Quinn Evans Ranked Among Nation’s Top Design Firms

Kristina Von Tish, CPSM, LEED Green Associate
Kristina von Tish
CPSM, LEED Green Associate
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Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firms list ranks the 500 largest US-based design firms based on design-specific revenue.
An exterior photo of a large historical building
Old City Hall in Richmond, Virginia

Engineering News-Record (ENR) has once again counted Quinn Evans among the country’s top design firms. ENR’s Top 500 Design Firms list, published annually in April, ranks the 500 largest US-based design firms (including architecture, engineering, and planning firms) based on design-specific revenue. For 2024, Quinn Evans ranks #367.

Established in 1984, Quinn Evans specializes in cultural, institutional, commercial, and educational projects, including museums, historic parks, theaters, mixed-use buildings, government buildings, schools and campus facilities, libraries, and major civic landmarks and infrastructure. The firm is the recipient of the American Institute of Architects’ Architecture Firm Award for 2024.

Quinn Evans’ current projects include the modernization of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC; the redevelopment of Baltimore’s Penn Station; and the restoration and adaptive use of the landmark Michigan Central Station in Detroit. Quinn Evans recently completed the award-winning rehabilitation of Old City Hall, a National Historic Landmark in Richmond, Virginia.

The firm employs more than 200 professionals in six office locations in Ann Arbor and Detroit, Michigan; Baltimore, Maryland; Madison, Wisconsin; Richmond, Virginia; and Washington, DC. With a deep commitment to sustainability and the renewal of the built environment, Quinn Evans is a charter signatory of the AIA 2030 Commitment and a member of the Center for the Built Environment.

See ENR’s full list here.

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