Scott S Turnipseed
Partner, Architect
Jim Turnipseed
Partner, Construction
Brennen Fitzgerald
Alicia Davis
Kristin McKenzie
Interior Designer
Erica Mosness
Project Manager
Scott received his design degree from the University of Colorado in 1982 and his architecture license in 1989 after several years in the trades swinging a hammer. After college, Scott worked for various firms in Colorado and the Chicago area as an architect, construction project manager and field superintendent. Scott founded Scott S. Turnipseed, AIA Architecture and Construction, Inc. in 1994 with a desire to live and work in the central Rockies. He has been in the custom residential design/build business for 30 years with over 100 projects in his portfolio. > email me
Jim received his degree in Construction Management from Colorado State University in 1987 after several years in the carpentry trades. After graduation, he began his career in Chicago working for a construction consultancy specializing in Owner's Representation, including institutional, commercial and residential projects. In 1997, Jim joined forces with Scott S. Turnipseed, AIA Architecture and Construction, Inc. to build fine homes and has since been involved in over 75 projects as a field superintendent and construction project manager. Jim remains active in consulting as an Owner's Representative on several high-end projects in the Aspen area. > email me
Brennen received his Bachelor's degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado in 1994. After completing a Masters of Architecture at the same institution in 1998, Brennen worked for a small Design Build firm, and the seed of the "complete project experience" was planted. Since joining Scott S. Turnipseed, AIA in 2000, he has worked on a wide variety of Architecture and Construction projects within the firm. He currently manages several Architecture projects which he has designed, including a custom residence in Bachelor Gulch, several custom Eagle Ranch Residences, and a small tenant finish retail space in Vail. Through traveling, study and recreation, Brennen strives to absorb as many profound examples of architecture and construction as possible. > email me