Scott Nunn graduated with a B.S. and Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1997 and 2001 respectively. Growing up in the small town of Burkburnett, TX, Scott always enjoyed walking through homes in his neighborhood as they were being built and looking at house plans in magazines. Initially, Scott was drawn to engineering, and while pursuing that path, he discovered architecture. After taking his first architectural studio, he knew he’d found where he was supposed to be.
Scott has been working under Principal David Stocker for about 12 years, and officially joined the SHM team in May 2007. He enjoys residential construction over commercial because of its more personalized nature. While people may visit inspiring commercial architecture, their lives happen at home. Residential architecture is an extension of who the homeowners are, and Scott finds great satisfaction in bringing out those personalities through the design and construction process.
In his spare time, Scott enjoys spending time with his family, particularly cycling and swimming with his three kids. Scott has run the White Rock Marathon twice, and has cycled the the Hotter’N Hell and the Iron Butt twice each, setting his age group’s record at the Iron Butt in 1988 at 263 miles in 24 hours.