Education 


Master of Architecture with distinction / 2005
University of Michigan 3.65/4.00

Bachelor of Science in Architecture / 2003
University of Michigan 3.52/4.00

Associates in Applied Science Architectural
Technology with distinction / 2001
Ferris State University 3.38/4.00
 

Affiliations 

 

Chicago Registered Energy Professional / 2017  

ASLA Member / 2015 to present   

IIDA Member / 2014 to present  

NCIDQ Certificate / 2014

Licensed Architect / State of Indiana / 2013

Licensed Architect / State of Michigan / 2013

Spark Mentor Program / 2012 to present

NCARB Certificate / 2012

Licensed Architect / State of Illinois / 2012

CSI Construction Document Technologist / 2012

AIA Member / 2012 to present

Chicago ACE Mentor Program / 2006-2017
          Team Leader since 2011-2014
          Associate Board Member 2012-2017

LEED AP BD&C / 2006

AIAS Member / 1999-2003


Technical Skills 


Bluebeam / Newforma / BIM360 / 4+ years 
Experienced at using a variety of management and coordination tools to aide in the documentation, coordination, and construction process  

Revit / 10+ years 
Experienced developing projects from conceptual design through construction documents and knowledgeable in family creation and manipulation.  I have served team roles as model manager and BIM coordinator. 

Auto CAD / 19+ years 
Experienced developing projects in both 2d and 3d at all phases using Auto CAD and ADT.

SketchUp / 6+ years
Experienced in utilizing SketchUp as a design tool to quickly explore ideas and facilitate a design discussion.  Knowledgeable in utilizing plug-ins to increase efficiency and maximize presentation quality.   

Rhinoceros / Grasshopper 
Experienced using Rhino during conceptual design to rapidly manage and manipulate multiple concepts and to develop 3d imagery.

Adobe Suite / 15+ years 
Have used tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Flash to translate concepts and communicate project information.

Physical Modeling / 17+ years 
Experienced in creating models to accurately represent a project, and diagrammatic models to facilitate workshops and illustrate concepts utilizing many types of materials, technology, and integration of 3D printed components.  

 

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Publications 


2017 - “Maintaining Design Intent Through Construction" 
            DLRGroup.com/Insights   
2014 - “Booker T. Washington STEM Academy:
            2013 James D. MacConnell Award" 
            CEFPI Educational Facility Planner  
2013 - “MacConnell Award Winner" 
            School Planning & Management  
2010 - “School on the Prairie” 
            thethirdteacherplus.com
2010 - “Imagine Like a Child: Carrie Busey
            Elementary School Student Design Workshop” 
            The-Third-Teacher.com
2010 - “Viva La Food Revolution!” 
            thethirdteacherplus.com
2009 - “Designing the New STEM Academy at
            Booker T. Washington Elementary School” 
            thethirdteacherplus.com
2007 - “A New High School: Natrona County
            School District, Wyoming” 
            Architectural Record, original renderings
2006 - Northwest Community Hospital renderings
            featured in internal NCH publication 


Honors 


2017 - Co-Chair of the 2018 Tours Committee for the
            USGBC Greenbuild International Conference and Expo
2013 - NanaWall Photo Story Contest - Best Education
            Carrie Busey Elementary School
2013 - CEFPI - Dr. James D. MacConnell Award Winner
            Booker T. Washington STEM Academy
2013 - Learning by Design - Citation of Excellence Award
            Carrie Busey Elementary School
2012 - Illinois Association of School Boards - Award of Distinction
            Carrie Busey Elementary School
2012 - William W. Caudill Citation for Design Excellence
            Booker T. Washington STEM Academy
2011 - Illinois Association of School Boards - Award of Distinction
            Booker T. Washington STEM Academy
2009 - Learning by Design - Citation of Excellence Award
            Clifton Hunter High School
2005 - Student Merit Award
            Association of Licensed Architects
2005 - Ghana Spring Studio, Ghana, West Africa
            Prof. James Chaffers FAIA
2005 - Thesis Show 2005
            “Urban Ripples of the Green Network”
2005 - Annual Student Show 2005
            “A Hospital in Bombay”
2004 - Oslo Spring Studio, Oslo, Norway
            Prof. Kristine Synnes
2004 - Annual Student Show 2004
            “A Rest Stop on M-14”
2003 - Annual Student Show 2003
            “University of Michigan Fine Arts Museum”
2003 - Best Presentation, First Annual Design Charette
            University of Michigan, “Aperture” 
2002 - Honorable Mention, Annual Student Show 2002
            “Law Library Scholar Space” 

 

Experience 


Jason Meyering Architecture, LLC
June 2018 to present
Chicago, Illinois

Having worked for some of the greatest architecture firms with some of the greatest architects and mentors in Chicago, 2018 became the year to begin my own practice.  With more than 14 years’ experience, the support of my professional connections, and a new economy connecting individual thinkers, designers, and makers in new and collaborative ways, my practice seeks to nurture those experiences and relationships into functional and beautiful architecture.  Focusing on residential, commercial, and educational architecture, my work seeks to articulate the harmony between living, working, and learning with architecture. 


DLR Group
November 2014 to May 2018
Chicago, Illinois

During my time with DLR Group I worked as lead designer and lead project architect with a multi-office team to develop a new 1,200 student middle school, and project manager for several education facility master plans for several large school districts.  I have become a K-12 design resource for the region and helped win projects locally to expand the K-12 market in the Chicago area. 


OWP/P | Cannon Design
January 2006 to October 2014
Chicago, Illinois

At OWP/P | Cannon Design I had the opportunity to work in the healthcare, retail, and education markets.  Focusing most of my time on K-12 and higher education projects.  My role evolved from intern to associate architect with responsibilities as a project architect and project designer.


Henry Kowalewski and Associates AIA
May 2002 to December 2005
Ann Arbor, Michigan

During this three year period I worked full time during the summer and part time during the school year while I was completing my undergraduate and master of architecture degrees.  I had the opportunity to work on a variety of single family residential, commercial, and light industrial projects.  


FSU: Ed Neill, University Architect
May 2001 to August 2001
Big Rapids, Michigan

While completing my education at Ferris State I had the opportunity to work for the university architect.  I helped coordinate the final phases of the new library by Gwathmey Siegel, and I was responsible for the site development of paths and stairways throughout campus completing the campus master plan to integrate the new library.