MEAGHAN DUFFORD | PROJECT ARCHITECT
Meaghan has been fascinated with architecture and design since a young age, spending a large part of her childhood drawing make-believe house plans and dragging her family to visit buildings all over the Bay Area, where she was born and raised. After graduating from CalPoly San Luis Obispo, Meaghan joined Studios Architecture, where she worked on commercial tenant improvement projects and spec office buildings. While at Studios, Meaghan achieved her life-long goal of becoming a licensed Architect. In 2013, Meaghan joined Pfau Long Architecture (now merged with Perkins&Will), where she worked on a wide range of civic and cultural projects as well as a single-family home. Her most recent project was a three-year long historic rehabilitation project in San Francisco that included permanently lifting a circa 1941 building up ten feet and required a highly detail-oriented approach not typically seen on commercial projects. Driven by this experience and her desire to work on smaller-scale, more detail-driven projects, Meaghan joined the jmA team in 2022.
When not working, Meaghan enjoys cooking and spending time with her husband and identical twin sister, both of whom are her biggest cheerleaders and claim to be honorary members of the jmA team.