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  1. Moody Nolan Welcomes Three AIA Fellows to the Firm

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    Moody Nolan has welcomed three American Institute of Architects Fellows to the firm, adding their impressive resumes to a growing national team. David B. Meleca, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP BC+D, joins Moody Nolan as Principal and Director of Classical Design after many years as founder and owner of David B. Meleca Architects in Columbus. Over…

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  2. Leading-Edge Covelli Center Opens at The Ohio State University

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    What some are calling the best midsize, multisport arena in the country opened recently on The Ohio State University campus in Columbus, providing the university’s varsity volleyball, gymnastics, fencing and wrestling programs with a state-of-the-art venue for the first time. The $50 million Covelli Center – designed by Moody Nolan and Populous, of Kansas City,…

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  3. Announcing Legacy Project to Serve Families in Need

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    MISSION After years of contributing our time and energy to any number of community programs (pro bono work, specialty events, outings, dinners, etc.) it became evident that most of these programs, though well intentioned, do very little for those who need our help the most. In 2018, we decided it was high time that we…

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  4. Conferences Can Be Vehicles for Community Building

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    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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  5. Brian Sell of Moody Nolan Designs Mandela Memorial

      Awards & Recognition, Moody Nolan Culture, Publications

    The goal was to create a memorial that told the story of Nelson Mandela’s life, including his 27 years in a South African prison, and the courage and forgiveness that changed a nation and influenced the world. “We talked about recreating his prison cell, but didn’t want to be too literal about it,” said Brian Sell, a senior designer with Columbus-based Moody Nolan, the country’s largest African American-owned architectural firm. Instead, Sell found his inspiration from Rolihlahla, the Xhosa tribal name given to Mandela at birth by his father.

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