Scott Noble, AIA, NCARB

Scott has more than 30 years of design and construction management experience and is currently an architect at Kaiser Group and Path Architecture, a leader in cross-laminated timber (CLT) construction. Scott has worked on several mass timber projects, including The Radiator office building, Carbon12 condominiums, and The Canyons apartment complex. He is currently working on a feasibility study for a 450-foot mass timber tower, funded in part by a Wood Innovation Grant from the USDA Forest Service, and is part of an interdisciplinary team seeking to address the challenges of using mass timber in tropical climates. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo, and a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon, and is a registered architect in Oregon and Hawaii.

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