Miller Hull

Scott Wolf

FAIA, Partner

Seattle Studio

Since joining Miller Hull in 1993, Scott Wolf has been a leading contributor on highly sustainable, well-received public projects. He encourages ideas from the client, community and entire consultant team to shape the project into a comprehensive and integrated solution. Collaboration is evident and is facilitated by an exploratory design process that cuts across disciplines, bringing together clients, engineers, landscape architects and artists. He has been an important contributor to Miller Hull’s rise to national leadership in sustainable design and has led a number of projects for public agencies. Scott has been responsible for many of Miller Hull’s most complex and highest profile projects, including the 333 Dexter Mixed-Used Development with Kilroy Realty and the Santa Monica City Yards.

Scott received his master’s degree in architecture from the University of Oregon and has gone on to speak regularly at conferences or guest lecture on the subject of sustainable infrastructure and responsible water strategies in design. He is involved with numerous boards and committees.

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Related Projects

  • 333 Dexter
  • Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station
  • Lions Gate Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • LOTT Clean Water Alliance Regional Services Center
  • Mercer Island Fire Station 92
  • Nichols/Yeaman Residence
  • Olympic College, Poulsbo
  • Pierce County Environmental Services Building
  • Point Roberts Land Port of Entry
  • Police Department
  • Santa Monica City Yards
  • Sky Ranch
  • West Campus Utility Plant
  • Willamette River Water Treatment Plant