Quinn Evans, one of the nation’s top-ranked firms in design, historic preservation, and sustainability, has added five professional staff members to its Washington, D.C., office.
Anthony Harris, AIA, LEED AP, CDT, has joined the firm as a senior architect. Harris returns to Quinn Evans, where he began his career in 2003, with 18 years of experience in the design of educational environments, libraries, and institutional facilities. Major projects include the modernization of the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice in New York, N.Y.; the expansion and renovation of the New York Public Library; and the modernization of the central branch of the Queens Public Library system in New York. Harris holds a Master of Architecture (2003) from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture (2001) from the Catholic University of America. He is a registered architect, a LEED® accredited professional, and is Construction Documents Technology-certified.
Jennifer LaBerge, AIA, NCIDQ, has joined the firm as an architect. LaBerge brings broad-based experience in architecture and historic renovation to Quinn Evans, with experience in the design of K-12 schools, higher education facilities, multifamily dwellings, and cultural and institutional settings. She holds a Master of Architecture (2011) from the University of Washington, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design (2008) from the University of Georgia, and a Bachelor of Arts (2003) from the University of Central Florida. She is a registered architect and is NCIDQ-certified in interior design.
Katharine Bolton, ASLA, has joined Quinn Evans as a senior landscape designer. Bolton is an award-winning landscape architect with expertise in the preservation and restoration of historic landscapes. She holds a Masters in Landscape Architecture (2017) from the University of Colorado, Denver; and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design (2011) from the University of Vermont. She is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Daniel Castele and Jennifer Rokoff have joined the firm as staff designers. Castele is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a Master of Historic Preservation (2013) and a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural History (2010). Rokoff holds a Master of Architecture (2018) from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science (2015) from Washington University.