Principal + Architect
Scott Veerman is a registered architect in Alaska, Colorado and Hawaii, a LEED accredited professional and a member of the American Institute of Architects. A fourth generation Alaskan, Scott’s family roots in the north predate World War II, back to territorial days.
Scott has nearly 20 years of experience providing architectural design, project management, sustainable design, construction administration, specification writing, code analysis, and production coordination for a wide array of building types. Scott has served a central role on many complex projects throughout Alaska with large team compositions, specialty design components and unique program requirements. His portfolio includes laboratories, healthcare facilities, medical and dental clinics, offices, higher education, and multi-family residential projects. A quick thinker but measured speaker, Scott’s strength is in formulating strategy, evaluating opportunity, and clearly articulating options. With NorthForm Architecture, Scott’s vision is to build a company based on unparalleled client service where collaboration and commitment-to-cause are central to design.
Notable Past Experience
UAA Campus Design Standards
Copper River Native Association – Robert Marshall Building
State of Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory
Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center
Alaska Center for Oral + Facial Surgery
UAA Parrish Pedestrian Bridge
Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute
Sunshine Community Health Center