Quinn Evans Architects has announced the promotion of 11 professionals in its Ann Arbor, Detroit, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore offices.  
 
In the Ann Arbor office, Elizabeth Roach, AIA, LEED AP, has been promoted to senior associate; Ruth Mills, MA, MS, has been promoted to senior historian; Karin Neubauer, Stephanie Austin, and Amy McNamara have been promoted to senior designer; and Alexis Galinis and Gania Kandalaft have been promoted to designer. Elizabeth Roach, senior associate, is the marketing manager for Quinn Evans Architects’ offices in Ann Arbor and Detroit, as well as Madison, Wisconsin. She holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University (1999) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan (1996). Roach is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Society for Marketing Professional Services. 
 
Ruth Mills, senior historian, joined Quinn Evans Architects in 2001 and has played a key role in several major projects including the restoration of the McGregor Reflecting Pool at Wayne State University in Detroit and the restoration of the Fort Gratiot Light Station in Port Huron. Mills holds a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from Eastern Michigan University (2001), a Master of Arts in Comparative History from Central Michigan University (1995), and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Central Michigan University (1992). She is a past president of the Michigan Historic Preservation Network. 
 
Karin Neubauer, senior designer, has been with Quinn Evans Architects since 2011. Her portfolio in Michigan includes the renovation of the Bay City City Hall following a fire in 2010, modernization of the Howell Carnegie Library, and the renovation of 985 Michigan Avenue for the U.S. General Services Administration. Neubauer holds a Master of Architecture (2017) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2006), both from the University of Michigan. 
 
Stephanie Austin, senior designer, has been a member of the firm’s cultural landscape team since 2013. Austin has served as landscape designer, GIS specialist, and researcher on several collaborative projects that emphasize extensive public and stakeholder involvement including Effigy Mounds National Monument in Iowa, the Iowa Blood Run Cultural Landscape Master Plan, and the Cultural Landscape Report for Split Rock Lighthouse in Minnesota. She holds a Master of Landscape Architecture (2013) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2010) from the University of Michigan. 
 
Amy McNamara, senior designer, has worked with both the Ann Arbor and Detroit offices focusing on adaptive use, renovation, and infill design. Her major projects include the Dexter Downtown Redevelopment, the Allegan District Library renovation and addition, and the State Theatre renovation in Ann Arbor. McNamara holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan (2011) and a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College of Chicago (1994). 
 
Alexis Galinis, designer, has completed numerous projects including the restoration of ten buildings at Belle Isle and the State Theatre renovation. She holds a Master of Architecture (2014) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2012) from the University of Michigan as well as a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from Eastern Michigan University (2016). 
 
Gania Kandalaft, designer, is part of the firm’s team for the planned renovation of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., the largest museum modernization in history. She holds a Master of Architecture (2015) and Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2010), both from the Lawrence Technological University. 
 
In the Detroit office, Angela Wyrembelski has been promoted to associate; Brandon Friske has been promoted to senior designer; and Brian Moore and Derek Polk have been promoted to designer. Angela Wyrembelski, associate, has been involved in several major renovation and historic restoration projects, including the rehabilitation of the Crapo Building in Bay City and the award-winning restoration and expansion of the Garden Theater block in midtown Detroit. She holds a Master of Architecture from the Boston Architectural College (2014) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan (2007). 
 
Brandon Friske, senior designer, joined Quinn Evans Architects in 2006. His portfolio focuses on urban revitalization projects such as Knapp’s Centre in Lansing, and the Woodward Willis development, the adaptive use of the former B. Siegel department store into the mixed-use 7.Liv, and the adaptive use project at Checker Cab, all in Detroit. He holds a Master of Architecture (2011) and Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2006), both from the Lawrence Technological University. 
 
Brian Moore, designer, has completed numerous projects including the renovation of the Tower on the Maumee in Toledo; and the mixed-use 7.Liv development and the Siren Hotel at the Wurlitzer Building, both in Detroit. He holds a Master of Architecture (2014) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2013) both from the University of Detroit Mercy. 
 
Derek Polk, designer, has contributed to several adaptive use projects in Detroit such as the Plaza and the Siren Hotel at the Wurlitzer Building as well as the renovation of the Tower on the Maumee in Toledo. He holds a Master of Architecture (2015) from the University of Detroit Mercy. 
 
In the Washington, D.C. office, Devon Hogan, RA, LEED AP BD+C; Anne Kopf, AIA; and Atara Margolies, AIA, LEED AP, have all been promoted to architect. Devon Hogan specializes in educational facility design and renovation. His experience includes the modernization of the historic Stratford Middle School in Arlington, Va.; and Kramer Middle School and Van Ness Elementary School, both in Washington, D.C. Hogan holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Howard University (2013). 
 
Anne Kopf has worked extensively in the urban environment, contributing to multiple restoration projects at the Daughters of the American Revolution headquarters in Washington, D.C., and the modernization and adaptive use of the Old City Hall in Richmond, Va. Kopf is a member of the American Institute of Architects and holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Maryland (2014) and a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design from Illinois Wesleyan University (2008). 
 
Atara Margolies has worked on many complex renovation projects in the region including the modernization of the historic Stratford Middle School in Arlington, Va. Margolies is a member of the American Institute of Architects and holds a Master of Architecture (2004) and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (2000), both from the University of Pennsylvania. 
 
In the Baltimore office, Allison McElheny, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been promoted to associate; David Gavin has been promoted to architect; and Alfredo Davalos has been promoted to designer. Allison McElheny has been instrumental in several of the firm’s transformative restoration projects, including the Lion Brothers Building and the American Brewery, both in Baltimore. Currently, she is working on the renovation of the Phillips Packing House in Cambridge, Md.; and Southern Views, a multifamily housing development in East Baltimore. McElheny holds a Master of Architecture from Parsons, the New School (2006) and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Emory University (2000). 
 
David Gavin has worked on a variety of challenging projects for the Baltimore office, including the award-winning Open Works maker space in Baltimore; a new outdoor performing arts venue at Allen Pond Park in Bowie, Md.; and the renovation and expansion of the Cole Field House at the University of Maryland in College Park, Md. Gavin holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Maryland (2012) and a Bachelor of Science from the Catholic University of America (2010). 
 
Alfredo Davalos’ projects include work on the National Zoo Education Center and the expansion of the McLean School in Potomac, Md. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Tecnológica de Monterey (2014).