EAPC is excited to welcome Scott Huber, Senior Architect, to our Minot office.
Scott has more than 30 years of experience in the Architectural world. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from North Dakota State University. Scott belongs to the AIA and is licensed in North Dakota and Indiana.
Most recently, Scott was a Senior Architect & Project Manager at a regional firm where he met with clients to review projects and work with them through the entire design process and provided construction administration. In this role, he also focused on mentoring junior architectural staff.
Scott shares that he enjoyed his time working for a local construction company, as it gave him some perspective on the behind-the-scenes of the process and helped him see things from a contractor’s perspective while designing.
“Hiring an Architect with 30+ years of experience like Scott has been a great benefit to the Western Region team. The level of knowledge and project understanding he brings to the team strengthens our ability to mentor newer staff and maintain excellence client service.” -Brett Donat, Western Region Manager/Architect
Scott shares that he enjoys mentoring students and young talent. With his role as a Senior Architect, he is excited for the opportunity to mentor student interns at EAPC through the whole design process to help them become more proficient. Scott also enjoys learning and keeping up to date on industry trends for himself, and as a way to be a better resource for junior staff. “Codes are constantly changing, things change, so I’m just continuing to keep myself educated.”
Most of Scott’s experience lies in the civic sector with office buildings and retail projects. He shares that he is looking forward to working on a variety of projects at EAPC in the future, including sports design.
In his free time, Scott enjoys lots of outdoor activities including mountain biking, golfing, and ice hockey. He shares that it’s all about family and what activities they can do together when his son comes home to visit from NDSU.