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Scotney
Fenton

Architect
Restoration
Partner

Scotney's more than 20 years at žžƵ have given him a deep understanding of historic structures, culminating in his leadership of our Restoration focus market. 

Scotney has significant experience with new and existing buildings, additions, restorations, and rehabilitation projects. He has worked on restoring some of Iowa's most iconic buildings, including the Iowa State Capitol, the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates, the Woodbury County Courthouse, and the Iowa Governor's residence at Terrace Hill.  

His broad expertise and attention to detail ensure optimal attention to building evaluations, life safety code and handicapped accessibility upgrades, schematic design, preparation of construction documents, and coordination with other planners, engineers, and specialized consultants, from start to end of each project. Scotney has a particular love for historic buildings in communities large and small, and has worked with public, nonprofit, and private entities to bring new life to them. 

He holds a Master of Architecture with an emphasis in Historic Preservation from Ball State University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Iowa State University.