Megan Hoover

Megan Hoover

Designer
mhoover@faainc.com
(617) 227-9272 x 210

Megan earned her Bachelor of Architecture from Roger Williams University and continued her education at Parsons School of Design at the New School in New York City, where she received her Master of Architecture with Special Recognition for her contribution to the New School. At Parsons, Megan contributed to a variety of groups within the architecture program, including the Healthy Materials Library, where she educated students on environmentally-friendly building material alternatives. She also participated in a design-build project for a community garden in East Harlem. Oftentimes working with existing buildings, Megan has significant experience in design development through construction documentation for a variety of project types including retail, corporate office spaces, and educational institutions. Here at FA, Megan has worked on design presentations, cost analysis studies and schematic design sets for educational institutions and private development projects. From dad jokes to snarky humor, you can always count on Megan to lighten the mood – laughter is her daily necessity… coffee comes in at a close second. How did the hipster burn his tongue? He drank coffee before it was cool.

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Awards
Parsons School of Design, Dean’s Scholarship Recipient
Parsons School of Design, Special Recognition for Contributions to the New School
Roger Williams University, Dean’s List
Roger Williams University, Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts: Tau Sigma Delta Chapter
Roger Williams University, Merit Scholarship Recipient
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Need to Know

What did you want to be when you were younger? An Astronaut, but my parents told me that my fear of escalators would prohibit me from becoming one, so I decided to pursue Architecture.

Favorite sport to watch and play? Soccer

What three items would you take with you on a deserted island? I would take three other people, because those people could each take three items with them, and then I would have three friends and nine items. Sounds like a party to me!