Megan Waldron, AIAS

Architectural Intern
Key Projects:
  • Trinity Lutheran Church
  • Dundee Presbyterian Church

Megan Waldron, AIAS

Architectural Intern

Born and raised in Omaha, Megan joined BVH as an architectural intern in May 2017 while a student of the University of Nebraska – Lincoln’s architecture program. She is also involved in the American Institute of Architect’s Student chapter and Brush Up Nebraska, an organization that renovates and paints homes for the less fortunate.

Megan’s interest in architecture can be traced back to elementary school, when she became intrigued with exploring the relationship between the natural and built environments and the interactions between the two. Her passion has steadily increased as she has gotten older.

Outside of the workplace, Megan enjoys spending her free time reading, painting, traveling and spending time with her friends and family. She also loves to be outdoors and stays active through running, playing sand volleyball and soccer.

 

What is your favorite place you have visited?
My favorite place I have visited to date is New York. I love the cultural diversity, and the atmosphere and energy of the city.

What are you optimistic about?
I am optimistic about people. I think that everyone has something to positively contribute to the world, and to make it a better place through small actions.

How do you engage your community?
I am involved with Brush Up Nebraska, an organization that renovates and paints homes for the less fortunate, as well as through lectures and activities through UNL’s College of Architecture.

What is your area of interest or research?
I am interested in sustainability, the relationship between the built and natural environment.

What is your inspiration?
My inspiration comes from a variety of different places. Sometimes I find it in my peers and surroundings, and other times in random, unexpected places.