Michael Hurd, PE, has joined Moseley Architects as a vice president and the firm’s new director of MEP engineering. In his new role, Mike will work to enhance the firm’s engineering department and work alongside the firm’s design professionals to provide comprehensive design services to clients.
“We are delighted to have Mike join the Moseley Architects family. He strengthens our engineering department and will allow us to broaden our involvement with our clients.”Bob Mills, President of Moseley Architects
For more than 20 years, Mike served as the president of Hurd & Obenchain, where he served public school systems, colleges, universities, and municipalities. Since 2000, he also worked with Moseley Architects’ staff on more than 100 projects for shared public sector clients. This successful relationship between the two firms was critical to Mike’s decision to join Moseley Architects.
“I am excited about joining Moseley Architects. This move allows me to continue serving many of the same clients that I have been working with for years, especially in the educational sector. My past experience with Moseley Architects led me to believe that we share similar professional philosophies, so I am thrilled about continuing my career with a firm that shares my ideals and vision.”Mike Hurd
Mike holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering technology from Virginia Tech. He is involved in the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers and the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia (ACEC/VA). He also serves as a board member for the ACE Mentoring of Central Virginia.
Moseley Architects is a full-service architectural, engineering, planning, and interior design firm with offices in Virginia and North Carolina. The firm specializes in architecture for Federal, state, and local agencies, and offers extensive experience designing projects capable of earning LEED certification in the Mid-Atlantic.