John B. Scholz



PROFESSIONAL LICENSES Registered Architect, New York, No. 11,806; 1972
Registered Architect, Maine, No. 716; 1973
NCARB Certificate, No. 12,998; 1973
EDUCATION Master of Science in Architecture, Columbia University
Major: Urban Design 1970
Master of Architecture, Columbia University 1969
AIA School Medal for Excellence in Architecture 1969
William Kinne Traveling Fellowship from Columbia University 1969
Lowenfish Thesis Design Award, Columbia University 1969
Founding and participating member of URBINO '68
(A three-week international design studio in Urbino, Italy)
B.A. Union College, Schenectady, New York 1963
EXPERIENCE 1971-Present: Principal of my firm in Maine providing Architectural/Engineering services
in New England and New York.
Prior to 1970, worked in New York City for architectural firms including:
William F. Pedersen & Associates
Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Carson Lundin & Shaw Architects
Hardy Holtzman Pfeiffer Architects
Harrison & Abromovitz Architects
Montgomery Weincoff Interior Design
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Institute of Architects, Maine Chapter
Member Executive Committee, 2000-2001
National Historic Preservation Trust
Maine Olmsted Alliance: Former Member of the Advisory Board
Center for Maine Contemporary Art:
    Former Board Member, Chair of Facilities Committee

Kneisel Hall Chamber Music School, Blue Hill, ME:
    Trustee, Former Chair of Planning
    & Building Committee
Town of Camden Planning Board: Member

Camden Public Safety Building:
   Chair of the Building Committee, 2001-2002
Ragged Mountain Redevelopment Committee:
   Chair Building Committee, 2009-10
P.A.W.S. Animal Adoption Center:
   Former Vice-President, Board Member
   Member of Facilities Committee