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Meredith is a licensed architect with ten years of professional experience. Working in both commercial and higher education practice groups, she excels at taking projects from initial programming through design and construction. Meredith enjoys the problem-solving challenges that design presents, as well as the client relationships that emerge from meeting those challenges together.
She’s a storyteller at heart, and seeks to find the narrative and vision in every project she takes on. Meredith often pushes ideas forward, working to develop concepts into implementable strategies and designs, always staying true to the overarching goals of the client and the project. She thrives in collaborative and creative environments, guiding teams through the design process while always looking to learn from her experiences and her teammates. She loves nothing more than being a part of a team tackling and overcoming obstacles and fostering collaboration.
Meredith is part of the Staffing Committee for Sasaki’s Architecture and Interiors Discipline, managing close to 100 staff and over 50 projects a year. She’s also active in Sasaki’s Diversity Committee, playing a leading role in the Partnership and Outreach group, focusing on engaging young students in design learning. She works very closely with the Sasaki Foundation to spearhead much of their youth programming in an effort to foster a more diverse and inclusive generation of future designers. She holds a Masters of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Architecture with minors in Structural Engineering and Art History from Roger Williams University.
Our designers and Ava Robotics executives engage in a discussion of telepresence robotics and the future of workplace, moderated by Sasaki’s Chief Technology Officer
Sasaki's Colleen Barrett and Meredith McCarthy discuss the limitations of co-working office spaces used as corporate offices