Scott Nall, PE

Federal Market Principal

Scott has over 30 years in the A/E industry and is a veteran with 26 years of service in the U.S. military. Over the course of his career, he has worked on civilian and military projects around the globe. As a military veteran he understands that the mission is paramount and is committed to providing our warfighters only the best in operational facilities. With this understanding of the unique requirements of DoD facilities, Scott is committed to providing our federal clients quality projects on time and on budget.

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“As a veteran, I know how important it is to provide solutions to our military clients that meet their unique mission and operational requirements. Our men and women in uniform deserve the very best facilities so that they can protect and defend our country.”

How does an airport, through a building project, create a more pleasant passenger experience? That’s the multi-million-dollar question. While there are some universal challenges and solutions, such as creating new spaces creates new possibilities, no two solutions are exactly the same. Take a look at a $90 million terminal expansion at Will Rogers World Airport […]

For the past seven years, the Office of Management and Enterprise Services and the State Capitol Repair Expenditure Oversight Committee have partnered with historical, architectural and engineering experts on the Oklahoma Capitol Restoration Project to improve safety and accessibility, modernize equipment and infrastructure, and elevate the visual grandeur across every square inch of the 105-year-old […]

On Thursday afternoon, the Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council (CJAC) met at the new MAPS 3 Convention Center to consider hiring a new jail consulting firm. CJAC has always been an idea group and was the body that developed the idea of a Jail Trust and a separate administrator for the jail other than […]

A new wing at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City will soon welcome passengers once security measures are put in place next week, with flights anticipated to take off from the expansion’s four new gates by the end of the month. The $90 million construction project began more than two years ago and will […]