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Julia Manglitz Joins Quinn Evans as Senior Preservation Architect

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Lorynn Holloway
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Julia Manglitz, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, APT RP, has joined Quinn Evans as a senior preservation architect based in the Washington, D.C. office.
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Julia Manglitz, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, APT RP, has joined Quinn Evans as a senior preservation architect. An accomplished preservation professional and project manager, Manglitz brings more than 25 years of experience to the role. She has expertise leading projects for institutional clients including the national, state, and local governments, public universities, and non-profits. Her work includes fifty-five projects involving historically significant structures listed on State or National Register of Historical Places, and she has guided the development of Historic Structures Reports and preservation treatment programs.

Manglitz is highly skilled in rehabilitation documentation and developing technical solutions for archaic construction materials and assemblies – specifically historic masonry and enclosures. On the topic, Manglitz has authored multiple technical documents and publications, including "Success and Failure in Applying ASTM Standards to the Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Historic Masonry Structures – A Case Study," (with co-authors K. Vance Kelley, AIA and Mark Hodges, PE); "Masonry Veneer Investigation in Transitional Construction Restoration," (with co-authors Michel Thompson, PE and K. Vance Kelley, AIA), and "Long Term Effects of Penetrating Water Repellents on Limestone," (with co-author K. Vance Kelley, AIA). Her work and expertise have been profiled in Building Stone Magazine multiple times.

Manglitz holds a Master of Architecture (1999) and Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering (1992) from the University of Kansas. She is a member and on the Board of Directors of the Association for Preservation Technology International. She was recently recognized as an APT Recognized Professional, which credits designers with specialized knowledge in the use of preservation technology in the conservation and stewardship of cultural heritage.

“Quinn Evans continues to create opportunities for professionals to advance our sustainable stewardship mission” says Tom Jester, FAIA, FAPT, LEEDAP, principal, and COO. "Julia will play a key role in promoting the technical acumen, creativity, and innovation of our preservation practice and further expand our culture of collaboration across the firm.”

She will join teams working on a number of preservation projects for the Architect of the Capitol.

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