“I love that on every project, I get to learn a little bit more about our clients and what’s important to them. Everyone brings a unique perspective. Working collaboratively with others, there’s always something to learn and something to share.”
Meg provides high-quality, client-focused project management with skilled communication and team building. She has extensive experience on public projects, including county, state, and federal court facilities and dozens of public libraries, and she knows how to work successfully with agency staff, managers, and public patrons. Meg has experience managing phased projects for continuous-operation facilities and is skilled in coordinating diverse stakeholder groups, regulatory approvals, complex building code appeals, and land use approval processes. She is committed to understanding client goals and priorities before working toward a solution. Meg is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Architecture and currently serves on the City of Lake Oswego Historic Resources Advisory Board.
Registered Architect: Oregon
LEED Green Associate
American Institute of Architects, Member
National Organization for Minority Architects, Member