Scott Wallace holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from California State Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, and has specialized in the structural design of diverse commercial and residential projects for close to twenty years. Scott founded Scott Wallace Structural Engineers in 1992, and with his staff he provides services throughout California and Nevada.

As lead engineer, project manager, or a design team member, Scott has been closely involved with a number of significant buildings, including: Garden Grove Intersection Rehabilitation Project, San Diego Business Park, Carmel Valley Employment Center, Pacifica Office Building, Little Company of Mary Hospital, Westlake Plaza Center II, Bel Air Chalet Condominiums, Builders Emporium, Laguna Lido Bridge, Mount of Olives Lutheran Church, San Francisco International Airport, Bellagio Hotel, University of California at Irvine Music Building, the Guggenheim Museum in the Venetian Las Vegas, Santana Row in San Jose, and BART Station expansion & improvements.

In 2002, Scott received recognition for his work on the renowned light towers at Los Angeles International Airport, consisting of 30 towering, illuminated glass columns, which form the new gateway to LAX. 

Scott is a Registered Structural Engineer in the State of California, Registered Civil Engineer in both California and Nevada, and is licensed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.  He is a member of the Structural Engineers Association of Southern California, American Society of Civil Engineers, Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada, Metal Stud Association, American Plywood Association, and California Glass Association. 

Scott is a perfectionist in his work, but his sense of humor and down-to-earth style create an atmosphere of collegiality with his clients which has resulted in his reputation as the structural engineer of choice.