Jeremiah is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, author of House in the Landscape, Face of Home, and The Distinctive Home, and a landscape painter. He is a former lecturer at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design where he continues to offer professional development seminars. In addition, he serves on numerous public service committees. In 2007 Jeremiah was elected to the New England Hall of Fame and in 2012 made an exhibiting member of the Providence Art Club, the second oldest art club in the United States.
Paul has been with the firm since 1985. His work reflects the firm's focus on residential and institutional architecture and he has worked on commissions with a number of leading teaching institutions throughout New England. A partner since 1994, Paul has been involved in a major transformation of the Thayer Academy campus over the past two decades. He has also overseen many of the firm's award-winning residential projects.
Meredith Chamberlin has been with Eck MacNeely since 2001 and a Junior Partner since 2006. She serves as project manager on many institutional projects, including the recently completed Hub at Shady Hill School and a 540-seat Center for the Arts at Thayer Academy. She has also been involved in many of the firm’s residential projects. Bachelor of Architecture, The Catholic University of America, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, The Catholic University of America. Registered Architect in Massachusetts
Dan joined Eck MacNeely in 2009 and became a Principal in 2018. He has overseen a wide variety of campus projects, both adaptive reuse and new construction, as well as custom homes. Dan’s extensive, specialized knowledge of sustainability, code issues, and building science technology is a key asset to both our residential and institutional work.