Scott joined Krueck Sexton Partners after working with Murphy/Jahn Architects for 36 years. There he contributed to more than 20 award-winning buildings across the United States and Europe, including the Joe and Rika Mansueto Library at the University of Chicago, the University of Chicago West Campus Combined Utility Plant, One and Two Liberty Place in Philadelphia, 10940 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, and the Sony Center Filmhaus in Berlin, Germany.
At KSP, Scott works closely with clients and teammates to foster professional excellence, ensuring that our quality standards are achieved. In recent years he has guided several State Department/OBO and GSA projects, including the U.S. Embassy — Port Moresby and the U.S. Department of Education.
Scott also works with several non-profits and has served as an owner's representative on various affordable housing projects. He founded Architecture Plus-Chicago, LLC, in 2009 and is a board member of the Evanston Community Development Association, a member of the Mies van der Rohe Society, and is on the Executive Committee of Chicago’s historic Moody Church.