Careers - Megan’s Story
 Finding Her Creative Freedom
Megan’s Story
Finding Her Creative Freedom
Megan was hired at BRPH after completing her master’s degree. Megan was able to undergo the process of becoming a licensed architect under the guidance of very supportive mentors. She has since remained at BRPH for eight years because she enjoys having creative freedom and working with passionate, supportive co-workers.
Careers - What Megan Does
 Architect
What Megan Does
Architect
Most of Megan’s time is spent meeting with Mechanical, Plumbing, and Electrical Teams that are working on projects for which she creates the architectural designs. Her primary focus in meeting with the teams is to ensure everyone is on task—and to help solve problems the teams may face. If Megan’s not meeting with on-site project teams, she’s usually communicating with other architects on creating and implementing a design.
 
 
“What I really enjoy doing is being able to think outside the box and provide something that’s not only creative and insightful but also delivered on time, on budget, and with no errors.”
 
“What I really enjoy doing is being able to think outside the box and provide something that’s not only creative and insightful but also delivered on time, on budget, and with no errors.”
 
 
“My most recent project is my favorite one. I had a fantastic client who gave me a lot of creative freedom in making an elementary school building. I was excited about that project, and I’m really excited to see it come to life.”
 
“My most recent project is my favorite one. I had a fantastic client who gave me a lot of creative freedom in making an elementary school building. I was excited about that project, and I’m really excited to see it come to life.”