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Moser Pilon Nelson Joins QA+M Architecture

(l-r): Principals James D. Bell, AIA; David C. Symonds, Jr., AIA; Rusty Malik, AIA; Thomas P. Arcari, AIA; and David Quisenberry, AIA

Farmington, CT – Moser Pilon Nelson Architects, established in 1980 and based in Wethersfield, has officially merged with Farmington-based Quisenberry Arcari Malik, LLC (QA+M Architecture).

“This is an exciting time for QA+M Architecture. Incorporating Moser Pilon Nelson’s team of highly respected, talented, and award-winning professionals into the QA+M family will increase our creative, technical, and planning resources. This merger will result in a stronger organization to better support our clients and the communities we serve,” said Principal Rusty Malik of QA+M Architecture.

From its inception, the QA+M Architecture founders structured the firm to be market diverse and innovative in its approach to design and problem solving. The merger with Moser Pilon Nelson will allow the QA+M team to further cultivate its original vision and foster new opportunities in the higher education, healthcare, and institutional market sectors where Moser Pilon Nelson has received high recognition in the AE industry.

“Having worked together previously with some of the QA+M leadership and knowing how well we complement each other, we recognized that joining forces will mutually benefit both firms. Our professional staff and leadership will make a seamless and positive transition,” said David Symonds, principal of Moser Pilon Nelson Architects.