Quinn Evans Architects announces the promotion of Ann K. Dilcher, AIA, LEED AP to Principal with the firm. Since joining the firm in 1997, Ms. Dilcher has been an instrumental leader on many library, community use as well as residential design projects and has served as a project manager in the Quinn Evans Architects’ Ann Arbor Office.
In her work with a variety of clients, users, and stakeholder groups, Ms. Dilcher has applied her collaborative skills and mature understanding of technical issues to develop design solutions guiding projects to meet the programmatic needs as well as exceed user expectations. Her depth of knowledge in preservation technology, attention to detail, and ability to coordinate the expertise of specialty consultants has resulted in award-winning projects such as Bay City Hall, Pere Marquette Depot, Oliver Art Center, and Howell Carnegie Library.
“Ann has demonstrated exceptional leadership during her tenure at Quinn Evans Architects,” said Steve Jones, AIA, QEA Vice President and Managing Director of the Ann Arbor office. “Her appreciation for the importance of quality architectural details, preservation-based technical knowledge, and dedication to her clients and projects has earned her the respect and confidence of each of clients and colleagues alike.”
Ms. Dilcher holds a Master of Architecture with a Certificate in Historic Preservation from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Arts from Georgetown University. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Association for Preservation Technology International and the Eastern Great Lakes Chapter, National Trust for Preservation, Michigan Historic Preservation Network, and currently serves as the Immediate Past President of the Kempf House Museum Board of Directors.