Megan McClellan

Megan McClellan

Hoboken, NJ, US




The Lefrak Organization, New York, NY, US, Project Coordinator

• Managed communication between engineers, architects, contractors, and building management and ownership
• Generated RFPs, scheduled and conducted site walk-thoughs, and managed RFIs, for high-rise construction projects
• Analyzed and leveled bids for various projects, and worked with contractors to ensure the scope of work was followed
• Planned site visits and wrote progress reports and memos detailing the progress of outside contractors on long-term projects
• Reviewed change orders and requests for payment for current renovation projects

Jan 2012 - Oct 2012

Kipcon, Incorporated, North Brunswick, NJ, Assistant Project Manager

• Composed project specifications, bidding instructions, and cost estimates for high rise projects
• Produced punch-lists for contractors based on onsite observations and information from design drawings
• Prepared transition reports for developers and condominium associations to detail deficiencies and remediation
• Conducted reserve study analyses for condominium associations, and composed reports detailing findings

Nov 2010 - Jan 2012

Arup, New York, NY, US, Winter Extern

• Project development support for urban planning, sustainability, traffic engineering, and structural design teams
• Cooperated with Long Island town council to draft Long Island’s Green Development plan
• Discussed project development for Hunt’s Point, NY with representatives from the city of New York
• Prepared a proposal for redevelopment of Hunt’s Point, NY and presented to ARUP’s urban planning team

Jan 2009 - Jan 2009


Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, US, Bachelors, Arts/ Engineering

The Arts/ Engineering Program is a five-year program at Lehigh. Through the program I obtained a BA in Architecture and BS in Civil Engineering. Through the Art and Architecture Department I had the opportunity to take part in architectural studio classes, as well as painting and drawing studios. Also working towards my architecture degree, I took Architectural History, 20th Century Architecture, Architectural Graphics, and Building Materials courses. My civil engineering coursework focused on structural engineering, and included courses such as Fluid Mechanics, Soil Mechanics, Structural Analysis, Surveying, Steel and Concrete Design, Hydrology, Mechanics of Materials.

Aug 2005 - May 2010