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Michael Meyer, Emma Eckert, and Megan Brooks Promoted

Flynn Battaglia Architects is thrilled to announce the promotion of Michael Meyer, RA to Senior Associate; Emma Eckert, AIA, to Associate; and Megan Brooks to Associate.

Michael Meyer, RA, has been with FBA for 25 years. He has over 40 years of experience in architecture and has led countless projects to success, applying his technical knowledge and experience to every phase of work and ensuring the enduring quality of the firm's design documents and specifications. Mike is a Trustee of the Hull House Foundation and serves as the Village of Lancaster Historic Preservation Commission Chairman. Mike's knowledge and hard work was vital for the successful SUNY Cortland - Renovate Park Center Facade Project and the Pierce Arrow Lofts Project. When he's not in the office, he can be found on the golf course, at a sporting event, or spending time with his grandchildren.

Emma Eckert, AIA, has been with FBA for 12 years and has assumed a leadership role in many of the firm's key projects, engaging clients with professionalism and preparedness while taking initiative to continually improve the firm's internal processes and timely presentation of deliverables. Key projects that she has been an integral part of the team include the Richardson Olmsted Campus Core Project and the SUNY Cortland - Renovate Park Center Facade Project. Emma has been involved with the Village of Lancaster Historic Preservation Commission for 10 years and serves on various committees connected to the historic Village and its redevelopment. It she's not home spending time with her family, she is probably out at a local brewery testing WNY's craft beers.

Megan Brooks has been with FBA for 5 years and has displayed a particular skill for project management, coordinating communications between the client and consultants with consistency and grace. Her knowledge of building information modeling (BIM) software has proven invaluable to the firm's design work. Megan was the Project Manager during the construction work of the award-winning Thomas Tischer Visitors Center at the Eastman Museum in Rochester, NY and was integral to the project's success. She is currently managing construction administration at the SUNY Buffalo State - Renovate Building 50 for University Police and Central Services Project. Megan always has a project going on at her house when she's not out hiking with her sweet dog, Texas.

Flynn Battaglia looks forward to continued growth and success as Mike, Emma, and Megan step into their new leadership roles.


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