Meredith McCarthy began her career at Sasaki shortly after graduating with a Masters of Architecture in 2010. An architect with a background in art history and structural engineering, she has worked on several large, high profile projects including the architectural design of three residential parcels for an international development and master space planning for a regional financial institute. Meredith is actively engaged on the Dudley Square Municipal Center, contributing to this building project from conceptual design through construction.
Meredith’s interest in Dudley Square is the result of personal connections. “My grandmother was born in Roxbury and grew up a few streets away from Dudley Square. Her parents furnished her childhood home with furniture from Ferdinand’s,” says Meredith. “The granite in the façade of the Waterman building is Milford pink granite, from my hometown. I now call Boston home. As much as I love this project for its design and architecture, my personal connection to pieces of neighborhood history make the project that much more meaningful to me.”
An Associate Member of the American Institute of Architects, Meredith is a frequent design critic at the Boston Architectural College and Roger Williams University.
As part of our “Meet the Team” series, we will periodically feature a different member of our construction team.