M Moser Associates, a global workplace design firm, announced in April the opening of a new office in Research Triangle Park, bringing its advanced suite of architecture and design solutions to the region’s rapidly growing business climate. M Moser is a multi-disciplinary firm known for its strategy-led, holistic and integrated approach to workplace design, and has created dynamic and human-centric spaces for many of the world’s most successful companies.
“The business climate in the Triangle is exploding,” said Nabil Sabet, Group Director at M Moser. “It’s easy to see why so many companies find the region attractive, from the caliber of high-growth industries and the world-renowned education resources, to the rich quality of life and access to top talent. Companies in the region are seeking a fresh perspective on workplace strategy — one that unites architecture, design and technology to enhance the wellbeing and productivity of high-performing employees.”
The Raleigh-Durham office will be led by Jen Sisak (Director), a North Carolina native with more than 25 years of experience in architecture, design and construction, and degrees from Clemson University and N.C. State’s College of Design. Having worked in six different locations across the U.S. including New York City, Jen most recently served as a business development manager for Gilbane Building Company in the Raleigh-Durham market. She also served as president of the Triangle American Institute of Architects (AIA), and brings a keen understanding of the market’s unique needs, particularly around the recent boom in the life sciences and biotech industries.
Sabet added, “Jen’s design and construction experience combined with her sharp business acumen and knowledge of the region, will position her well to deliver high-caliber, technically sound work through multiple delivery models.”
Already home to some of the world’s largest corporations, the Triangle area has seen a recent influx of growth from companies seeking to tap the region for its affordability and access to ample talent. The growth has triggered an increase in demand for advanced architecture and design solutions as companies look to design environments that address the rapid and systemic changes that are impacting how and where their employees work.
“The North Carolina spirit is one of innovation, openness and hospitality, and the world is noticing what a unique place this is for companies to thrive,” said Sisak. “I’m thrilled to join a woman-owned business and excited to draw on Moser’s 40 years of global experience to develop workplaces that serve the needs of high-performing employees at both existing and new-to-market companies.”
M Moser’s Raleigh-Durham offices are located in The Frontier at Research Triangle Park. For more information on the firm and career opportunities, visit https://www.mmoser.com.