Megan Pritts is an architectural designer at JZA+D. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2012. She previously worked for Perkins Eastman in Stamford, CT, where she worked on the adaptive reuse of 220 Water Street in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood, and Woolley Morris Architects in Princeton, NJ, where she worked on the Montgomery Shopping Center in Montgomery, NJ and the IACC Conference Center in Syracuse, NY. Since joining the JZA+D team, she has worked on and been a project manager for several hospitality and commercial projects, as well as JZA+D’s conceptual design for Atlantic Yards.
Megan’s passion for architecture is expressed not only in her career, but also in her community involvement. She is part of the Arts Council of Princeton, the Architecture League of New York, and is a Committee Member of the New York City Metro Chapter of All Hands Disaster Relief Volunteer Organization. As an All Hands volunteer, she was able to travel to Japan to assist in the hands-on reconstruction of damaged homes from the 2011 tsunami. She also helped with the rebuilding efforts in Long Island, NY after Hurricane Sandy.