Quinn Evans Architects Announces Firm Wide Promotions Quinn Evans Architects is pleased to announce firm wide promotions effective 1 July 2014. “These promotions underscore the strength of our professional team and commitment to developing leadership within the company. Through their talent, leadership and innovation, each of the individuals recognized have contributed to our continued evolution and growth,” said Larry Barr, AIA, President of Quinn Evans Architects. 
 
Dan Curry, AIA, LEED AP to Senior Associate 
 
Dan has over twelve years of experience working on community and educational facilities. Since joining QEA in 2010, he has developed a portfolio of 21st century schools and life-long learning projects. He has provided management and design leadership for the renovation of the Franklin Court Museum at Independence National Historical Park, and new Living Learning Residence Hall 6 at Gallaudet University. Currently, he is managing the Kramer Middle School Modernization and the new Fort Dupont Ice Arena, both for the District of Columbia Department of General Services. He holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Maryland (2000) and Bachelor of Science from the University of Virginia School of Architecture (1996). 
 
Thomas Jester, AIA, LEED AP to Senior Associate 
Tom has over twenty years of experience in architecture with a focus on historic preservation and is the leader of QEA’s Heritage Conservation Studio. He is a national leader in the preservation of modern-era architecture. His work includes the master plan for the renovation and greening of the AIA Headquarters, the National Academy of Sciences Headquarters, the Benjamin Franklin Museum, and Eastern Market. He is currently serving as project manager for the envelope revitalization of the National Air and Space Museum. He holds a B.A. from Colby College (1988), a Master’s degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania (1991), and a Master of Architecture from the University of Maryland (1999). 
 
Patrick Roach, AIA, LEED AP to Senior Associate 
Patrick’s 22-year career has focused on the preservation and adaptation of historic buildings. He specializes in projects for governmental and institutional clients, performing arts, and passenger rail transportation facilities, and has led projects both in Michigan and throughout the eastern United States. Mr. Roach's current projects include the design for exterior repairs at the Michigan State Capitol, renovation of portions of West Hall at the University of Michigan, and work at several passenger train stations for Amtrak. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (1992) and a Master of Architecture (1996) from the University of Michigan College of Architecture and Urban Planning. 
 
Tracy Hucul, RA to Associate 
Tracy has been an instrumental team member in the development of several complex and transformational education renovation projects to provide high performance learning environments. She is currently serving as Project Architect on Kramer Middle School Modernization. She holds a Master of Architecture from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2007) and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Florida (2004). 
 
Abby Tourtellotte, AIA to Associate 
Abby is a Project Architect in QEA’s Washington, DC office. She has work experience on a broad range of institutional projects spanning from K-12 and higher education to laboratory facilities. She is currently staffed as a Project Architect on the East Wing Ground Floor at the Natural Museum of Natural History. She earned a Master of Architecture from Boston Architectural College (2006) and Bachelor of Arts from Elmira College (2000). 
 
Jennifer Henriksen, AIA to Project Manager 
Jennifer joined Quinn Evans Architects in 1998 and is currently working on the exterior repair of the Memorial Building at the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park in Vincennes, Indiana. She has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan (1995) and a Master of Architecture from Lawrence Technical University (2007). 
 
Christina Roach, AIA, LEED AP to Project Manager 
Tina has worked at QEA since 1998. She is presently managing multiple National Park Service projects including restoration of a 1908 building at the Gateway National Recreation Area that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Tina has a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Architectural History from the University of Chicago (1990) and a Master of Architecture from the University of Texas (1998). 
 
Kathryn Slattery, AIA LEED AP to Project Manager 
Katie has been at Quinn Evans Architects since 2003 and is currently working on the Marvelous Migrations Exhibit at the National Zoological Park. She has a Bachelor of Science from the Catholic University of America (2001) and a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan (2003). 
 
QEA is also pleased to announce the elevation of Elizabeth Barrett, AIA, Robert Fink, AIA, and Kathryn Irwin, AIA to Senior Project Architect, Julia Siple, AIA to Project Architect, Lindsey Pickornik, RA and Mary Valadez, RA to Technical Staff I, and Devon Hogan to Technical Staff II.