Scott began his career with Wells Concrete in 2000 starting in a drafting role developing an in-depth understanding of the efficiencies the company offers on the front-end of product design and layout.
With over 19 years’ experience in the precast industry, Scott has been a part of the product evolution that Wells Concrete has been leading from structural precast components to the new and cutting edge architectural capabilities that now can be achieved with architectural precast. His variety of roles from drafting to estimating, project management to sales/business development has provided him with a wide perspective of what precast can achieve efficiently and effectively. Scott enjoys the variety of opportunities that are available to provide solutions to owners and architects to make projects run smooth and efficient.
Scott graduated from the North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, ND with and Associates in Architectural Drafting, Lake Region State College with an Associates in Business Administration and the University of North Dakota with his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management.
Notable Project Experience
Block 9- Fargo ND
This 18 story precast cladding project located in downtown Fargo was a combined effort of three years of working with the owners and design team on budgets, layout, and value engineering suggestions. The site logistics, schedule, and coordination of other trades has been a challenging aspect of the project and something Wells Concrete is proud of
NDSU Residence Life Hall
A six-story steel structure with cladding architectural precast was new to the NDSU campus. Once the precast capabilities were made known and the speed of construction was demonstrated it was confirmed to be the right building material choice and was a successful project for all the parties involved.
Dickinson Middle School-Dickinson, ND
Working with Mortenson Construction through the design phase and collaborating in the modeling program Wells Concrete completed this school on time and within budget.