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27 March 2014
The historic structure on the corner of Kingsley & Detroit streets in Ann Arbor, Michigan is Zingerman's world-famous deli with a unique charm and tantalizing wafting aroma. Foodies from across the globe drool over the offerings inside. But when the deli had outgrown itself and needed to expand, the environmentally-committed owners engaged Quinn Evans Architects in a four-year collaboration and have been awarded LEED Gold for their efforts in sustainable building practices.
14 March 2014
Quinn Evans Architects' restoration of Minoru Yamasaki's reflecting pool and sculpture garden has won a 2014 Governor's Award for outstanding historic preservation project in the state of Michigan.
10 March 2014
Quinn Evans Architects renovated 60,000-square-feet within an existing historic urban high school building for 340 students in a new STEM middle school program - the first of its kind in the District of Columbia. The high-performance educational space earned a LEED-CI Platinum Rating from the US Green Building Council making it the first public school renovation in the District to earn a LEED rating of this level.
18 February 2014
The Michigan Architectural Foundation is accepting applications for the Evans Memorial Grant for Historic Preservation. The $7,500 grant, awarded to a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that can demonstrate a creative solution to a preservation problem, is made possible by a five-year commitment from Quinn Evans Architects, the Clannad Foundation, and an anonymous endowment.