Cliff Moser, AIA, LEED is a Director for Facility Planning and Design, National Facility Services at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, CA. Cliff oversees the Innovation, Architecture and Total Integrated Facility Management (TIFM) requirements for Kaiser Permanente’s 78 million square feet of facility space. Under his direction, KP looks to continue integrating the management of its myriad mix of different facility types (clinical, administration, and support) into a holistic digital oversight model. In this role, Cliff works directly with facility service delivery teams as well as planning and design, construction acquisition, and design consultants.
With over 30 years of design and construction experience, he has guided the design and building requirements of numerous healthcare projects as a member of such firms as Perkins + Will, RTKL, and Ewing Cole, and has practiced in Denver, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. He is also fluent in the latest technology requirements in the delivery of design and construction projects including Building Information Modeling (BIM), Point Clouds and Integrated Project Delivery. Cliff also has a Master’s of Science Degree in Quality Assurance and is a board member of the Design and Construction Division of The American Society for Quality (ASQ), where his focus has been on managing design quality through digital review and delivery methods.
Cliff shares his expertise in design and technology, including design solving techniques and the evolution of the disruptive architecture practice during many years of industry presentations and workshops, and through his articles and books. He is author of, Architecture 3.0: The Disruptive Design Practice Handbook and the Quality Management Chapters of both the 14th and 15th edition of the AIA’s Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice.
He also champions the new collaborative and integrated opportunities that are transforming the design and delivery of health care services through social media and stakeholder and member engagement, recognizing that the design and construction of a building is just the start of a key support mechanism that will create healthier environments and outcomes for everyone.
A long-time member of the American Institute of Architects, Cliff was most recently involved in the AIA National Practice Management Knowledge Community (PMKC). Cliff and his wife Liz live in Berkeley. They have four children, Axel, Anneke, Isabel, and Clayton.