Scott Neeley Architecture is a small architectural practice founded by Scott Neeley. The practice is collaborative. We work closely with our clients and provide careful and consistent attention to goals and budgets. Projects are developed through a combination of Scott's vision and experience and the skills of staff members. We typically involve consulting engineers and builders early in our projects to benefit from their perspectives and expertise. The office opened in Davis, California, in 1999, and relocated to Tucson in 2008. Scott now divides his time between Tucson and Austin. Our projects have received numerous recognitions, including several awards from the American Institute of Architects.
Scott Neeley Architecture has completed projects of many different types; however, the best fit for our experience and expertise tends to be architecture in historic areas. Our designs are both contextual and contemporary: they have discernable connections to historic precedents and are expressive of current building technologies. We have a strong interest in new infill development, and in addition to providing architectural services, we are open to joint-ventures or partnering on select projects.
Scott Neeley, AIA, is the firm principal. He earned his B.A. in studio art from Brown University and his M. Arch. from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was a University Fellow. He worked first as a design / build contractor, then as a project architect with William Turnbull Associates of San Francisco. He has taught architecture at the University of Nebraska and the University of Arizona and is active in professional and community affairs. Scott maintains architectural licenses in Arizona, California, Texas, and North Carolina.