January 18th, 2023
mcCallumSather Celebrates Team Advancement
mcCallumSather is pleased to announce the promotion of Meagan Muirhead, Nick Pankratz and Nolan Cipriano to Senior Design roles.
Meagan joined mcCallumSather in 2012, and in that time has worked on a range of projects for both public and private clients, across sectors. In recent years, she has focused her attention as part of our Science & Research design team, working on high profile projects such as the McMaster Innovation Park Master Plan, MacNaughton Building Renewal Lab Renovations for University of Guelph, University of Waterloo, Science Building Renewal Master Plan and supporting projects, and as support on the award-winning Ministry of Transportation, Traffic Operations Centre and MERO Campus design (with Kasian). A skilled collaborator, Meagan is known for her thoughtful work with our clients and ability to keep complex projects driving forward. Her new title is Senior Architect.
Nick joined mcCallumSather in 2017. His specialization in providing simple solutions to complex plumbing and HVAC design coupled with his efficiency in BIM modelling, make him an asset to the integrated design team. Known for his strong attention to detail and organized approach, Nick has developed a broad portfolio featuring exciting post-secondary and advanced sustainable design, including the award winning, ZCB Certified Endress+Hauser Customer Experience Centre; City of Hamilton, Valley Park Community Centre renovations and expansion, both projects with LEED Gold Pending; and phased, continuing work with the University of Waterloo, including the B1/B2 Laboratory Renovations, part of a sustainable Master Plan for its Science Building Complex. His new title is Senior Mechanical Engineer.
Nolan joined mcCallumSather in 2021. He is a demonstrated team leader and collaborator with experience in complex project delivery (P3, IPD), municipal approvals process, and development of creative design solutions across multiple sectors and project types. His focus since starting with mcCallumSather has been working with both institutional and private developers on Master Planning across several sectors; multi-unit residential design of all scale and size; and select retail and hospitality design. Recently, he and the residential team have been involved with innovative affordable housing designs, including the Net Zero Targeted design for a sweeping affordable housing project in Hamilton, 60 Caledon. His new title is Senior Architect.
Congratulations to all three on this promotion, and they look forward to collaborating with our clients in their new roles.