Scott Schultz


NCARB, Associate

Scott began his professional career as intern architect at Pappageorge Haymes Partners in 2006, and presently serves as associate, involved in the masterplanning, schematic design, design development, and construction document phases on projects of varying size and scope nationwide. Throughout his tenure, he has contributed significantly to the firm’s technical and design credentials.

Project involvement has included: River Oaks District, a mixed-use development in Houston’s Uptown-Galleria neighborhood that includes residential apartments, boutique retail shops, and restaurants, Houston, Texas;, Buckhead Atlanta, a luxury, mixed-use neighborhood that includes 370 residences and 470,000 sq. ft. of retail space, Atlanta, Georgia; Iowa River Landing, a multi-phase, 180-acre, mixed-use development along the I-80 corridor in Coralville, Iowa; EV (East Village) Apartments, a 200-unit, mixed-use apartment complex in downtown San Diego, California; SALT, a 265-unit, luxury low-rise residential development, Tempe, Arizona; and a 34-story, 387-unit luxury residential tower, part of the massive new mixed-use redevelopment at Fifth and Broadway in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.

University of Illinois at Chicago, Master of Architecture, 2010
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, 2006

Licensed Architect, State of Illinois, 2020
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), 2020