Lauren Gauthier Joins SGA As Director Of Architecture

Lauren Gauthier

BOSTON–SGA, a national, multi-disciplinary firm whose work spans architecture,
interior design and master planning for life sciences, academic, mixed-use and
commercial clients, announced that Lauren Gauthier, AIA, MCPPO, has joined the firm
as Director of Architecture for SGA’s Academic team.

Ms. Gauthier, who brings more than 10 years of architecture and design experience to
SGA, is an experienced designer, planner, and registered architect with a focus on
strategic planning and design in the academic realm, especially independent schools, and
higher education.

“We’re excited to welcome Lauren to our growing team of talented architects and
designers in our Boston office,” said SGA CEO and Partner Adam Spagnolo. “Her
experience and knowledge in design and programming of 21 st -century learning facilities,
student housing, community gathering spaces, and campus master planning will help to
better serve our academic clients. We’re looking forward to working with Lauren.”

Ms. Gauthier comes to SGA after working for several major architectural firms where she
worked on many prominent academic projects, including Coburn Hall at the University
of Massachusetts, Lowell; Snell Experiential Library at Northeastern University; Sterling
Chemistry Lab at Yale University; Middlesex School’s Theater and Performing Arts
Center; The Pike School’s master plan; and the Fessenden School Science Center in
Newton, MA, among others.

“SGA’s impeccable reputation in the marketplace and their expertise in academic
facilities, life sciences, and corporate interior projects attracted me to the firm,” said Ms.
Gauthier. “The synergies between these key typologies and opportunities in the academic
realm are very exciting. I am thrilled to join SGA and am looking forward to working
with their clients to create student-centric meaningful spaces.”

Ms. Gauthier holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the College of Architecture, Art,
and Planning at Cornell University. Her professional affiliations include the American
Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, and Society of College and
University Planning.