Scott practiced architecture for almost fourteen years before attending law school, focusing on senior housing, military, and state agency projects with budgets from $5 million to $90 million. As an architect, Scott was a problem solver during both the design and construction process. He also conducted research on senior housing and developed a specialization in accessible design. He was one of the drafters of Colorado’s accessible housing law, and past chair of the AIA Colorado Government Affairs Committee, on which he still serves.
Scott continues to solve problems for our clients by bringing his industry background together with his legal training. Scott has litigated contract, bond, construction defect, and drawing copyright violation cases on behalf of clients on every side of the construction contract, particularly general contractors.