , I n c . I I
his cM/Gc project is the first privately developed office building on the Fitzsimons campus.
Designed to fit within tight site constraints, the 4-story office building is integrated with the surrounding early- to mid-twentieth century civic architecture by measures including a dark brick exterior. upi, a nonprofit corporation that handles administrative and billing matters for the university of colorado’s hospital system, occupies about 65,000 sf, and children’s hospital leases 30,000 sf of office space.
120,000 total sF
hen the VA took over the original University Physicians, Inc. building, UPI approached their original design team (MOA) to develop their new facility. UPI’s new headquarters includes a 6-story office building and a 4-tier parking structure. Located within the new Colorado Science + Technology Park, the building has such amenities including a southoriented “pocket park” adjacent to the employee break area, entry arcades that provide covered pedestrian circulation from the parking structure, and a planned light-rail line adjacent to the building. UPI is a non-profit corporation that handles administrative and billing matters for the physicians of both the University of Colorado Hospital and The Children’s Hospital. The UPI building was awarded LEED-CS Gold Certification by the GBCI.
195,000 total sf
moa architecture offices
Patriot Park office building
Colorado Springs, Colorado
oa supports a sustainable workplace by seeking life and work balance and creating a healthy work environment.
in this LeeD certified project, employees benefit from sustainable design features including excellent daylighting, stringent air quality control, comfortable furnishings, workspace flexibility, sensory stimulation, and the best tools and technology. all this makes for a quality work environment that maximizes the health, creativity, and performance of our professionals. a large, open studio along with a reconfigurable, multi-use Discovery room encourage team communication, interaction, and collaboration.
10,000 totaL sf
ommanding a prominent location in Patriot Park near Peterson air force base, this striking fourstory speculative office building reflects the mission critical high-technology of its primary tenants in its skin of architectural precast concrete, tinted ribbon glazing, and metal panel cladding. these themes are carried into the lobby and public spaces in a refined use of stone, ceramic, and metal panel finishes, and a cantilevered stairway. the floor plates are configured to take full advantage of dramatic western views of Pikes Peak for 60 percent of the occupants, while maintaining flexibility for full floor, half floor, and smaller tenants with maximum efficiency. incorporating sustainability through highperformance glazing, solar shading, and efficient HVac systems, the building is designed to achieve leed cS Silver certification.
120,000 total Sf
visa usa campus
n ighthorse campbell n ati v e health buildi n g
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
UCHSC F i t z s i m o n s C a m p u s , A u r o r a , C o l o r a d o
his winning design competition entry for a build-to-suit corporate campus was masterplanned in three phases. The campus consists of a 50,000 sf data processing center; a four-story, 140,000 sf corporate headquarters office building; and a twostory, 66,500 sf data center. The office building and the first data center are connected via a fully enclosed walkway. The data centers were designed for high security/ controlled access, and entail features such as â€œhardenedâ€? exterior walls, camera surveillance, and multi-redundancy mechanical and electrical systems. additional site security measures include a perimeter landscape feature wall to repel unauthored vehicular entry, a guard station, and high-security vehicular barriers. a full-height aluminum panel was used to give identity to the campus, which is located in a suburban office environment. The angular wedge at each building entry gives subtle reference to visa.
256,500 ToTal sf
art of an outreach program by the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, the Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Facility provides psychological and substance-abuse treatment to Native American communities across the Western region. State-of-the-art, long-distance diagnostic techniques make top-quality medical care available to remote or underprivileged Indian and Native peoples. The facilityâ€™s design is based on the circle, a Native American symbol of connecting all life in balance and harmony, and it incorporates elements of the building traditions of Western US tribes. Winner of 2003 Design of Excellence Award (City of Aurora)
50,000 total sf
S I i n ter n atio n al , i n c .
Colorado Springs, Colorado
I International, Inc. is a provider of information technology and network systems (IT) primarily to the Federal government. SI’s Colorado Springs operations were consolidated into a new three building campus in the Newport Tech Center in Colorado Springs. The 92,400 sf three-story office building contains office, classified operations areas and conference space. A 30,800 sf one-story special services building contains office, integration and training space. The final building is a 62,270 sf two story office and administration facility. All three buildings are of tilt-up concrete construction.
185,470 total sf
yracuse is a speculative, five-story class a office building located in the Stapleton redevelopment neighborhood in denver.
The building offers such features as flexible office floors, notched corners - accommodates for multiple corner offices - and floor to ceiling windows providing natural daylight and captivating western views. designed to meet leed gold certification standards, the facility has numerous sustainable features, including:
• location on remediated brownfield • Medium-density suburban office development • Pedestrian access • adjacent to at least two public transit stops • bicycle storage and changing/shower rooms • Preferred parking for low-emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles • Quantity and water quality compliance in stormwater design • Heat-island-compliant roof surface • Site lighting that eliminates light migration • low-flow plumbing fixtures • low-water landscaping
126,083 TOTal Sf
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