Darryl W. Moser, AIA, Joins TranSystems as Federal Sector East Business Leader
TranSystems Corp., a national transportation consulting firm that provides engineering, architectural, planning and construction solutions, welcomes Darryl W. Moser, AIA, as Assistant Vice President and Federal Sector East Business Leader.
Moser will serve the federal building design and construction market in the Eastern United States, working from the Greater Roanoke area of Virginia. He brings more than 30 years of experience as an architect and project manager working in private industry, where he was an architectural firm owner, principal and senior partner. Later he worked for the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense.
“With Darryl’s strong background of federal design, we hope to build upon TranSystems’ already strong federal experience from the West Coast and gain further relationships and experience on the East Coast,” Federal Market Sector Leader Tim Rock said. “His wealth of public and private experience will be valuable in this growing federal market.”
During his career, Moser has led projects for the General Services Administration, the Architect of the Capitol, the U.S. Navy, Army Corp. of Engineers, the U.S. Air Force, the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the U.S. Coast Guard, among others. He served as lead design architect for the renovations and modernization of the historic Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington D.C. The project won a GSA Honors Award and AIA design award in 2014.
Moser is a member of the American Institute of Architects, where he is an appointed member of the National AIA Federal Architecture Task Group and serves as mentor to architectural students/graduates in AIA Virginia’s Operation Reach, Retain, and Develop initiative. He also is a certified Green Globes Professional and Guiding Principles Compliance Professional supporting sustainable design goals for private sector and federal projects. He recently attained building safety assessment certification with the California Office of Emergency Services in order to support communities impacted by natural disasters and other emergencies across the country.