Quinn Evans, one of the nation’s leading practices in design, historic preservation, and sustainability, has announced the promotion of three professionals to senior associate.
Devan Anderson, AIA, has been promoted to senior associate in Quinn Evans’ Detroit office. Anderson has more than 20 years of architectural experience. He is currently serving as project architect for the modernization of Detroit’s iconic Michigan Central Station. Additional Michigan projects in his portfolio include the adaptive use schematic design of the Hamtramck City Center; the feasibility study, master plan, and condition assessments for the rehabilitation of Historic Fort Wayne; and the schematic design for The Hamilton on Davenport historic renovation. Anderson holds a Bachelor of Architecture (1999) from the University of Detroit Mercy. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the City of Detroit Historic District Commission, and the board of the Detroit Synergy Group.
Robert Fink, AIA, has been promoted to senior associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. Fink has 25 years of experience and currently serves as design technology director, providing corporate leadership in leveraging innovative technologies to enhance design projects. His expertise includes the development of historic building information modeling (HBIM) programs for landmark properties such as Mount Vernon and the Michigan State Capitol. Fink has also guided teams in modeling and documentation for some of the firm’s most complex projects including the National Air and Space Museum and Michigan Central Station. Other notable projects include the Lincoln Memorial and the development of the BIM model for the south entrance renovation at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Fink holds a Bachelor of Architecture (1994) from Roger Williams University. He is a member of the AIA and the Revit DC User Group board of advisors, and serves as the Heritage Subcommittee chairman for the U.S. Institute of Building Documentation.
Steve Schwenk, AIA, LEED AP, has been promoted to senior associate in the firm’s Baltimore office. His experience includes theaters and other cultural facilities, sports complexes, and office/commercial projects. Schwenk’s portfolio includes the Botts Residence Hall at Jacksonville University in Florida, the School of Business/School of Graduate Studies at Coppin State University, the baseball and tennis facility at Johns Hopkins University, and the Cole Field House at the University of Maryland College Park. He holds a Master of Architecture (2008) from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the Pennsylvania State University (2003). Schwenk is a member of the AIA, the U.S. Green Building Council, and the Neighborhood Design Center.