Robert A. Meyer, Architect, is a licensed Architect with over 30 years of experience with a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been in practice since 1989 in Southern Vermont. Meyer Architecture and Planning, P.C. designed and collaborated on buildings that have made Manchester and the Mountains a popular tourist and shopping destination in Vermont and Robert Meyer, Architect has designed other notable public buildings and restoration projects, including The Winhall Public Library, The American Museum of Fly Fishing, The Factory Point Bank of Rutland, and The Rutland Hospital's Killington Medical Clinic.
Meyer earned a Master of Architecture in 1983 from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Arts 1979 from Duke University.
Meyer was appointed by Governor Dean to the Vermont Board of Architects in 2000 where he served as Secretary and Chairman and was elected to National Council of Architect Registration Boards (NCARB) as Regional Director of New England (NECARB). Rob helped shape the regulatory landscape on the Building Information Modeling Taskforce and worked for over a decade serving the profession of Architecture on many NCARB's education and examination committees. Meyer is a Member Emeritus of the New England Council of Architecture Registration Board.
Meyer also serves the community on a local level, and has served as a Trustee of the Regional Affordable Housing Corp. and as board member and treasurer of the Israel Congregation of Manchester.