Congratulations to Megan Holubiak for being recognized by ENR Southwest as a 2022 Top Young Professional. The honor is awarded to the "Top 20 Under 40" in the design and construction industry. Winners are selected based on leadership, experience, and community service. See the full list of ENR Southwest 2021 Top Young Professionals.
As an Associate with Dekker/Perich/Sabatini (D/P/S), Megan brings 13 years of creative problem solving, community engagement, and innovation to her work. She is committed to creating strong relationships with her clients, putting in the necessary legwork to understand their goals and needs so that she can advocate effectively for those needs throughout each project.
Megan was the interior architect for the renovation of Eastern New Mexico University's Golden Student Success Center.
Megan is a Licensed Architect and helps lead the Interior Design studio at D/P/S, providing oversight, financial management, and business development. She also works across the firm to instrumentally strengthen our design practice. Her focus on design quality has helped grow the firm’s experience, hold on to great clients, and expand the firm’s reach.
Megan is an advocate and champion for the D/P/S giving program where she recently led a pro-bono project to redesign the lobby for Roadrunner Foodbank, an incredible, local non-profit. Under Megan’s leadership, the team created a space that is welcoming, engaging, and functional. The new space supports Roadrunner’s program reaching 70,000 hungry children, seniors, and families in our state. To expand her impact and learn more about the needs of our community, Megan was part of the Leadership Albuquerque class of 2017.
The final design of Roadrunner Food Bank's lobby includes kiosks on casters, made of pallets from RRFB's own warehouse.
Most notably, Megan is one of the founders of Women in Design: New Mexico, an organization that supports and champions women in every design profession. Megan served as Chair of the organization for three years, Past Chair for one year, Secretary for two years, and is currently an active member.
Megan has led the interior design of many exceptional projects throughout the region, including the ENMU Golden Student Success Center (Portales, NM) and the Artesia Administration and Training Center (Artesia, NM). Locally, Megan’s work has played a valuable role in the revitalization of downtown Albuquerque. This includes her work on projects like Bernalillo County @ Alvarado Square and Fat Pipe NM. She is currently managing the new Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) Student Service Facilities project in Albuquerque, NM.
Megan’s passion, vision, a strong commitment to her team, and dedication to her clients are individually impressive but collectively they create a rare combination that is unmatched. Simply put, she exemplifies the character, values, and strengths required of a top professional.
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