Bob Score, AIA
Bob Score is a Project Manager with over twenty-five years of experience in historic preservation architecture. He has been with Harboe Architects since its inception in 2006 and previously worked with Gunny Harboe at McClier starting in 2000. Mr. Score also worked as an architect for Ann Beha Associates in Boston, MA between 1996 and 2000 where he worked on the restoration of historic museums and cultural properties throughout the United States. He also recently worked for Consigli Construction whereas Director of Historic Preservation hew collaborated with design architects to develop historic preservation treatments as well as with crafts people and subcontractors to develop treatment mock-ups and maintain a high level of quality through construction.
Mr. Score earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University. He earned his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana in 1994 with a specialization in Historic Preservation. As part of his master’s studies he completed a semester at Tongi University in Shanghai, China. Mr. Score is a licensed architect in the State of Illinois and is NCARB certified.
At Harboe Architects, Mr. Score is responsible for leading projects from design through construction, overseeing staff, coordinating with consultants and contractors and developing positive relationships with our clients. He is well versed on restoration issues involving masonry, windows, cast iron, interior finishes, façade inspections, and building assessments. Some of his recent projects with Harbor Architects include: Merestead, Chief of Mission Residence - Paris France, Taliesin West Preservation Master Plan, Robie House Assessment, Conservation Management Plan and Restoration, Unity Temple Preservation Master Plan and Restoration, and Sullivan Center Cast Iron Restoration and Cornice Restoration.
Mr. Score’s experience leading preservation for a construction manager in addition to working as an architect has allowed him the unique opportunity of collaborating on preservation projects both as a design lead as well as the leader of crafts people executing the work. While with Consigli Mr. Score’s projects included Menokin, Harvard Hall, the U.S. Capitol Olmstead Terrace, and the U.S. Botanic Garden.
Mr. Score is active in the preservation field. He was chair of the Historic Resources Committee of the Chicago Chapter of the AIA from 2000 to 2002. Bob is also a Director of the Association for Preservation Technology. Mr. Score is the founder and Past-President of the Western Great Lakes Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology. He speaks regularly to various professional organizations and at conferences on preservation topics.