Scott Weir (M. Arch, LEED AP, CAHP) is a Principal at E.R.A. Architects Inc., and holds a post-professional Master’s degree in Architecture. Scott has been with the firm since 2000 and specializes in heritage conservation, with a particular interest in adaptive reuse, residential design, heritage planning and advocacy for heritage buildings, cities and the built environment.
An avid photographer, bibliophile and writer, his interest in cultural theory and North American urbanism has led to his work being published in a variety of architectural periodicals, including an award-winning column on architecture, urbanism and conservation for the National Post. Scott regularly guest lectures for various programs at University of Toronto, York, Ryerson and Carleton Universities. He has been formally trained in the conservation of windows, masonry, carpentry, books and works on paper, as well as cemetery and monument repair and maintenance. Scott also enjoys getting his hands dirty in his own conservation and construction projects and harbors an obsession with his hometown, Detroit.