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March 2020

ARCHITECT MAGAZINE’s February edition features Washington University’s East End Transformation. Our work included collaboration on a comprehensive Masterplan for the East End and the design of the new Jubel Hall (in association with Mackey MItchell). The 80,000 square foot building houses the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s Department of Mechanical Engineering & Material Sciences (MEMS). The building is designed to support a heightened level of interaction and to address societal needs in medicine, health, and the environment. The East End will encourage integration of study and research across the Arts and Sciences. Partner Buzz Yudell FAIA, was interviewed for this article.Read the full article here.

Our conceptual design for the College of the Desert's new Palm Springs Campus was featured on the front page of the Desert Sun during Modernism Week. Read the article here.


Moore Ruble Yudell is closely monitoring the CDC and other information sources and planning for the evolving COVID-19 situation.  Our primary concern is for the health, safety, and wellness of our staff, their families, our clients and the broader community in which we thrive.

The intent of this communication is to outline the specific steps that we are taking to responsibly safeguard our employees and continue to serve the needs of our clients in this rapidly changing environment.

The key policies and procedures that we are implementing include:

  • Provide continuous information and education to our employees, based on CDC guidelines, about best practices to help prevent the transmission of communicable diseases such as COVID-19.
  • Implement social distancing measures and encourage alternatives to handshaking.
  • Temporarily cancel all non-essential work travel and utilize audio and web-based conferencing in lieu of face-to-face meetings where possible.
  • Encourage all employees to avoid personal travel and large gatherings.
  • Require potentially sick employees to remain out of the office until cleared to return to work.
  • Support flexible work policies in conjunction with State of California guidelines.
  • Expand our work-at-home policy so all project teams can remain effective while working remotely.
  • Explore opportunities for innovation through technology in support of our work with our clients and teams.

We will continue to monitor and evaluate the impacts of COVID-19 and will adjust our procedures to addresses changes as they develop.

Our passion and commitment to achieving every success remain undiminished. We look forward to working creatively with our partners to maintain and improve our communication and collaboration during this challenging and dynamic period.


Best Regards,

Moore Ruble Yudell



SALUTING THE DEDICATED FOREIGN SERVICE OF OUR STATE DEPARTMENT PROFESSIONALS AROUND THE WORLD. Our US Embassy for The Hague advances embassy sustainability as one of the first two US missions with geothermal heating and cooling, and a pilot project for low-level LED site lighting, making this new campus a good neighbor in a heritage context, while meeting security requirements. Site design by Sasaki integrates the landscape with Holland’s regional canal system. Now featured in the online journal Office Inspiration, the building heightens the presence of its workforce community with a generous, open Commons for daily dining, social interaction, and embassy cultural events.