Quinn Evans Promotes Henriksen, MacKillop to Principal
by 
Jeanine Quaglia
August 14, 2020

Design Professionals Lead Major Preservation, Restoration Projects

Quinn Evans, one of the nation’s leading architectural, planning, and historic preservation firms, has announced that Jennifer Henriksen, AIA, and Colin MacKillop, AIA, LEED AP, CDT, have been promoted to principal. The promotions are among nearly two dozen recently announced throughout the firm’s six offices.

Jennifer Henriksen is an experienced architect and project manager in Quinn Evans’ Ann Arbor, Mich., office. Her portfolio includes complex historic preservation and adaptive use projects throughout Michigan for public- and private-sector clients, including the restoration of the historic Garden Theater venue in Detroit, the modernization of the circa-1920s Croswell Opera House in Adrian, the renovation of the City Opera House in Traverse City, and the directing preservation efforts on Michigan Central Station in Detroit.

Henriksen holds a Master of Architecture from Lawrence Technological University (2007) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan (1995). She is a member of the Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) and the American Institute of Architects.

Jennifer Henriksen, AIA

Colin MacKillop has extensive experience in design and project management, and has played a key role in several of Quinn Evans’ largest projects. Based in the Washington, D.C. office, he currently serves as project manager for the revitalization of the National Air and Space Museum, the Smithsonian Institution’s largest museum modernization to date. Now under construction, the multi-phase project is anticipated to be complete in 2025. MacKillop has also served as project manager and lead designer for the Claudelands Events Center, and the PwC Center Regional Headquarters, in Hamilton, New Zealand, as well as the Meadowbank Senior Living and Commons Facility in Auckland, New Zealand; and project architect for the addition and renovation to the Rutgers University Law School in New Jersey, the design of the University of Delaware Center for the Arts in Newark, and the Goodwin Bridge at the University of Virginia.

MacKillop holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati (1997). He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a LEED Accredited Professional.

Colin MacKillop, AIA, LEED AP, CDT
“Jennifer and Colin have consistently provided design leadership and expert management for many of our most complex projects,” says Alyson Steele, FAIA, LEED AP, executive vice president and chief design officer for Quinn Evans. “They are proficient in addressing the many challenges of restoring and adapting historic buildings, including high-profile civic landmarks and projects that require innovative approaches and creative vision.”

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