Profile

Mr. Scott Compton, AIA

Principal,
Compton Insights

Contact Details

Compton Insights
Kennett Square, PA

Bio

Scott Compton is a Principal with Compton Insights, an architecture and planning firm focused on sustainable solutions to extend the lifecycle of existing buildings and campuses.  Scott holds a five-year Bachelor of Architecture degree from Temple University's School of Architecture. He is an NCARB Certificate Holder, a LEED Accredited Professional, and is registered in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. As 2019 Chair of AIA National's Corporate Architects and Facility Managers Advisory Group (CAFM), he works to develop content for the knowledge community.  Locally, Scott served as the 2018 President of AIA Pennsylvania and regularly advocates for legislation impacting the built environment.

Education

Temple University Architecture
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
B. Arch, 1987
Architecture
1981 To 1987
Dissertation: Private / Public Segregation in a Monastic Setting
Advisor: Emanual Kelly, FAIA

Job History

Compton Insights
Principal
Kennett Square, PA, United States
August 2019 - present

Klein and Hoffman, Architectural and Structural Engineering
Managing Principal
Philadelphia, PA, United States
June 2016 - July 2019

Entech Engineering / Entech Architectural Services
Principal
Reading, PA, United States
April 2007 - April 2016

McClenaghan & Compton Architects
Principal
Unionville, PA, United States
October 1991 - March 2007

Specialties

  • Accessibility Compliance
  • Code Compliance
  • Energy Analysis and Design
  • Existing Facilities Surveys
  • Expert Witness
  • Facility Evaluation Services
  • Facility Management
  • Historic Preservation
  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis
  • Maintenance and Operational Programming
  • Program Management
  • Project Financing
  • Project Representation
  • Site Development Planning
  • Strategic Facility Planning
  • Testing and Inspection Administration

Affiliations

  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
  • Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)

Interests

  • Integrated Campus Master Planning, Strategic Facilities Planning, Space Planning, Energy, Historic Preservation, ADA Universal Design, Government Affairs