TED MOUDIS: 3Q RELIEF
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|Although work is decreasing for many architects, Ted Moudis Associates isn't sitting idle. We met with founder Ted (right, with colleagues Gene Manez, Priyanka Srivastava, and Emmanuel Enriquez) in his Madison Avenue office, and he tells us that the firm remains well positioned, with numerous projects in the pipeline. He predicts that the next three months will be flat, with the market turning up at the beginning of the 3Q. It's important to remain optimistic, he says, as positive momentum will turn things around.|
|TMA is finishing up Newsweek's new 160k SF HQ at 395 Hudson St. (pictured) and getting ready to start the interiors at Rolex's 180k SF building in Long Island City, Queens. The firm is also working on several consolidation projects and spending time on marketing and business development, as Ted says it's important to be in front of everyone these days. (That would explain all the glass above; nowhere to hide.) The office also continues to strengthen and focus on workplace strategies and sustainable design, offering in-house LEED-AP training for its staff; it now boasts 20 accredited professionals, he notes.|