Scott Moses

Scott Moses

Project Architect

Wilderness Dreamer, Hooked On Cross-Fit, Powder Hound, Energy-Efficiency Innovator

Scott Moses is a licensed architect and Idaho native who has lived and worked in Montana and Wyoming throughout his professional career of over 25 years. Scott brings many years of passionate experience in sustainability. He finds it rewarding to explore and innovate design solutions that meet the client’s goals. Using natural materials, such as wood finishes, local stone, and green living walls as well as abundant glass and glazing, Scott strives to create spaces drenched in natural light with expansive views of the natural landscape. As a community volunteer, Scott has served on the USGBC Montana Board and is currently volunteering in therapeutic riding focusing on helping others with disabilities.

Q & A with Scott Moses

If you could only eat one dish for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Elk tenderloins, a baked potato dripping with real butter and a homegrown salad.

Favorite hobbies?

Urban agriculture, gardening, working on my truck, researching my heritage and the history of Idaho, Montana, & Wyoming.

What made you interested in design / architecture / engineering?

What initially lit me up was a study abroad course through the University of Rome where I visited and researched the Architectural History of Rome, Venice, Milan, Pisa and Florence.

Biggest challenge of your job?

Explaining the beneficial cost effects of building systems that reduce energy and water use, material selections based on the economic considerations of resilient design and building maintenance, and operations from a long-term operation sustainability perspective.