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Cameron B. Scott, AIA

Principal

Mr. Scott has been practicing architecture since 1984 and joined Cheatham & Fletcher in 1985 prior to his promotion to principal partner in 1987. Before joining Cheatham & Fletcher, Mr. Scott was associated with an Aiken, SC architectural firm where he accumulated three years of apprenticeship.

While growing up in Aiken, SC, Mr. Scott gained a deep appreciation for the fine residential architecture of the Winter Colony, and the unpretentious structures of the horse training industry. His appreciation of these beautiful structures has made him especially interested in preserving historical and architecturally significant buildings.

Since joining the firm, Mr. Scott has been involved with significant renovation and adaption projects in the Aiken-Augusta area including the Monte Sano Elementary School, St. Mary on the Hill Catholic School, the Augusta National Golf Club, the Aiken Center for the Arts and the Church of the Good Shepherd. In recent years Mr. Scott’s efforts have been concentrated on church and institutional facilities. He has been the principal project manager in charge of several projects including the Glenn Hills High School Renovation and Expansion, the Augusta-Richmond County Museum, the Westminster Day School, the Warren Road Elementary School Renovation and Expansion, and the Patriots Park Indoor Recreation Complex in Columbia County.

Mr. Scott serves as the Principal Project Manager for Cheatham, Fletcher, Scott Architects overseeing the production and coordination of all major projects.

 

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts in Design, Clemson University 1981
  • Master of Arts in Architecture, Clemson University 1984

Registrations & Affiliations

  • Registered in the State of South Carolina No. 3411
  • American Institute of Architects, Augusta Chapter, Past President
  • Current Board Member for the Aiken Center for the Arts
  • Current President of the Aiken High School All-Sports Booster Club
  • Former Board Member of the Aiken Sunrise Rotary Club
  • Former Deacon First Presbyterian Church Aiken
  • Aiken County Leadership Class 1986