Lee Quill Elevated to the AIA College of Fellows

>It’s always exciting when our work is recognized with an award or honor. We’ve recently had something just as exciting to celebrate around the CQA office. One of our Founding Principals, Lee Quill, has been elevated to the American Institute of Architects’ College of Fellows. Lee Quill, FAIA joins our other Founding Principal, Ralph Cunningham, FAIA in this prestigious honor.

Lee Quill, FAIA, Founding Principal

The AIA describes the Fellowship program as a way to recognize and elevate architects who not only have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession, but have also made significant contributions to both architecture and society on a national level. Only 3% of all AIA members have been distinguished with this honor.

Lee has earned this special distinction in the area of Practice by creating a recognized practice model of public engagement, education and collaboration that has produced award-winning designs and affirmed the Architect’s role as civic leader.

To view the complete list of this years’ Fellows, please see the full 2011 FAIA Announcement.