Scott’s interests in carbon neutrality, lean building methods, and design technologies prompted him to join SGA in December of 2020. As a member of the firm’s interiors and architecture practices, he helps to bridge concepts and constructability across a variety of life science projects. His goal is to preserve clients’ “excitement” through every stage of a commission – long after initial ideas are presented.
Previously, Scott served as a project architect at TRIA, Inc., a Boston-based design firm that specializes in life sciences. During his five-year tenure there, he focused on incorporating technology into the building of laboratories, corporate interiors, and core-and-shell structures.
Scott earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carnegie Mellon University. While completing his studies, he worked at the institution as a teaching assistant in materials and assembly and as an advisor in the use of full-scale plywood in architecture and construction.
Outside of the office, Scott enjoys cooking, designing furniture (mostly made of wood), and skiing. His favorite place to hit the slopes is Jay Peak in Vermont, close to the Canadian border.