team

Team MSA consists of a group of highly talented and motivated individuals with a blend of knowledge, creativity and skills who are making the best possible and exciting architecture happen. We love the challenges, the problem solving and are excited about the future of MSA. Here we profile some of our key team members.

founder
MSA is headed by Karl Rusher 

Karl is an engineer, entrepreneur and founder of MSA. He has over three decades of experience in Industrial Design, Business Management: Mechanical, Production, Automation and Industrial Engineering. His strengths are in Innovation, Product Design and Development, Start-ups and Technology based Ventures. Karl is passionate, creative and solutions focussed which has led to significant innovations in many different fields. He has maximised these skills to create the MSA paradigm and vision. Karl has an MBA from Auckland University and Applied Engineering from Auckland University of Technology.

Meet up with Karl on LinkedIn

Greg Stevenson
BSc

Automation development
Greg is a highly accomplished and experienced IT Professional and is in charge of the MSA home automation system: software and electronic design, management and planning.

Paul Jaquin
PhD, MEng

Certified Senior Structural Engineer
Paul is a Senior Structural and Geotechnical engineer. He comes with a wealth of experience in structural steel & reinforced concrete buildings, civil engineering, ground technologies, and the use of sustainable building materials.  Every challenge MSA presents, and there are many, is merely an opportunity for Paul to engage his creative and solution focussed thinking.
 
David Cole
BArch
Registered Architect (New Zealand Architects’ Act 2005)
Senior Architect
David has a wealth of experience in architecture having worked for many years at major architecture firms in New Zealand. He brings this knowledge and experience to MSA for technical support, architectural detailing and meeting council compliance issues. 

Joanna Rusher
BBA (IHM), BA, PgDipSci
CCO - chief communications officer and director.

As director and Chief Communications Officer Joanna focusses on functional design aspects, social policy, publicity and communications, addressing public health issues in housing and providing historical architecture & design research. Joanna is concurrently working on her doctorate (phd) in public health communications at Auckland University of Technology.
For media enquiries, please link up here.

Opportunities
If you would like to join Team MSA, please send us a brief email with a link to your LinkedIn profile. 
We encourage project managers, mechanical engineers to get in touch with us.