Megan loves working on performing arts projects at QEA, whether they are big or small, new construction or in an historic building.
All performing arts spaces present the technical challenges of finding solutions to acoustic and lighting requirements, and smaller community theaters, such as the Cary Downtown Theater in North Carolina, provide the additional opportunity to discover new potential in a building, offer suggestions for programming and function as a catalyst for development and as anchors for downtown revitalization. Her ideal projects have an impact on their surroundings.
- Texas A&M University - Master of Architecture, Certificate of Historic Preservation, 2001
- Penn State University - Master of Engineering, Construction Management, 1999
- Penn State University - Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Minor Architectural History
- American Institute of Architects
- Association for Preservation Technology
- League of Historic American Theaters
- LEED Professional
Megan's Recent Mentions
- QEA Project at Kennedy Center Featured by the Washington Post
- The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Terrace Theater Reopens Following Modernization
- University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Celebrates the Completion of the Hill Hall Renovation
- Quinn Evans Architects Announces 2016 Firm-wide Promotions