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Manitoba Business: Moody and Moore / MMP Architects

This Winnipeg-based architectural firm was founded in 1936 by partners Herbert Henry Gatenby Moody and Robert E. “Bob” Moore. In 1969, the firm merged with Duncan Rattray Peters and Searle to form Moody Moore Partners (MMP).

Some of its architectural works in Manitoba included:

Building

Location

Year

Status

Samuel L. Wilson House

106 Handsart Boulevard, Winnipeg

1938

 

Winnipeg Electric Company Osborne Street Substation

265 Osborne Street, Winnipeg

1947

Demolished (2019)

Winnipeg Winter Club

200 River Avenue, Winnipeg

1949

 

Princess Elizabeth Hospital

Winnipeg

1950

 

Women’s Pavilion

735 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg

1950

 

Concordia Hospital (expansion)

437 Desalaberry Avenue, Winnipeg

1951-1953

 

Churchill High School

510 Hay Street, Winnipeg

1953-1958

 

Harrow School

550 Harrow Street, Winnipeg

1954

 

Harrow School (expansion)

550 Harrow Street, Winnipeg

1955

 

Sovereign Life Building

287 Broadway, Winnipeg

1956-1957

 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board Building

650 Harrow Street, Winnipeg

1957-1958

 

Agriculture Building

66 Dafoe Road, Winnipeg

1958

 

St. John’s College and Chapel

92 Dysart Road, Winnipeg

1958

 

Chown Building

753 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg

1962-1964

 

Donnelly United Church

1226 Waller Avenue, Winnipeg

1964

 

University College, University of Manitoba

210 Dysart Road, Winnipeg

1964

 

Centennial Concert Hall

555 Main Street, Winnipeg

1967

 

Centennial Hall, University of Winnipeg

515 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg

1969-1972

 

Lockhart Hall, University of Winnipeg

Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg

1972

 

Medical Arts Building

223 Kennedy Street, Winnipeg

1972

 

Hudson’s Bay House

79 Main Street, Winnipeg

1972

 

J. H. Bruns Collegiate

250 Lakewood Boulevard, Winnipeg

1972

 

Basic Medical Sciences Building

730 William Avenue, Winnipeg

1974

 

RCMP Headquarters

1091 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg

1978

 

Fort Whyte Interpretive Centre

Winnipeg

1983

 

Fred Douglas Place

333 Vaughan Street, Winnipeg

1989

 

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Melville James “Jim” McFeetors (1933-2014)

Memorable Manitobans: Herbert Henry Gatenby Moody (1903-1991)

Memorable Manitobans: Robert E. “Bob” Moore (1909-1995)

Memorable Manitobans: Orest Sedun (c1940-2015)

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 3 June 2022

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