Quinn Evans has announced the promotions of 10 architects and designers in four of the firm’s offices: Ann Arbor and Detroit, Mich.; Baltimore, Md.; and Washington, D.C. The professionals possess expertise in a broad range of the firm’s key markets, including the design of museums and cultural facilities, schools and higher educational facilities, commercial buildings, and residential complexes.

In the Ann Arbor office, Christopher Lattimer, RA, Fitwel Ambassador has been promoted to Architect and Imman Suleiman, Fitwel Ambassador has been promoted to designer.

Christopher Lattimer, RA, Fitwel Ambassador holds a Bachelor of Architecture (2016) from the University of Notre Dame.

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Christopher Lattimer, RA, Fitwel Ambassador

Imman Suleiman, Fitwel Ambassador holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2016) and a Master of Architecture (2019) from the University of Michigan.

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Imman Suleiman, Fitwel Amabassador

In the Detroit office, Rachel Pisano has been promoted to designer.

Rachel Pisano holds a Master of Architecture (2019) from the University of Detroit Macy.

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Rachel Pisano

In the D.C. office, Charles Thompson has been promoted to senior designer, and Kelly Haley, Daniela Tai, Associate AIA, LEED GA, and Jeremiah Huth have been promoted to designer.

Charles Thompson holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Architecture History Minor (2011) from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation (2013) from Columbia University.

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Charles Thompson

Kelly Haley holds a Bachelor of Arts in History (2015) and a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies (2015) from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and a Master of Historic Preservation (2019) and a Master of Architecture (2019) from the University of Maryland.

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Kelly Haley

Daniela Tai, Associate AIA, LEED GA holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting (2011) from the University of Florida, and a Master of Historic Preservation (2019) and a Master of Architecture (2019) from the University of Maryland.

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Daniela Tai, Associate AIA, LEED GA

Jeremiah Huth holds an Associate of Science in Graphic Design (2009) from Northern Virginia Community College, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics (2005) and a Master of Architecture (2018) from the University of Wisconsin.

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Jeremiah Huth

In the Baltimore office, Allison McElheny, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, and Dan Carter, AIA have been promoted to senior architect.

Allison McElheny, AIA, LEED AP BD+C holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History (2000) from Emory University and a Master of Architecture (2006) from The New School, Parsons School of Design.

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Allison McElheny, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Dan Carter, AIA holds a Bachelor of Architecture (1994) from the University of North Carolina.

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Dan Carter, AIA

In the Richmond office, Zachary Carter has been promoted to senior designer.

Zachary Carter holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2010) and a Master’s in Architecture (2014) from the University of Virginia.

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Zachary Carter