Scott has served as project manager and engineer on numerous bridge, underpass, and trail projects at LORIS since 2000. In that time, he has been involved in the planning, design, and management of over $100 million in trail, bridge, pedestrian, and traffic calming projects. These projects include over 40 underpasses / grade-separated crossings, 50 pedestrian bridges, and 100 miles of trails/paths. Many of these projects were constructed using federal funding sources with the associated requirements and challenges. He has also delivered presentations on pedestrian underpass design at the 2004 and 2008 National Trails Symposiums.
Scott is an excellent project manager with acumen for meeting client objectives on time and on budget. His diversity in skills gives him an overall view of the entire design process, heading off potential problems before they actually become problems. He has a strong sense of aesthetics that is evident throughout his work. And because he is an avid trail user, his underpass and trail projects are designed from the user’s perspective, creating safe, pleasant people spaces.