Scott Camp, AIA

Project Architect
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Scott Camp, AIA

Project Architect

Born in Tampa, Florida and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, Scott earned his architectural degrees at University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Though he has just started at BVH in 2020, Scott has worked at BVH before, starting in 1995 until 2008, working on award-winning projects like the MCC Connector Building and St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.

Scott’s interest in architecture was first piqued at a young age through his love of drawing and family trips to Europe. There, he became fascinated by the architecture of the cathedrals, ancient Roman ruins, and the history and dense urban fabric of European cities.   

When Scott isn’t in the office, he enjoys spending time with his wife Kristin, remodeling and adding to their four-square 1920s farmhouse.  He also enjoys woodworking, metalwork, gardening, biking, and travel – including road trips through nearly every state in the USA.

What is your favorite place you have visited?
The Rocky Mountain West, including Telluride, Ouray, Durango, Taos, Santa Fe.

What is the most impactful thing you’ve learned over the course of your career?
Opportunities always exist to learn something new from study, or from the people and clients I work with.

What is your area of interest or research?
Historic preservation and rehabilitation, building materials research, and urban design.