Jack Mousseau has been a Partner with MOA Architecture since 2001. A 1985 graduate of the University of Idaho, he is currently MOA’s Director of Design, overseeing all of the firms design work. Jack is also the Partner in Charge of Marketing and Business Development. Jack has served as past president of The Council of Educational Facilities Planners and has continuing involvement in organizations including the AIA, NCARB and USGBC. Jack is a frequent national speaker on educational design issues.
Jack brings 30 years of experience in programming, planning, and design for a broad range of projects in both the public and private sectors. His design solutions are not bound by ideology of theory, but emerge from a thorough analysis of the program, the goals and aspirations of the client, the site context, and a focus on sustainability. He believes that every project, in addition to fulfilling functional and aesthetic goals, should be a responsibly built addition to society.
An advocate for quality in all aspects of architecture, Jack leads the firm’s design efforts, championing a commitment to the art and craft of architecture. To ensure that MOA’s design intent is consistently carried out through all disciplines, Jack remains engaged in every project phase from schematic design through construction.
Jack has produced award-winning entries in international design competitions including the DaVita World Headquarters, Seoul Incheon International Airport in South Korea and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City.
Significant projects Jack has been associated with include:
· The DaVita World Headquarters - Denver, CO
· University Physicians Corporate Headquarters – Aurora, CO
· The Denver Hospice - Denver, CO
· Nighthorse Campbell Health Services Building at Anschutz Medical Campus - Aurora, CO
· University of Colorado Bioscience Building – Aurora, CO
· Casper College School of Music – Casper, WY
· The Center for Advanced and Professional Studies – Casper, WY
· Discovery Canyon K-12 Campus – Colorado Springs, CO
· Vista Peak High School – Aurora, CO
· Seoul Incheon International Airport – Incheon, South Korea
· Seattle Tacoma International Airport Central Marketplace – Seattle, WA
· The National Cowboy Hall of Fame – Oklahoma City, OK
· Highlands Ranch Town Center – Highlands Ranch, CO