Quinn Evans Architects is currently developing the Fit for Life Center at Henley Middle School.
“Roger approaches every design problem through the eyes of the students and the experience of the educator,” says Rosalyn Schmitt, chief operating officer for Albemarle County Public Schools. “He is able to readily synthesize the ideas of others to develop creative solutions to complex problems…No matter the size of the project, the importance of the student experience and what value the space will bring to those students is at the heart of Roger’s work.”
Richardson is currently overseeing the design of the modernization of Courtland High School in Spotsylvania County, development of a new Lower School and master plan for St. Michael’s Episcopal School in Richmond, the new Fit-4-Life Center at Henley Middle School in Albemarle County, the renewal of A.G. Wright Middle School and Garrisonville Elementary School in Stafford County, and the expansion of the All Saints Catholic School Lower School in Richmond.
In addition to A4LE, Richardson is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Virginia Association of School Superintendents, the Virginia Association of School Business Officials, and the Virginia School Board Association.