Meg Terry Named Women in Business Award Honoree
With nearly 20 years of experience at DP3 Architects, Meg has served in several roles within her tenure including Higher Education Studio Leader, Interiors Studio Leader, Principal, and CMO. Outside of the firm, Meg has held leadership positions within many local and state-wide organizations. She has served as President of both the Greenville and South Carolina chapters of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). She was on the Board of Directors for the Junior League of Greenville where she served as Communications Vice President. Meg was also a graduate of Leadership Greenville, Class 42. Following completion of the program, Meg served as a mentor for the Leadership Greenville, Class 43. She currently serves on the City of Greenville Planning Commission.
Meg leads by example by prioritizing strong relationships, communicating clearly and effectively, and upholding a standard of excellence in her craft. She has always been proud of the company culture she’s helped to foster.
“At DP3 Architects, we hire people for what they know and focus on both encouraging and mentoring them. That support system gives you confidence,” says Terry. Encouraging the personal and professional growth of the next generation of architects and interior designers is one way Meg hopes to raise the profile for DP3 Architects and the profession in general. DP3 Architects was named one of the “Best Places to Work” in South Carolina by SC Biz News and the Best Companies Group. This was a great testament to Terry’s commitment to her team and nurturing the professional growth of others.
The Greenville Business Magazine Women In Business awards annually recognize outstanding professional women who have made significant contributions to their organizations, their professions, and the South Carolina community. “I am proud to see Meg recognized for her role in the Greenville business community and her leadership at DP3 Architects,” said Brian Thomas, principal and CEO of DP3 Architects. “Her commitment to the craft and mentoring others makes a huge difference within our firm and community.”
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DP3 Architects Makes List of SC “Best Places to Work” for 2nd Consecutive Year
DP3 Architects has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” in South Carolina for the second year in a row. The firm, based in Greenville, SC was ranked among the top 20 in the Small Business category for the entire state. Companies who earn this distinction are chosen by the publishers of SC Biz News and the Best Companies Group.
The 2023 Best Places to Work list features 111 South Carolina companies and organizations that go above and beyond to ensure employees thrive in their roles. Honorees were required to receive an over 80% positive response rate in an anonymous employee survey. The eight core focus areas of the survey included Leadership and Planning, Corporate Culture and Communications, Role Satisfaction, Work Environment, Relationship with Supervisor, Training, Development and Resources, Pay and Benefits, and Overall Engagement.
DP3 Architects’ ranking can be attributed to its creative work culture that encourages collaboration, idea-sharing, and constructive feedback among team members. Leadership at DP3 invests in its employees and the future of the firm by hosting regular team-building activities, workshops, and encouraging mentorship opportunities for young architects. Employees at DP3 Architects also enjoy a range of benefits that contribute to their job satisfaction, work-life balance, and overall well-being.
“Receiving this recognition two years in a row is an incredible honor because it comes from within. To know that our team appreciates the culture that we try to maintain in our firm is very humbling.” says Brian Thomas, Principal and CEO at DP3 Architects. “This award really belongs to them as they are the people that shape our culture and make our office such a fun place to come to every day.”
To learn more about Best Places to Work and see the rest of this year’s winners, click HERE.