New staff members deepen firm’s architectural, interior design and historic preservation expertise
Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc., welcomed three staff members to the firm this summer, expanding its architectural and project teams.
Meeghan Hart, AIA joined the firm as a project architect, bringing multi-family residential, adaptive reuse and academic renovation experience from practicing in New York and greater Chicago. She also served as an adjunct assistant professor for the University of Notre Dame Rome Studies Program in Italy, directing a design studio and leading tours. Meeghan’s work at Hennebery Eddy includes the design of two new fire station buildings and an administrative building rehabilitation for Clackamas Fire District #1. Meeghan is a LEED Green Associate and earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame.
Bridging sensitivity to the past and contemporary interior design best practices, Josette Katcha joined Hennebery Eddy as historic preservation specialist and interior designer. As a member of the firm’s Historic Resources Group, Josette has executed condition assessments for several Civilian Conservation Corp-era structures within the Washington State Parks. Her experience includes preparing historic window surveys, condition assessments, and treatment plans at two National Historic Landmarks in National Parks, preparation of Historic Tax Credit applications and National Register Nominations, and a range of historical design services. Josette has a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Architecture from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Oregon. She is a LEED Green Associate.
Rebecca Driscoll provides administrative and office support as project team assistant at Hennebery Eddy. She brings years of coordination and administrative, marking and customer support experience in custom wood products manufacturing, medical device manufacturing, and professional services.
About Hennebery Eddy
Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc., is a Portland, Oregon-based architectural, interior design and planning firm with a specialty focus in historic resources and a net-positive approach to design. Hennebery Eddy is recognized as a JUST Organization, reflective of the firm’s long-standing commitment to sustainable design and social responsibility. Connect with Hennebery Eddy on Instagram and Twitter.