Scott Wolf named to American Institutes of Architects’ College of Fellows


By Sonya Kendall, Associate Director of Engagement

Published 6.26.12


We are thrilled to highlight Scott Wolf (EC5) who was elevated to the 2012 Class of the American Institute of Architects' College of Fellows in recognition of the national impact he has had regarding the rich and diverse opportunities associated with sustainable water, wastewater and stormwater management.

Scott shares with his fellow Presidians, "Being named FAIA is one of the highest honors that an architect can achieve and only a small percentage are so recognized.  I am humbled to be in such great company and have been fortunate to be surrounded by people throughout my career who provide the necessary support to make this type of award possible."

Through his sustainable design, advocacy and outreach efforts, Scott is the embodiment of a true Presidian as he inspires his colleagues, public works officials and policymakers to become thoughtful, active stewards of our planet’s most basic and vital natural resource:  water.

Scott is a Partner at The Miller Hull Partnership, recipient of the 2003 AIA National Firm Award and widely recognized as a leader in environmentally responsible design.  Since joining Miller Hull in 1993, Scott has built a national reputation as a sustainable design leader, with a focus on innovative and responsible water, wastewater and stormwater strategies. His projects have received  widespread recognition, including two AIA National COTE Top Ten Earth Day Awards and two AIA National Honor Awards.

Sonya Kendall, Associate Director of Engagement

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