Scott Sower, AIA, CCCA

Principal / Studio Director

University of Miami (Ohio) / University of Texas at Arlington

Scott Sower is a Principal at GFF, Inc and leader of the Sower Studio

Upon receiving his Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1994, Mr. Sower began working with GFF. He achieved the designation of Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) in 1998 and became a licensed architect in the state of Texas in 2000. He has worked extensively with institutions including the YMCA’s of Metropolitan Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington, Park Place Dealerships and Cypress Equities West 7th development which spanned 5 city blocks in Fort Worth’s cultural district. Scott is a Principal and leads an architectural studio with a staff of 14.

Scott has consistently developed strong, productive relationships with his development teams which has led to most of the projects being with repeat clients. He has designed 18 different projects for the YMCA and over 100 different projects for Park Place Dealerships. Professionally he is now a member of both the American Institute of Architect (AIA) and Texas Society of Architects (TSA). His desire for success in all that he is associated with has translated into making Scott one of the firm’s fastest rising young architects.

GFF Softball 2015

On Thursday evenings, you can find a group of GFFers on the softball field. Last night was the end of the regular season and this year we had the most games won in a season and a blast playing every game! If you haven’t been able to come and watch, you’ll still have a chance to…

Hooked – Value Engineering

GFF Principals David Farrell and Scott Sower gave a great GFF University presentation on Value Engineering yesterday. In the photo below, they explain how we must adapt our thinking during the course of a project as more becomes known about the budget. For those of you who don’t know David, his presentations are never without great…