Megan is a researcher and advisor who joined the Historic Buildings Consultancy team in 2015. She provides extensive archival and planning research and reports to clients which inform proposals for changes to the historic environment. In this role she has researched and authored Historic Buildings Reports, Proposal Justifications, and Assessments of Significance, and has contributed to Conservation Management Plans for a variety of clients. Before joining the practice she worked as a Built Heritage Advisor for Malcolm Fryer Architects. She has a Master of Arts from New York University in Historical and Sustainable Architecture and a Master of Science in Sustainable Heritage from the Bartlett, University College London, wherein she concentrated on a holistic approach to adaptive reuse and conservation, and the impact of climate change on historic architecture throughout the UK and Europe.