Aaron Scott came to Cromwell in 2005 as an Intern Architect with two years of experience. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2002 with a Bachelors of Architecture. While at Cromwell, he has gained experience in all aspects of architectural practice from the initial stages of programming, space planning and design, multi-discipline design integration through construction documents and construction administration of government facilities including Value Engineering, Technical Evaluation, Plan Review, and RFP Development. He has 8 years experience in design and production of USACE facilities including over 25 DoD task orders and stand-alone contracts and recently completed the Emergency Management Institute – FEMA – L0156: Building Design for Homeland Security for Continuity of Operations (COOP) course.
Aaron also organizes the Cromwell Team for the Annual Committee for the Future’s Phone-A-Thon, benefitting Arkansas Children’s Hospital. His dedication to the phone-a-thon helped raise over $1,300 in the 2014.
When Aaron isn’t working diligently to finish a project, he spends his time pretending to be in meetings when he’s actually hiding from coworkers who want to show him cat videos.