About us

 

James R. Moreto, Architect
Principal-in-Charge / President
James R. Moreto
James R. Moreto has 30+ years of professional experience specializing in education projects. Mr. Moreto is known to his clients as a "Working" Principal - managing every aspect of project delivery. Mr. Moreto's attention to project details, deliverables, project budget and project timelines have consistently resulted to successful projects.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Architecture,
Louisiana State University
REGISTRATION
CA License C-22384 jmoreto@mmaarchitects.net

 

 

David Mathison, Architect
Principal / Vice President
David Mathison
David Mathison has an excellent reputation amongst clients for his technical skills and analytic approach to projects. His 20+ years of experience specializing in educational projects has provided many clients guidance in executing their projects in the most cost effective way.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Architecture,
Washington State University
REGISTRATION
CA License C- 27783 dmathison@mmaarchitects.net
 
Profile

Moreto Mathison & Associates Architects (MMA Architects) were founded in 2014 by James Moreto and David Mathison. The firm is dedicated in continuing our working relationships and serving our higher education clients with a “hands-on” approach to all projects. We believe that direct involvement of the Principals at every phase of the project is key to successful and consistent project delivery from programming to user occupancy.

The architectural services offered by the firm focus on educational learning environments, which has been the passion of the founding principals as evidenced in over 400 plus educational projects executed from their combined years of professional experience.

The Founding Principal’s higher education experience - which includes the successful programming, planning, and design for college and university learning facilities - demonstrates our ability in guiding multi-tiered institutional clients through highly integrated and collaborative processes to identify project goals, prioritize needs, and develop efficient, flexible, and forward thinking spaces that respond to the user group needs, project timelines and budgetary constraints.