Maren Reepmeyer Joins SGA As Vice President

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Maren Reepmeyer

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 architect and industry leader Maren Reepmeyer, AIA LEED AP has joined the firm as Vice President.

Prior to joining SGA, Ms. Reepmeyer served as Associate Principal and Director of Adaptive Design at Boston architectural firm CBT where she led a practice area focused on adaptive reuse and revitalization. 

“We’re excited to welcome Maren as the newest member of our growing team,” said SGA CEO Adam Spagnolo. “Based out of Boston headquarters, Maren will focus on strategic development firm-wide.”

“I am thrilled to join SGA’s talented team of designers and visionaries to help develop this extraordinary practice.  The art and craft of architectural design is ever-evolving and it’s an exciting time to provide value while pushing sustainability, resiliency, and new trends in process & delivery.”   

Ms. Reepmeyer’s portfolio of design work spans mixed-use, commercial, academic, civic and healthcare, and adaptive reuse/strategic revitalization. Her design approach is driven by creative passion, agility and a deep-seeded knowledge of how to transform properties into community-enriching, resilient ecosystems.

Throughout her career spanning 2+ decades, Maren has proven time and time again to be a trusted results-driven partner to her clients.  She digs deep to understand client objectives up front allowing for a streamlined process where goals are achieved and communicated throughout. Maren prides herself in providing tangible value through design while creating strong and lasting bonds.   

Ms. Reepmeyer’s holds a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Minnesota, and is the recipient of the Woman of FIRE award bestowed by Banker & Tradesman and was a 2014 Top Young Professional – ENR New England awardee. A proven thought leader in the industry, her work related to adaptability in architecture has recently been published internationally. 

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