Leads DLR Group’s Cultural+Performing Arts Studio
Scott Cryer leads DLR Group’s Cultural+Performing Arts Studio. Scott heads a team of architects and engineers who create cultural facilities for communities across the country. His commitment to accessibility is evident in his work at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the renovation of John Eberson’s historic Tampa Theatre. Scott advocates for accessibility in the built environment and he sees museums as an excellent proving ground socially, civically, and spatially to go beyond minimum code requirements to expand access and inclusion.