Jason Mooney, AIA

AIA

Associate Principal

Jason is an experienced project manager and designer, with more than 20 years working in a variety of healthcare and higher education settings, from large and complex institutions to smaller clinics and community colleges in the outlying urban and suburban environments. He is responsible for managing and coordinating healthcare and higher education projects for the firm, as well as cultivating relationships with clients and other project team members. Focused on providing quality work that places the well-being of the inhabitants first, Jason considers the opportunity to create architectural environments for healing and education to be a privilege. With an approach to project delivery that is highly detail-oriented and thorough, while remaining practical and grounded in the needs of all parties involved, he generates success on project types ranging from those of a highly technical nature to those that are more broad-reaching, spanning multiple buildings over an entire institutional campus.

Jason is an experienced project manager and designer, with more than 20 years working in a variety of healthcare and higher education settings, from large and complex institutions to smaller clinics and community colleges in the outlying urban and suburban environments. He is responsible for managing and coordinating healthcare and higher education projects for the firm, as well as cultivating relationships with clients and other project team members. Focused on providing quality work that places the well-being of the inhabitants first, Jason considers the opportunity to create architectural environments for healing and education to be a privilege. With an approach to project delivery that is highly detail-oriented and thorough, while remaining practical and grounded in the needs of all parties involved, he generates success on project types ranging from those of a highly technical nature to those that are more broad-reaching, spanning multiple buildings over an entire institutional campus.

“I believe that it is in our nature as humans to create architecture – buildings and places for us to live, work, and dwell together. The making of places and architecture, though, requires acts of disruption to the environments within which we build, and to design so that those disruptions are reconciled and mitigated in a beautiful, meaningful, and responsible way is the most important task of an architect.”

“An abiding desire to learn as much as possible from as many different people as possible is critical to success as a design professional. Making architecture is a truly collaborative process, and everyone has something important to contribute.”
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