About Scott Mosby
Scott Mosby is known for his candor and plain spoken explanations in building methods and technology and brought him into his role as public speaker, construction industry trainer and radio personality. Scott's industry activism and his sense of purpose delivers a message promoting mobility and comfort in our homes, energy conservation for our national security, and sustainable building methods for health and comfort. Scott is President of Mosby Building Arts, Ltd., a residential architecture, remodeling and consulting firm founded by his father, Sam Mosby, in 1947.
Scott's career began in 1969 with positions as carpenter, job-site foreman, superintendent, Master Builder, building designer, and radio show host. Scott describes himself as life long student and has earned industry certifications including CGR, CAPS, CGB, Shell Specialist, Systems Specialist, Building Analyst, and an under graduate degree in business.
After his college years Scott was convinced that a better, more inclusive method of planning, designing, and remodeling homes was essential for consumers to benefit from the value within their homes. Scott's company, Mosby Building Arts reflects his vision and purpose, and his company consistently ranks as an industry leader. Scott's daily responsibilities include leading a full-service team of Licensed Architects, Certified Designers, and Master Carpenters that annually completes over 300 projects and 500 consulting visits.
Mosby Building Arts is recognized as a National Top 20 Remodeling Firm, and has received a Better Business Bureau Torch Award, as well as a Small Business Administration Family-Owned Business award. The firm is often recognized with local and national awards for design, work quality and construction methods.
Scott and his wife, Judy, live with their two sons in Glendale. Activities include water & snow sports, tennis, golf, white-water kayaking, reading and family time together.