Quinn Evans is ranked 39th among the top 175 architecture firms in the nation according to the latest “2023 Giants 400 Report” compiled by Building Design + Construction magazine. A record 552 AEC firms submitted datafor BD+C's 2023 Giants 400 Report. The final report includes 137 rankings across 25 building sectors and specialty categories. The firm posted more than $50 million in 2022 revenue.
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. Current projects for the firm include the modernization of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.; recent renovation of the iconic Old City Hall in Richmond, VA; redevelopment of Baltimore’s Penn Station; and restoration and adaptive use of the landmark Michigan Central Station in Detroit.
The firm employs more than 200 professionals in six officelocations in Washington, D.C.; Ann Arbor and Detroit, MI; Madison, WI;Baltimore, MD; and Richmond, VA. With a deep commitment to sustainability andthe 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.