Steven L. Spurlock
Steven L. Spurlock, FAIA LEED®AP, is a principal at Quinn Evans, an architecture, preservation, and planning firm. His work includes commercial, institutional, diplomatic, residential, and historic preservation projects.
Steven received his architectural training at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, England, and Virginia Polytechnic Institute, from which he holds a BArch with distinction.
Steven served as a member of the American Institute of Architects Washington, DC, Chapter Board, including as President in 2010. He subsequently served a three-year term (2012-2014) as a Regional Director on the National Board of the AIA. Additional activities include service on the National Public Outreach Committee, the Equity in Architecture Commission, and service as a juror on the Diversity Recognition Awards Program 2017-2019. From 2020-2022, Steven served on the national jury for the AIA College of Fellows including chair in 2022. He has acted as guest critic and lecturer at various local universities and regional preservation conferences. In 2020, he was awarded the Centennial Medal from American Institute of Architects Washington DC Chapter, the highest award given to a member.
Community service includes Chair of the Montgomery County, Md., Historic Preservation Commission, President of the Board of the Maryland Association of Historic District Commissions, and as a board member of the National Maritime Heritage Foundation, Washington Architectural Foundation, and the Washington Conservatory of Music. Cosmos Club activities include the Music Committee 2019 to present and as a trustee on the Cosmos Club Historic Preservation Foundation.
An avid amateur musician, Steven plays with the Washington Conservatory of Music Orchestra and with a string quartet.
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