Scott Davidson, AIA, ACHE, recently brought his nearly 25 years of experience to BWBR, bolstering a medical planning team that has designed high-profile projects in both urban and rural communities throughout the Upper Midwest and Plains states.
Davidson’s experience spans the nation on projects from Maryland to Texas and California as well as throughout the Upper Midwest, Plains, and Mountain states. Among those include new critical access hospitals; specialized spaces for nuclear medicine, pediatric molecular imaging, and hybrid cath labs; and campus master plans. Additionally, Davidson was a medical planner on a 22-story international hospital in Bangkok, Thailand.
Beyond his design work, Davidson has been a professor-in-practice and adjunct assistant professor in the College of Design at the University of Minnesota.
Davidson is a graduate of Montana State University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree and has specialized certificates in Lean/Six Sigma from the University of St. Thomas.