Atlanta, GA, USA. Meg Needle has been an architect with Lord Aeck & Sargent for 16 years as a core team member involved in all phases of architectural practice, from programming through construction administration, on a variety of commercial and institutional projects. Meg’s current role at Lord, Aeck & Sargent utilizes her in-depth knowledge of construction technology, keen interest in sustainability, and problem solving abilities to manage some of the most challenging projects.
Meg has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology, 1988; is a Registered Architect in Georgia, 1990; LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP BD+C), 2004; GRP (Green Roof Professional) 2009; and a Construction Document Technologist, 2013.
In 2004, Meg was a key designer for the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center extensive green roof and her research on that project prompted her on-going professional participation in the green roof community and with the firm’s green roof projects.