Meyer has promoted Shannon Remaley, NCIDQ, LEED GA from Project Manager and Director of Living Studio Interiors to Principal.
Shannon leads the strategic direction and vision for the Interiors and FF&E group in Meyer’s nationally recognized Living Studio. Shannon’s ability and passion to design, implement and manage complex new construction and renovation projects, has earned her and her team repeat client relationships with not-for-profit and for-profit entities.
“As a demonstrated leader in her field, Shannon has a passion for enriching the environments for residents by providing the best design solutions for our clients through collaboration, innovation and education,” said Meyer CEO, Norman Liedtke. “Shannon’s dedication to her craft and clients, along with her distinct talent for designing within the built environment truly sets her apart. We could not be more thrilled to promote Shannon to Principal at Meyer. As a cornerstone of our Living Studio practice, Shannon brings an unrivaled level of value to the national and local accounts she manages. Her understanding of their complexity and sensitivity earns her the trust of top-level executives at some of the country’s largest senior living, active adult and multi-family developers, owners and operators.”
With more than 17 years of experience, Shannon’s career in interior design has spanned through projects from New England to Florida. She has won national design award competitions, such as the Environments For Aging (EFA) Renovation/Remodel Award, and has been featured as a panelist at national conferences. Shannon’s tenure at Meyer has been more than six years. She is a graduate of Drexel University where she achieved a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design with a minor in Dance. She obtained her National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) certification in 2005.