About Quinn Evans

Quinn Evans is a nationally recognized award-winning architecture and design firm informed by the past to design our shared future. We are technical experts who act as caretakers, conveners, and listeners able to identify the solutions that will best serve the community and long-term life of a place.  Addressing the complex challenges of a variety of project types – from public sites, museums and visitor centers, civic, performing arts, educational, and hospitality, to multi-family housing - we bring expertise in cultural and sustainable stewardship to every decision in our projects and our practice. The quality and impact of our design and work in our communities is affirmed by our selection for the AIA’s 2024 Architecture Firm Award.

Team building is critical to the Quinn Evans practice. We create better work and more fulfilling professional lives together through a culture that fosters constructive engagement with a diversity of staff, practice, client communities, and points of view.

Be a part of a collaborative and diverse team designing ways for places and people to thrive today and tomorrow. As one of the largest women-owned design practices in the country, Quinn Evans takes pride in our diverse team and workplace culture that emphasizes leadership, innovation, teamwork, and professional development. We offer competitive compensation, a supportive hybrid work environment, and opportunity to make a difference through work on unique and impactful projects.


‍Our commitment to contributing to and advancing our profession is reflected in sponsorship and team member leadership positions in the Association for Preservation Technology, membership in the President’s Circle of the National Organization for Minority Architects (NOMA) and as a signatory of the 1.5°C COP26 Communiqué.

Quinn Evans is a nationally recognized and award-winning architecture and design firm deeply committed to sustainability, stewardship, inclusive design, and resilient communities. Our portfolio includes cultural, institutional, multi-family housing, and educational projects across many scales. Our work connects people with place to deliver purpose, meaning, resilience, and lasting stewardship. Be a part of a collaborative and diverse team rooted in a shared purpose to create impactful solutions that allow places and people to thrive today and tomorrow. Quinn Evans is among the largest women-owned design practices in the country. We take pride in our diverse team and workplace culture that emphasizes mentoring, coaching, and professional development. 

Interested in joining our team? Please submit a Cover Letter, Resume and Portfolio.

Quinn Evans is an equal opportunity employer, offering employment to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation/gender identity, Veterans status, and disability. We are committed to diversity and inclusion and encourage women and diverse applicants to apply.

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