Scott Sandlin AIA, CSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined Energy Architecture as a Senior Project Manager to lead the company’s continuing expansion into life science laboratory facility design and other science & technology pursuits. With his unique project experience, managing complex commercial, institutional, and healthcare projects, biomedical laboratory facilities for high-containment level research (BSL-3 and BSL-4), and comprehensive health care facilities, Scott will strengthen our practice in so many ways–enhancing existing business relationships, mentoring staff, strengthening company culture, and creating new partnerships throughout the Texas/Gulf Coast region.
Scott joins Energy Architecture from EYP where he managed technically complex new construction and renovation projects from conception to closeout, with particular emphasis in project contractual and financial management, production team management, quality assurance/quality control, constructability review, and construction administration. Throughout his thirty-three years in the profession, he has established a reputation for quality, precision, creativity, and mature architectural judgment.
Energy Architecture is a specialized architectural firm with proven expertise in technical building planning and design for clients around the globe. Our unique skills have been honed in the service of international leaders in industrial, institutional and science/technology markets. We emphasize comprehensive and coordinated analysis, programming and planning with a passion for resolving complex technical challenges through effective and economical building solutions.
“In these uncertain times, it is more important than ever for those in the design and construction industries to be flexible and able to quickly adapt to our client’s rapidly changing needs,” says Scott. “The enthusiasm for quality project delivery serving industrial, science & technology, energy service and higher education clients is evident in Energy Architecture’s portfolio and the way they discuss their approach to work. I’m eager to lend my experience in delivering biomedical research and similar life science laboratory facilities to Energy Architecture, which I hope will enhance relationships with existing clients and expand new market opportunities to pursue, both regionally and nationally.”