Quinn Evans Architects is pleased to announce the addition of Bruce D. Judd, FAIA to its professional staff as Senior Preservation Architect. Bruce is considered a pioneer in the field of historic preservation architecture and has a national reputation as a thought leader, experienced practitioner, and financial pragmatist.  
 
“Bruce is a fantastic addition to our preservation planning team,” said QEA President Larry Barr, AIA. “He brings a wealth of experience that will synthesize our comprehensive preservation planning services. We are proud to welcome such a well known and respected leader in the field of historic preservation to our professional staff.” 
 
In his new role with QEA, Judd will provide leadership for the firm’s preservation planning practice area. He will direct in-house resources in the fields of historic preservation, history and architectural history, landscape preservation and cultural resource management.  
 
He joins the firm after 35 years as the founding principal of Architectural Resources Group in San Francisco where his work included more than 250 planning, rehabilitation, and expansion projects for architecturally significant buildings throughout the west. He is a nationally recognized expert in his field and has led rehabilitation and new construction projects for library, cultural, and performing arts facilities, including the award-winning master plan and completed renovation of the Hotel Del Coronado, He has also directed high-profile projects, including the repair and restoration of the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, seismic retrofit for the block-square Beaux-Arts style City Hall in Pasadena, and adaptation of the historic Cal Tech astrophysics building into the Linde Center for Global Environmental Science.  
 
Judd is an accomplished author and lecturer on the topics of planning and strategies for historic preservation and is active on many fronts of the national preservation community. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, and has served as a president-appointed “Expert-Member” of the Advisor Council on Historic Preservation for eight years and as a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for nine years. His significant accomplishments in and contributions to the field of historic architectural design were recognized by his investiture in the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects.