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Anita Moran AIA Joins WHR Dallas
Date:11/21/2008

DALLAS, Nov. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Anita Picozzi Moran has joined the Dallas office of WHR Architects. Ms. Moran, nationally recognized for her work in academic architecture, will strengthen the firm's Education, Science and Technology practice and broaden the talent base in the growing Dallas office.

"Anita's experience and skills complement our team in Dallas and extend our capabilities with our college and university clients," said Mark W. Vaughan AIA, ACHA, Principal in Charge of the Dallas office. "While we have established a strong healthcare studio, we wanted an architect of Anita's talent and reputation to help expand our academic portfolio."

Moran is a pioneer in the design of campus recreation centers with a national reputation. A frequent lecturer and well-published author on the design of recreation centers, she is a leader in the movement that encourages greater social engagement and physical wellbeing on campus through the design of state-of-the-art facilities. "Anita understands the very real link between behavior and architecture," commented David Watkins FAIA, Chairman and Founding Principal of WHR. "She shares WHR's commitment to improving the quality of life for those who use our buildings." (Photo of Anita Moran in color or b/w available upon request.)

A graduate of Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science in Design and Environmental Analysis, Moran received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Virginia. She is an active member of the American Institute of Architects and is the founder and chair of the AIA Dallas Art of Architecture Competition. The juried art competition engages middle and high school students and encourages them to study the built environment through drawing painting or other media. In addition Moran is an active member of the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA.)

WHR Architects, a full service architecture and interior design firm focused on designing healthcare, science, research, technology and academic facilities. The firm's commitment to critical thinking is balanced by an ingrained empathy that results in both improved project outcomes and positive working experiences for their clients. With over 160 people located in Houston and Dallas, the 29-year- old firm is working on projects throughout the US for top-tier public and private education and medical institutions including Meridian Health, Morristown Memorial Hospital, The Methodist Hospital, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System and CHRISTUS. WHR has been recognized for achieving the highest level of business performance as one of only 40 firms in the US to be listed on PSMJ's Circle of Excellence. WHR was also the only architectural firm included in the list of 2007 Best Companies to work for in Texas. Most recently, WHR was named the 2008 AIA Houston Firm of the Year.

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