Meghan Moore joins Craig Gaulden Davis (CGD) Architecture with a Master of Architecture from California Baptist University. Meghan’s passion for architecture stems from designing empathetically for end-users with a particular interest in the psychology behind and use of color in architecture. Enjoying both the technical and creative side of architecture, she joins the firm desiring to make a positive impact on those who interact with the buildings and environments we design.
Meghan is a Minnesota native and has jumped right in working on cultural, educational, and commercial projects for the firm.
“In the short time she has been with the firm, I have been impressed with her grasp on architecture – both her technical and graphical ability. We are excited to introduce her to our clients,” said Scott Powell, AIA, President & CEO.
Craig Gaulden Davis (CGD) Architecture is an architecture, interior design, and planning firm with offices in Greenville and Baltimore whose community-centered projects focus on the Education, Arts, Civic, Ministry, and Commercial sectors. After 65 years in practice, CGD has earned a reputation for professional excellence, innovative design, and technical expertise through a portfolio of hallmark projects in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic.