Patrick Roach

Historic buildings fuel Patrick’s creativity, presenting opportunities to solve logistical challenges and return vacant or underused structures to new uses and economic vitality. His expertise includes building assessments, master planning, design, and project management, with a focus on the integration of preservation technology to address historically significant and contextually sensitive spaces.

Patrick has overseen many prominent historic restorations and adaptive use projects, ranging from landmark civic spaces, theaters, and mixed-use properties to heritage sites and parks.

Patrick loves seeing communities come back to life as buildings are transformed. He believes that a commitment to community—through design, professional leadership, and volunteering—is an important attribute of Quinn Evans’ culture and daily practice.


Master of Architecture in Historic Preservation Architecture, University of Michigan, 1996

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Michigan, 1992


National Trust for Historic Preservation    

Michigan Historic Preservation Network  

American Institute of Architects    

Construction Specifications Institute    

National Fire Protection Association

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards


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