Scot Bennett Named Regional Director for Fort Worth

  • Sep 29, 2017

The Beck Group, the integrated architecture and construction firm, announced that Scot Bennett has been promoted to regional director of the firm’s Fort Worth office.

Bennett, an architecture and construction industry veteran with 20 years’ experience, will manage design and construction operations. His responsibilities include strategic planning, operations, client relationships, business development, project execution, staffing and safety for the Fort Worth office.

Additionally, Bennett will continue to grow the brand’s deep legacy in the city, which has played a role in shaping modern-day Fort Worth. Beck has worked on key projects there, 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.

“Scot is a strategic thinker who excels at building client relationships and business. He is a trusted leader within our organization and is dedicated to providing his team with mentorship and development,” said Fred Perpall, chief executive officer.

Prior to the promotion, Bennett was director of client services in Fort Worth, where he successfully led strategic relationships and business development. He joined Beck in 2013.

Bennett earned a degree in architecture from Woodbury University and studied business at Arizona State University.

An active member of the Fort Worth community, he’s involved with the Fort Worth Chamber, the Real Estate Council and Urban Land Institute. He resides in Fort Worth with his wife, Megan, and son, Oliver.