Scott Purdy, Vice President, Founding Partner, Architect
Scott’s experience as an Architect began at a very young age. His father was the Principal Architect of a very influential and respected firm in the Tampa Bay Area. Scott began working within the industry as a draftsman long before he began his formal education at Mississippi State University. Because of his early training, Scott is very adept at executing the applications of architecture in a very expeditious manner. As Vice President at Hartley + Purdy Architecture, Inc. Scott manages our hospitality accounts for architectural Design. He has gained great knowledge of the accessibility standards and code compliance for public-use structures. Scott is the lead architect for all of McDonald’s new development and remodeling in the State of Florida and Southern Georgia.
Hartley + Purdy Architecture, Inc.
Hartley + Purdy Architecture is a full service Architecture firm, specializing in commercial office, retail, and residential architecture, including office buildings, banks, commercial and retail developments, hotels, restaurants, entertainment venues, and houses. Our company prides itself on our ability to offer an extensive range of professional services tailored to fit the specific needs of each individual client. The relationships we build assisting our clients to achieve their design and construction goals are the foundation of our professional practice. Careful analysis of our clients’ needs and the accurate communication and coordination of these requirements are essential elements in every successful project.
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