Scott Roark’s focus on client relationships and design team leadership is the catalyst for the successful projects he completes, many of which have received national and international awards. He relishes being part of a team tasked with creating long-lasting facilities that all can see and experience.
Roark joined Alper Audi in 1999 as a structural engineer and became a partner in 2015. As a principal, he manages work for multiple clients and contributes to business development success. He has designed new and renovated structures utilizing multiple building materials and framing applications for clients in the corporate, health care, research, education and distribution sectors, among others. He takes special pride in helping to create a positive company culture and in mentoring young engineers.
Roark’s extensive experience, technical acumen and responsiveness enable him to deliver timely, innovative and cost-effective project solutions.
Education Bachelor of Science, Physics, Nebraska Wesleyan (1997). Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering (1998), and Master’s degree, Civil Engineering (2000), Washington University in St. Louis.
Industry Engagement American Concrete Institute (ACI), American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), National Council of Examiners for Engineering & Surveying (NCEES) and Tilt-up Concrete Association (TCA).
In the Community Roark volunteers for the Catholic Youth Council (CYC) as a youth soccer, basketball and baseball coach. He is a trustee for the Ladue Wood subdivision. Roark previously served as an adjunct professor at Washington University (2001-2008).
“From a constructor’s point of view, it is good to know that the designer is always thoughtful of the items which contribute to a successful project.”