We are Mei!
Very nice, all those breathtaking projects of Mei... But how are things going behind the scenes? What does the office look like and what kind of people produce these remarkable designs? On this page you can take a look into our cool office in our sturdy Schiecentrale building and experience what a day at Mei looks like: designing, scrumming, visiting project sites and enjoying a fresh lunch with the team. We love to work, but we also take time for events, inspiring Mei Talks or a game of table soccer.
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Vacancy: Project architect Transformation

Vacancy: Project architect Russia

Carmen Aanen-Meuldijk

office & HR manager

Curious? Please come along for a cup of coffee or join our lunch (or Zoom, for the time being). You can call me at +31 10 4252222 or send me an email. See you soon!


Vacancy: Technical Designer (NL)

Vacancy: Revit-BIM-modeller (NL)

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From redevelopment to urban development strategies and innovative new-build concepts
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Internship at Mei

By Ceylan Yazici

Interview with Fatima

Fatima el Hadji

Hi Fatima, you started in January as trainee, but now you’re our junior designer. Do you notice a big difference?
Not really, actually. I started the traineeship after getting my master’s degree, but since I already had quite a bit of knowledge, it quickly became more specialized and I was given more responsibilities. That shifted very naturally into a junior position.

What attracts you to working at Mei?
I especially like the transformation projects. I think it is great to see how Mei works with the ‘soul’ of the building and keeps the different time layers visible. In order to achieve the best result, we’re often working together as a team. That happens in a Dutch manner; ‘gezellig’ but to-the-point. Everyone has their own skills and it is nice to see that your contribution is really appreciated.

What has been your best experience at Mei so far?
The fact that I could go to Marseille was really a great opportunity. Because French is one of my native languages, I was able to contribute to an important presentation not only technically but also linguistically. It kind of feels like an exchange; I’m learning Dutch from my colleagues, and at the same time I can give something back through my own background.

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