Scot Bennett Makes List of Fort Worth’s Most Influential People
- Aug 5, 2019
Scot Bennett, regional director of The Beck Group’s Fort Worth office, is on Fort Worth Inc. Magazine’s list of most influential people in the city.
According to Hal A. Brown, owner, and publisher of Fort Worth Inc., “the individuals on this list have the elusive combination of elements that allows them to get their way. They affect life in Greater Fort Worth on a grand scale.”
Bennett has played a vital role with the City of Fort Worth, local community leaders, and Event Facilities Fort Worth in strengthening minority outreach on behalf of Beck’s construction project at Dickies Arena. He also helped to establish The Beck School of Construction, a construction program for minority-owned businesses in partnership with The City of Fort Worth.
As regional director, Bennett manages the firm’s design and construction operations in Fort Worth. His responsibilities include strategic planning, operations, client relationships, business development, project execution, staffing, and safety.
Beck has a deep legacy in Fort Worth and has worked on critical projects in the city, including the Tandy Center, 777 Main, Sundance Square, the Radio Shack Corporate Campus (now TCCD), Kimbell Museum of Art Piano Pavilion, several buildings at Texas Christian University, and the new Dickie’s Arena, still in construction.