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MZA IN THE NEWS

April 17, 2020

Automated doors and hands-free sinks: the little changes we’ll see after COVID-19

Landscape architect Karen Kiest said she expects the 6-feet-away mandate of the COVID-19 pandemic will impact Americans even when it’s gone. “We’re never going to forget social distancing,” said Kiest, who owns Seattle-based
Karen Kiest Landscape Architects “I think it’s going to imprint…

April 3, 2020

CONSTRUCTION: Pioneer Square Building Needs Fix

SEATTLE – Part of the parapet sloughed off last month at the Prefontaine Building, at 110 Prefontaine Place S. in Pioneer Square. There were no reported injuries from the crumbling masonry on the century-old building’s north side, facing Yesler Way. However, a corner bus stop there…

March 26, 2020

‘It isn’t our normal way of working’ Coronavirus outbreak tests limits of remote work in Seattle area

For the past five years, Craig Davenport has left his home in Mukilteo by 5:30 a.m. weekdays to beat Interstate 405 traffic on his way to his architecture firm in Bellevue. These days Davenport sleeps a little later and makes a shorter commute — to his dining room …

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March 23, 2020

Our Commitment to Partners, Clients, and Employees during COVID-19

At MZA, the health and wellness of our employees, our clients, partners, and the communities we serve are our primary concerns. As we face the challenges of responding and preparing appropriately for the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken steps to safeguard our….

February 21, 2020

Opinion: Bellevue’s new code has heightened design

When Bellevue updated its land-use code about two years ago, the goals were to improve livability and the pedestrian environment while creating a more distinctive skyline. The changes were subtle but meaningful for developers who now can build higher in exchange for pedestrian….

December 31, 2019

GEO museum takes Gold in the 2019 WAN Awards

Situated in the Nanjing Fangshan Mountains, this new national park is known as “The Cradle of Chinese Geology”. Until recently, the site has been used for processing concrete, and due to significant amounts of quarrying, much of the precious geology has been damaged. The new…

May 13, 2019

MZA Hires Mia Marshall to Boost US Work

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce …

May 10, 2019

MZA Hires Veteran Seattle Designer Mia Marshall

Puget Sound Business Journal …