Jonathan MeyerAIA, LEED AP
Jonathan Meyer’s portfolio of work has an emphasis on higher education projects, with an expertise in campus master planning and LEED Certification processes. He has played a critical role in the conceptual and schematic design phases of educational projects for both high schools and higher education facilities. His well-rounded experience in project programming, sustainable building design and research-based design allows Jonathan to work effectively in all design phases.
Research and client-driven, Jonathan is passionate about the built environment’s ability to facilitate and encourage the goals and needs of clients. He succeeds in doing so by utilizing his vast knowledge of architectural theory, research and the tools of design to accomplish a successful end result.
Jonathan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Technology at Bowling Green State University and a Master of Architecture degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is licensed in the State of Illinois, is a LEED Accredited Professional, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. Jonathan also is an Adjunct Faculty member at Robert Morris University in its I-Center program. He additionally participated in the 2015 AIA Bridge Mentorship Program.