We apologize for the inconvenience to those that have registered but today’s (Oct. 2) micronetworking event with representatives from Hennebery Eddy has been cancelled. If you registered you’ll receive a refund. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.
Planning and building a new local government facility, is an opportunity to leave a legacy that will last long after your career has ended. But that legacy brings with it the pressure to get things right. To help out our ELGL members Michelle Vo, an architect and principal with Hennebery Eddy Architects, and Meg Matsushima, an associate with Hennebery Eddy, will be speaking at a micronetworking event to give a basic overview of the process, “Working With Architects.”
Meet Michelle & Meg
As a principal at Hennebery Eddy Architects, a firm of 40 creative individuals working in an open studio in downtown Portland, Michelle leads teams to create inspirational, meaningful places in the community. She is responsible for firm leadership, project design and project management, working with public clients to craft design solutions within demanding budget and schedule expectations.
Michelle has contributed to the firm’s portfolio of award-winning projects through her work on public park structures, emergency response facilities, and high security projects for government agencies. Her recent work includes design of the new Fire Station 76 in east Multnomah County and multiple projects at the Portland International Airport. She is a licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional.
Established in 1992, Hennebery Eddy Architects, Inc. is a Portland architectural, interior design, and planning firm with clients and projects throughout the Northwest.
Meg Matsushima is an associate with Hennebery Eddy. She has worked on a range of public and institutional projects including libraries, courthouses, and government offices. As project manager, Meg regularly coordinates with local government and agency personnel and is responsible for managing the design team, adhering to schedules and construction budget, and facilitating project meetings and design presentations. Meg’s recently completed projects include the Hillsboro Shute Park Library Renovation, Multnomah County DART lobby, and multiple projects at the Portland International Airport. She is a licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional.