Scott currently manages many of our Elmira School Projects, one of our largest and long-term clients. Scott also takes lead on some unique and high-visibility projects like the Clemens Center improvements. That architectural design leadership, combined with his role in mentoring junior staff and coordinating with others, has naturally culminated in him assuming this new Associate role.
Scott’s strength in architectural design was immediately evident when he joined HUNT in 1999, and even as he has taken on the myriad responsibilities that go with being a Senior PM, he has managed to maintain a design sensibility that regularly draws praise from clients and colleagues. He earned his professional license in 2018, and since then has somehow managed to add managing multi-discipline projects and writing proposals to an already full docket.
On the personal side, Scott balances work with his travels around the region in support of his two girls’ cheer and gymnastics competitions, and he also plays an active role in Scouts BSA, where he currently serves as Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 101 in Elmira, an activity he shares with his son.
Scott will continue in his PM role while having increased opportunities for input in the firm’s strategic planning and growth.