Foundational Relationships: Moseley Architects

Throughout this year, Allen & Shariff is taking the time to acknowledge and appreciate the foundational business relationships that we have developed during our first 25 years. As we pause to spend time with our valued friends and partners, we are taking the time to share a little about who they are, the work we’ve done together, and why we’re proud to know them.

 Read about how we’re celebrating our 25th anniversary all year long at www.allenshariff.com/25years.

Moseley Architects provides a full range of architectural, engineering, and interior design solutions. Like Allen & Shariff, Moseley Architects understands that great design is only one component of a project’s success. The other elements are collaboration, commitment to the client, and a responsive, reliable team of experts.  Both individually and working as partners, Allen & Shariff and Moseley Architects offer targeted expertise in our industries that enable us to make our client’s vision a reality. And we’ve been doing it together for a long time. 

“I cannot remember our first meeting,” said Tom Liebel, an expert in sustainable building design from Moseley. “Allen & Shariff has always felt like part of our design universe.”

Our two firms work well together, offer good value to each other, and share an entrepreneurial spirit. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Moseley – and serving our clients better and better – over the years to come. Here are some of the projects on which we’ve partnered, from years past and more recently.

Emeril’s Fish House – Bethlehem, PA
Emeril’s Fish House is a 6,500 SF restaurant located within the Sands Casino in Bethlehem, PA. Recently upgraded as part of a national rebranding effort, the restaurant features a number of MEP revisions related to the renovations. Allen & Shariff’s MEP services included accent lighting that highlights several bars and architectural features, new power feeds for updated equipment in the kitchen, reconfigured dining areas, and rebalancing of the existing HVAC system. 

Ednor Apartments I at Stadium Place – Baltimore, MD
Allen & Shariff provided full MEP engineering services for the new construction design for this four-story, wood frame, 108,000 square foot apartment building for seniors age 62+. This Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) development is a vital component of the Stadium Place project, which is a senior community comprised of both market-rate and low-income housing. The 110 one and two-bedroom apartments are reserved for households earning up to 50% and 60% of the area median income. The $50 million development project is located at the former site of Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium.

Miller’s Court – Baltimore, MD
Allen & Shariff provided LEED MEP engineering, energy modeling, and commissioning services for the LEED Gold certified, multi-award winning historic renovation project Miller’s Court. The 80,000 square foot warehouse, which is on the National Historic Registry, was converted into residential and office space, and is being used as housing for teachers. The building combines a three-story office building with four stories of residential apartments. Allen & Shariff coordinated closely with Moseley Architects to meet the unique requirements and preserve the building’s historic integrity.

Miller’s Court has been recognized with numerous national awards including:

  • United States Environmental Protection Agency – National Award for Smart Growth and Green Building, 2010
  • Urban Land Institute, Terwilliger Center – Grand Award, 2010
  • Baltimore Heritage – Preservation Project Award, 2010
  • Maryland Historical Trust – Preservation Partnerships Award, 2010
  • Maryland Chapter, NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association – Best Historical Renovation, 2010
  • Maryland Chapter, NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association – Community Impact Award, 2010
  • Maryland Chapter, USGBC – Special Recognition, 2010
  • American Institute of Architects, Residential Knowledge Community – Green Housing Award, 2009
  • Baltimore Chapter, Urban Land Institute – WaveMaker Award, 2009

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