Posted on November 22, 2019
Hogan Honored with Virginia AIA Emerging Professional Award
Quinn Evans Architect Active in Community, Profession
11.20.19 – Emily Hogan, AIA, an architect in the Richmond office of Quinn Evans, has been awarded the Emerging Professional Award from the Virginia chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The award recognizes the accomplishments of emerging leaders for their contributions to the profession in several areas, including mentorship and service to the community as well as service to the profession through the AIA and other organizations.
In addition to designing major school, university, library, and civic projects, Hogan has served as an officer and board member of the AIA Richmond chapter, and has volunteered with Richmond Women in Design, the Museum District Association, the United Way, Dress for Success, and the Henrico County Energy Fair. She was a 2014 participant in the AIA Virginia’s Emerging Leaders in Architecture program, and in 2017, she was recognized with the AIA Virginia’s Richard L. Ford Award in recognition of her vision, passion, and excellence in the design community.
At Quinn Evans, in addition to her design responsibilities, Hogan serves as a mentor, office orientation leader, and recruiting manager. She holds a Master of Architecture (2006) from Columbia University and a B.S. degree in Interior Architecture (2003) from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
About Quinn Evans
Established in 1984, Quinn Evans provides services in architecture, planning, urban revitalization, and historic preservation, including sustainable preservation and stewardship. The firm has more than 170 professionals in offices in Washington, D.C.; Ann Arbor and Detroit, Michigan; Madison, Wisconsin; Baltimore, Maryland; and Richmond, Virginia. Nationally ranked in its sustainability practice, Quinn Evans is a charter signatory of the AIA 2030 Challenge and a member of the Center for the Built Environment.
Quinn Evans specializes in cultural, institutional, commercial, and educational projects, including museums, historic parks, theaters, mixed-use buildings, schools and campus facilities, libraries, and civic landmarks.
Current projects include the modernization of the National Air and Space Museum and the renovation of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.; renovation of the Old City Hall and Virginia Commonwealth University’s new STEM building in Richmond, Va.; the redevelopment of Baltimore Penn Station; upgrades to the Cincinnati Art Museum; and modernization of the historic Southeast Library in Minneapolis, Minn. Quinn Evans has also recently been selected by Ford to design the restoration and adaptive use of the landmark Michigan Central Station in Detroit. Other projects in Detroit include the restoration of the historic Wurlitzer Building, renovation of 985 Michigan Avenue for the U.S. General Services Administration, and the adaptive reuse of the historic Brewster Wheeler Recreation Center. For more information, visit www.quinnevans.com.