Scott holds dual roles at Engel Burman. As a Principal, he is actively involved in directing investment activity, managing the business operations, and driving corporate development. As President of EB Construction, he manages a team of more than ninety (90), and $1 billion in construction activity, including a robust preconstruction pipeline. Throughout his career, Scott has been deeply entrenched in commercial real estate, negotiating leases, acquisitions and dispositions, and arranging diverse financing transactions across a variety of industry sectors. He has skillfully structured complicated real estate development transactions, planned projects and developments, and secured difficult land use approvals and property entitlements.
Scott is an industry thought leader who has earned the trust of valued stakeholders by being knowledgeable, open-minded, and solution-oriented, yielding successes throughout the development process, construction cycle, and beyond. This same skill set enables him to tackle the inevitable challenges that come with overseeing a large, multi disciplinary organization that must function as an interrelated whole.
Scott is an active member of the community and serves on several boards including the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) Metro New York Chapter, the Real Estate Institute at Stony Brook College of Business, LIPA/PSEG Community Advisory, and as vice-chair to the Board of Trustees for the Long Island Children’s Museum. He is also a regular guest lecturer at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, as well as Stony Brook University School of Business, teaching construction and real estate development. Scott has been featured in media outlets for his expertise and frequently participates in industry panels. He earned his BA in Business from New York University Stern School of Business.