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Quinn Evans Promotes ASLA Member to Associate

Quinn Evans, one of the nation’s leading practices in design, historic preservation, and sustainability, has announced the promotion of eight professionals, one of which is Stephanie Austin Redding, ASLA.

Stephanie Austin

Stephanie Austin Redding, ASLA, has been promoted to associate in the Ann Arbor, Michigan, office. Austin Redding is a landscape architect with expertise in the planning and design of historically significant sites and cultural landscapes nationwide. She holds a Master of Landscape Architecture (2013) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (2010) from the University of Michigan. Austin Redding is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

About Quinn Evans

Quinn Evans provides services in architecture, planning, urban revitalization, and historic preservation, including sustainable preservation and stewardship. Established in 1984, the firm has more than 200 professionals in six office locations 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 for the firm 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.; and redevelopment of Baltimore’s Penn Station. Quinn Evans has also recently been selected by Ford to design the restoration and adaptive use of the landmark Michigan Central Station in Detroit. Projects in Detroit also include the restoration of the historic Wurlitzer Building; the renovation of 985 Michigan Avenue for the U.S. General Services Administration; and the documentation of 20th-century African American civil rights sites in the city of Detroit for the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office in association with the Detroit Historic Designation Advisory Board. For more information, visit

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