Megan Tormey
AIA, LEED AP
Associate

Megan’s architectural expertise has been instrumental in the delivery of many of Quinn Evans’ most complex projects. She is adept in resolving the big picture challenges of building design and functionality, creating spaces that respond to the overall client vision as well as exacting requirements for performance. Her skills also include addressing technical challenges such as finding solutions to acoustic and lighting requirements, as well as the incorporation of state-of-the-art technology and systems within existing structures.

Her experience includes a host of performing arts spaces, from nationally renowned halls to small community theaters. Megan has also designed many transformative environments for K-12 and higher education clients.

Megan loves working on performing arts projects at QEA, whether they are big or small, new construction or in a historic building. Her ideal projects have an impact on their surroundings, serving as a catalyst for development and anchoring community revitalization.

Education

Master of Architecture, Certificate of Historic Preservation, Texas A&M University, 2001

Master of Engineering, Construction Management, Penn State University, 1999

Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Minor Architectural History, Penn State University

Affiliations

American Institute of Architects      

Association for Preservation Technology, DC Chapter, Social Media Chair    

League of Historic American Theaters

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