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SBJ/August 20-26, 2012/Facilities
Meis joins Woods Bagot to lead sports practice
Published August 20, 2012, Page 7
Meis, in his new position, is responsible for expanding the firm’s presence in sports overall with a focus on design work for arenas and stadiums in the U.S., Donaldson said.
|Among the projects Meis is bringing with him is an indoor football stadium for UNLV.
Meis’ portfolio extends to stadium designs for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where about 100 design teams have submitted proposals.
It was during Meis’ work in Qatar in May that he first crossed paths with Woods Bagot. Company officials contacted Meis to join their design team, which he did, and the alliance ultimately led him down a path toward full-time employment with Woods Bagot. He was officially hired in July.
With Woods Bagot, Meis will retain his office in Venice, a beachfront Los Angeles neighborhood. His staff of three designers — Xan Young, Scott Ferebee and Frank Sharpe — plus Joshua Boren, director of business development, remains intact.
Over the years, Meis has worked for the old Ellerbe Becket, NBBJ and most recently, Populous, in addition to running his own practice.