The Minneapolis studio of Perkins and Will welcomes Scott Davidson, who takes the helm of the studio’s health practice, joining as associate principal. In his new role, he will lead the charge to serve a greater number of healthcare clients in the Upper Midwest, all while striving to uphold Perkins and Will’s promise of highly sustainable patient- and caregiver-centered design.
Davidson has more than 25 years of architecture experience, particularly with medical facilities. Some of his most recognizable projects include Fairview Southdale Emergency Center, Mayo Clinic’s Center for Advanced Imaging Research, and Children’s National PULSE. Passionate about learning and education, Davidson also served as an adjunct associate professor in the University of Minnesota’s School of Architecture and as an instructor in the Minneapolis Community and Technical College’s Architecture Department. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).