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October 2020

The reimagined ASPIRE CONFERENCE goes virtual in 2020, delivering 36 seminars, keynotes, and networking events in three days. ASPIRE TALKS and CHATS invite attendees into an intimate learning experience allowing attendees to engage with the speakers in small breakout sessions for a more profound conversation on the TALK subjects.

Join Carissa Oyedele, AIA, Jeanne Chen, FAIA, and Mo Lotif, University of Denver on September 17 at 2PM ET who will be leading a Chat on INCLUSIVITY & INNOVATION: UNLEASH THE CREATIVE POTENTIAL OF DIVERSE TEAMS and the importance the built environment can have on people’s well-being and sense of belonging.

Come join Associate Principal Carissa Shrock Oyedele, AIA at AIALA’s Powerful 7 virtual symposium this Friday October 9, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm for her breakout session “Working with New Normals”. Moore Ruble Yudell is proud to be a sponsor of this event.

In a time when our assumptions about professional and personal life are turned on end, it almost comes as a shock to realize that major work proceeds and extraordinary feats are accomplished. Moore Ruble Yudell has been fortunate to have an exceptionally dramatic series of major buildings and sites now under construction and/or about to be completed. The new work represents our deep commitment to humanistic architecture and planning that celebrates our time with innovative approaches to building programs, spaces, systems, and technology. The five projects presented here use powerful organizing principles to bring together places of habitation at many scales, adapting the latest 21st Century design and fabrication capabilities to craft buildings that nurture community inside and out. 


In presenting these groundbreaking projects we also celebrate our forward-thinking clients, dedicated design teams, collaborating consultants and partners, and hard-working construction crews that provide the ‘energy of phase change’ from the virtual to the real.


Read about the projects here: