Treated stormwater runs in Rachael Meyer’s blood. Since joining Weber Thompson in 2016 as the Landscape Architecture Principal, Rachael quickly distinguished herself with her forward-thinking approach to urban design. Her recent work includes landscape designs for nationally recognized projects, such as the Aurora Bridge Bioswales, which clean over two million gallons of runoff annually, and the public open space and green infrastructure at Northlake Commons.
Promoted to Director of Sustainability in 2023, Rachael also spearheads Weber Thompson’s sustainability initiatives. Beyond her landscape architecture projects, her role emphasizes health, wellness, carbon reduction, and stormwater management, showcasing her commitment to sustainable urban developments.
An active participant in the design community as an accomplished speaker and author, Rachael currently serves as the co-chair of AIA Seattle’s Honor Award Committee. Additionally, she has served on boards for NAIOPWA, the UW Landscape Professional Advisory Committee, Architects without Borders and the Washington Association of Landscape Architects Executive Board.