R. Scott Holland, AIA

Vice President    

Mr. Holland has 34 years of experience in the design of various public and private facilities. During the past 25 years, he has primarily focused on designs for government facilities and has been Project Manager for over 400 projects for the U.S. Navy and 23 projects for the U.S. Postal Service. These projects include renovation, additions, repairs and alterations, and new construction.

Mr. Holland has also been Project Manager for two renovation/repair projects at Pensacola Junior College, with construction costs of $2.0 million each, a $2.25 million project to renovate hurricane-damaged Island Echos Condominiums, a new $2.1 million bed & breakfast inn in downtown Pensacola, and a new $1.5 million fellowship hall on Pensacola Beach.

His education background includes: Auburn University, 1976 with a Bachelor of Architecture (Design) and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design. Mr. Holland has active registrations as an architect with Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi, NCARB registration, and Interior Design in Florida. His affiliations include membership in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), a board member of the Pensacola Beach Advocates, and a former board member of Clean and Green (also known as Pensacola– Escambia Clean Community Commission).

Designs include: