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Emily Moreau


Assoc. AIA, LEED Green Associate
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While attending UMass Dartmouth, Emily instantly fell in love with the mid-century, brutalist architecture on campus designed by Paul Rudolph. After engaging with the rich history of these buildings, Emily knew that she wanted to pursue a life designing architecture that could similarly bring positivity and interest to people’s daily lives.

As an Architectural Designer at Goody Clancy, Emily assists project managers throughout all phases of a project, from the generation of conceptual design ideas through construction documents and construction administration. Always bringing a smile and positive attitude to her work, Emily collaborates well with different personalities across project and client teams. She is most inspired by having the opportunity to design life-changing, sustainable buildings that have a low environmental impact. Emily has contributed to the design of the One Stop Student Success Center at Berkshire Community College to renovate an existing office space into student services. She has additionally worked on a series of smaller historic projects at Springfield Technical Community College.

Although she says she doesn’t have a green thumb, Emily is growing a variety of veggies with the hopes to create a tiny farm right in her own backyard.



I hope that the buildings and spaces I get to work on will act as both a beautiful example of sustainable design for other design professionals, and on a smaller scale, play a role in bettering the days of those who use them.
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