Scott
Moore
  • NCARB
Senior Associate
Architect
Tenure:
16 Years
Scott Moore

Scott began his career at Mackenzie working on the firm's industrial team. Scott served as project coordinator, and later project architect, for a number of significant projects, including Farwest Steel's manufacturing facility at the Port of Vancouver, Birtcher Center at Townsend Way, and the Bybee Lake Logistics Center. In 2010, Scott shifted focus, joining Mackenzie's public projects team. Since that time, he has managed the development of several police and fire facilities, including the award-winning DeLake Fire Station, Hood River Fire Station, and the City of Gresham's new Rockwood Public Safety Facility. Scott earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon.

"I've worked on many projects over my career here at Mackenzie, all of which I have felt a strong feeling of pride in; but I would have to say that my greatest sense of accomplishment comes from projects within the public sector. In particular, those related to police and fire because of our involvement in the local communities and the opportunity to support those who are always there to support us when they are needed."

Featured Projects
Farwest SteelRivergate Corporate CenterHood River Fire StationRockwood Public Safety FacilityStevens County Fire Needs AssessmentMorgan DistributingBybee Lake Logistics CenterConcordia University Hilken Community StadiumTriangle Pointe