Marshall Moya Design Draws on Multicultural Experiences to Improve Services and Society

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Thanks to diverse backgrounds, the employees of D.C. design firm, Marshall Moya, are improving the built environment, communities and society, even recently participating in the World Humanitarian Summit—their story and values are expounded in local magazine: The Who’s Who in Building & Construction.

Since its founding in 2010, Marshall Moya Design has drawn on the team’s diversity to create architecture, master plans, interior design, and branding. Cofounded by the architects Michael Marshall (a D.C. native) and Paola Moya (from Bogotá, Colombia), Marshall Moya has completed a number of high-profile projects, including the $29 million restoration of The Howard Theatre.

The workforce at Marshall Moya represents twelve countries and speaks eight languages, a component of the company’s success—they use social science in their designs to evaluate and enhance the emotion and spirit of a space—with spectacular results.

Moya explains: “Our greatest strength is the depth of our designs, which comes from our expertise. It serves us really well when we do more than just architecture or interior design.” In the spirit of doing more, the company also has a branding division, which coordinates with their clients’ intended designs. Doing more also extends to the nearby community; Marshall Moya has a core mission of philanthropy and service, whether it is working with disabled adults, mentoring high schoolers, or contributing ideas at the World Humanitarian Summit.

Marshall Moya and other inspiring companies from all sides of the commercial construction industry come to The Who’s Who in Building & Construction to share their stories and values. The biannual digital and print magazine (and buyers’ guide of the industry’s top companies) contains local project news, and the latest content from the construction industry’s thought-leaders.

At the regional Who’s Who in Building & Construction Showcase events, attendees find a plethora of opportunities in the commercial construction industry to build new connections and discover the latest techniques and technology at seminars.

Be sure to check out nearby Baltimore’s Who’s Who Showcase on Thursday, October 27th, at M&T Bank Stadium.

To find out more details about all upcoming Showcases please go to: http://showcaselaunch.com

To read the premier editions of The Who’s Who in Building & Construction, please go to: http://www.readthewhoswho.com

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