Megan joined Payette in 2010. She brings a great sense of design and rigor to all of her projects and has demonstrated the ability to work at a range of scales and typologies. Megan has worked on a number of projects including the Boston College Chemistry Teaching Lab Renovations and the Tufts University Science and Engineering Complex. At the 2015 Healthcare Design Conference, Megan co-presented Natural Ventilation of Patient Wards: Challenges and Opportunities, a topic that has become a catalyst for much discussion in the industry. Megan believes that good design should be approachable and accessible to all through collaboration with clients, users and the public. Her work focuses on celebrating the craft of architecture and its connection with the human scale.
M.Arch., 2010, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Bachelor of Design in Architecture, 2007, University of Florida