New client registration

Thank you for becoming a DSA Client!

Here is a paragraph telling the user thanks and perhaps what to expect next. I feel we need this confirmation page to guide them


Next steps?

  1. You should receive an email from Asset Panda regarding your new account setup.
  2.  Please click this link and confirm your email.
  3. You will then be asked to finish setting up your account with a new password.
  4. Thats it!, you are now a member in Asset Panda. Please retain your user information for future portal access


New users can always login at asset panda from their main site here
Alternatively, you can also access the Asset Panda portal by clicking the button on our website labeled Client Login at the top right.


Have more question or need more info?

Visit our DSA resources portal here.


Tim Morneau
Timothy Morneau

Tim Morneau is sole owner of Designer Services Annex, LLC (DSA), and opened it for business in 2021. He controls DSA’s routine business transactions and day-to-day operating decisions.  Tim has been an Architect and Project Manager for over 25 years, with experiences in design projects of all sizes and typologies. 

With Master of Architecture degrees from both Savannah College of Art and Design and Syracuse University, Florence campus, Tim has parleyed that knowledge into a career of Project Management with focus on detail and design intent.  His collegiate teaching experience provided Tim with a greater respect for burgeoning ideas and the creative mind.  Tim enjoys seeing what the future holds and how he can assist in making visions come to light. 

Tim’s architecture career has taken him around the world managing work at various scales and complexities while remaining focused on the minute details.  Working as a Project Manager at Gensler, LA for five years, Tim was exposed to a wide range of complex building design types including a ground up themed amusement park in Dubai.  Tim’s training, practice, and education have brought him knowledge of the inner “behind the scenes” workings of the design process and what it takes to bring it to a successful conclusion. 


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