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  1. Conferences Can Be Vehicles for Community Building

      News, Publication, Thought Leadership

    By:  Jonathan Moody, AIA, NOMA, NCARB, LEED AP Conferences are an important way for corporate leaders to stay up-to-date on trends in their professions and markets; on new laws and regulations that affect their businesses; and to network with potential partners and clients. While all of these things provide a valuable perspective needed to plan…

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  2. ACUI 2018

      Events, News

    We hope to see you at ACUI 2018! Exhibitor Booth TBA, March 22–23, 2018, Anaheim, CA.

  3. NIRSA 2018

      Events, News

    We hope to see you at NIRSA 2018! Exhibitor Booth 431, March 5–6, 2018, Denver, CO.

  4. DesignColumbus 2017 | Education Day & Expo

    Join Moody Nolan’s Sara Boyer, Kris Cochran and Allen Schaffer for Session 103: SUSTAINABLE ARENA DESIGN and Allen Schaffer with Johnna Keller (M+A Architects), Eric Boxer (Go Sustainable Energy), Jacqueline Langhals (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections) for Session 201 9:30am : LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE – WHAT IT TAKES: A LEEDV4 CASE STUDY on October 10, 2017.

  5. Mayor Barry Appoints Moody Nolan’s own, Brian Tibbs, to Nashville’s Metropolitan Planning Commission

      News

    Moody Nolan is proud to announce that Brian Tibbs, partner and director of our southeast operations, was recently appointed by Mayor Megan Barry of Nashville to the Nashville Metropolitan Planning Commission. Brian has been a part of the Moody Nolan family for the past 19 years. His work is deeply rooted in the Nashville architectural community. He’s served as the senior project manager on numerous local projects including, Music City Center, the Hadley…

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  6. AIA Indiana Gold Medal Awarded to Moody Nolan’s Jim Kienle, FAIA

      Awards, News

    Moody Nolan is proud to announce that Jim Kienle is this year’s recipient of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Indiana Gold Medal award, the highest honor AIA Indiana can bestow. Jim’s career spans nearly 50 years in the practice of architecture and specializes in preservation design. Jim’s true passion for his work allows him…

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  7. Columbus CEO: How to Close the Gender Gap Within Professional Firms

      Culture, News

    By Yanitza Brongers Marrero

    In the year 2015, inequities in pay and career advancement still exist between the sexes. This is true in almost every profession, and it’s true within my own: architecture.

    There are a number of theories about why these gaps exist, and while some of them tend to explain early career inequities—for example, lost time at work during a woman’s child-rearing years—they do not explain why many women never catch up to their male counterparts.

  8. McCormick Place Event Center Breaks Ground

      Events, News

    Moody Nolan joined the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, DePaul University, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and other design partners on Monday for the groundbreaking of the future McCormick Place Event Center in Chicago. Located in the city’s South Loop community, the project will add a 10,000-seat venue to McCormick Place, the country’s largest convention center. The…

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  9. First Look: Cleveland School of the Arts

      News

    Take a first look at the new Cleveland School of the Arts. Our work on this magnet school for the Cleveland Metropolitan Schools is nearly complete with the building set to open next month.

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