As a founding partner of Butler Brothers companies, Bo is a practicing architect and serves as the President of Butler Brothers Construction. He also plays a lead role in the Development and Architecture practices, drawing on over 20 years of professional experience. Bo earned his Environmental Design undergraduate degree and Master of Architecture degree from Texas A&M University and the University of Houston, respectively. Prior to founding his own company, Bo gained valuable master planning experience and project management skills with notable architecture firms FKP and Kirksey. Project highlights included the design and renovation of Memorial Hermann administrative offices and the design of the MD Anderson Cancer Center. He also amassed valuable project management and master planning experience for the U.S. Air Force, Page Southerland Page, and for PGAL. He is an active part of his community as well, serving on multiple professional and non-profit boards.
GHBA 2017 President.
Scott has been the President of Butler Brothers Development and Vice President Butler Brothers Construction since inception in 2003. He is also a Partner of Butler Brothers Architecture responsible for design and production. Scott studied Environmental Design at Texas A&M and earned his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Houston. He worked for notable firms such as Page Southerland Page, Mirador Group, and Glassman Shoemake Maldonado. He played central roles as an architect for the Memorial Hospital/Sisters of Charity ambulatory care facilities, renovation of the historic Rice Hotel, the Metropolis Lofts and also specialized in restaurant and retail design. He also contributed his creativity, knowledge, and skill to projects in the Woodlands Research Forest and Rice University as well. Scott enjoys participating in charitable work and is on the board of Neuhaus Education Center as well as a house community member of River Oaks Country Club.