Gregory J. Scott, FAIA

RLPS employee since 1977

Bachelor of Architecture with honors, Pennsylvania State University
Architectural Studies, University of Oslo

Gregg’s passion for providing meaningful environments for people of all ages spans a more than 35 year career involving innovative designs, writing for trade journals and speaking at conferences and adult continuing education programs. A senior partner in RLPS Architects and an NCARB Registered Architect in 22 states, Gregg was recently elevated to the American Institute of Architects’ College of Fellows, the highest honor awarded to members who have made significant contributions to the profession. His professional affiliations include the American Institute of Architects, LeadingAge, the Historic Preservation Trust and the National Hospice Organization. Past trustee positions include Samaritan Counseling Center and Pennsylvania College of Art & Design. Gregg also writes a monthly architectural design column for LNP News.

Gregg’s personal interests include architectural photography, writing, lecturing, biking, hiking and anything related to Maine’s Acadia National Park.

Lesson Learned: Live your life through the windshield—not the rear view mirror!