Lena Scott, Principal-In-Charge of Interior Architecture, is pleased to announce Elizabeth Blunck has (re) joined Davis Carter Scott as Project Director.  “It’s a Homecoming we couldn’t be more excited about,” Lena shares about Elizabeth’s return to DCS where she began her early career as a Design Professional. 

Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design from Drexel University, and possesses over 27 years of experience in interior architecture, design, and project management.  Her expertise includes the design and day-to-day management of large corporate and institutional projects.  

Prior to rejoining DCS, Elizabeth was a Project Director at DBI Architecture for 17 years.  Elizabeth’s noteworthy projects include the design of over 1 million square feet of office and public spaces for the Securities and Exchange Commission; 250,000 square feet for the Federal Trade Commission; 120,000 square feet for The National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities; BAE Systems, for which the team was awarded a prestigious NAIOP Award of Excellence; and the Vice President’s Residency.     

“Elizabeth is a wonderful addition to our interiors management team,” Lena further comments. “She’s a family member who has come home, and we’re so excited to welcome her back.” 

Davis Carter Scott is very excited to see our client LMO Advertising be featured in Arlington Economic Development's new video series, Arlington Awesome Offices.  Produced by the Arlington Real Estate Group (AREG) and hosted by Jessica Miller, Co-Chair of AREG, the video highlights how LMO underwent a complete culture change, moving from a closed, employee-isolating work environment to a highly energetic, open, collaborative one.

Also, DCS-designed LMO Advertising was named one of Greater Washington's "2014 Best Places to Work" by the Washington Business Journal.  LMO employees nominated the company and answered detailed survey questions regarding why they believe they work for "The Best Place" in the Washington DC area.  WBJ recognizes companies in small, medium and large business categories.
Fairfax County honored Davis Carter Scott with their 2014 Environmental Excellence Award in the Business category. The Environmental Excellence Awards recognize County residents, organizations, businesses and County employees who are dedicated to sustainability and support County environmental initiatives.   The accolade recognizes Davis Carter Scott’s dedication to creating new buildings, spaces and places that are exemplars of sustainable practice; upgrading existing buildings to higher levels of performance; designing healthy spaces in which people live and work; and creating green communities that lie easy on the earth.

In selecting DCS Design for the award, Linda Burchfiel, an At-Large member of the Environmental Quality Advisory Council, cited over four decades of sustainable design, community and industry outreach through an annual GreenWeek Symposium, and ongoing participation in County led efforts such as Chairman Bulova’s Private Sector Energy Task Force as key contributions recognized by the Advisory Council.

Utilizing an integrated team-oriented project approach, DCS has worked closely with leading developers, building owners, consultants, general contractors and County staff to design over 13 Million square feet of space designed for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEEDTM) certification. Spaces include Offices, Civic Buildings, Multi-Family Housing, and Education Facilities. 

Two projects designed by Davis Carter Scott and constructed by HITT Contracting received Excellence in Constructing Awards from the American Builders and Contractors Metro Washington Chapter. The Annual event which recognizes and celebrates outstanding projects built by Washington-area ABC members selected The Lyric (440 K Street) for an Award of Excellence and The Brady Campaign for Honorable Mention.