Team Members

Scott Kaufman

Owner’s Representative/ Senior Project Manager

“Read. Read everything you can get your hands on. Books, newspapers and magazines. It’s all there just waiting for you to discover it. Travel as much as possible as well. Nothing like exploring the world we live in and seeing what it has to offer.”

Executive summary:

Scott has over 35 years of professional experience working in the design and construction industry. With an architectural background as a Senior Project Manager, he has lead teams on a variety of project types including commercial, higher education, retail, hospitality, workplace/custom interiors and public sector projects. Strong communication skills, planning and organizing, and always the clients trusted advisor mark his leadership traits.

Core capabilities:

  • Strong communicator
  • Meticulous planner
  • Code analysis
  • Fee Management
  • Schedule Management
  • Planning
  • City Liaison/Permit Process
  • Contracts

Notable projects:

  • Biola University Library & Cafeteria Projects
  • Sherman Oaks Galleria Mall Renovation
  • CityCenter Las Vegas – Program Management
  • Warner Bros. Administration Building
  • Fairmont Hotel
  • Long Beach Headquarters Building
  • Los Angeles Data Center
  • Amgen Buildings 35, 36 & 37

Top accomplishment:

I’ve had the opportunity to work on many projects with great people. One that I will always remember is the Biola Cafeteria projects. We did a total remodel of their existing cafeteria. It was very old and outdated. The project scope included new equipment, food menu and a complete redesign of the interior. The project took approximately 10 months to construct. When it opened up, the students rushed in, got all quiet, then started yelling and applauding their new space. Its moments like this that makes one glad what they do for a living. It’s always about client satisfaction in this business, and I certainly got my dose of it that day.

Education & Qualifications

•A.A., Los Angeles Pierce Community College

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