Quinn Evans Architects Adds Five to its Design, Administration Staff
WASHINGTON, DC Quinn Evans Architects adds five new staff members in the firm's Washington, D.C., office. Sharif Attia, RA, has been named a Senior Architect. Amanda Lewkowicz, AIA, LEED AP, has been named a Staff Architect. Kiruthika Balasubramanian has been named a Staff Designer, Marcos Molina has been named Marketing/Communications Coordinator, and Cynthia King is a Project Accountant.
Sharif Attia, RA, Senior Architect, has 20 years of architectural experience with expertise in the design and restoration of civic and institutional buildings. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon (1995). Attia is currently working on the firm's largest design project, the modernization of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
Amanda Lewkowicz, AIA, LEED AP, Staff Architect, holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Washington (2009) and a Bachelor of Arts from Haverford College (2005). She has experience as a designer on both new construction, renovation, and preservation projects. Lewkowicz is currently working on the restoration of the circa-1765 Old Stone House in Washington, D.C., for the National Park Service; and upgrades to the South Entrance of the National Museum of Natural History.
Kiruthika Balasubramanian, Staff Designer, recently obtained her Master of Architecture from Virginia Tech (2016). She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Anna University in India. Balasubramanian is also currently supporting Quinn Evans' project team for the modernization of the National Air and Space Museum.
Marcos Molina, Marketing/Communications Coordinator, holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Marquette University (2014). His experience includes web-based marketing, social media, graphic design, and client relationship strategies.
Cynthia King, Project Accountant, has more than ten years of experience in managing contract budgets. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bernard Baruch College (2004).