Lloyd Scott is Professor of Sustainable Construction Technologies and Head of the Knowledge in Sustainable Construction Research Group at the Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), Ireland.
He is also Vice Chairman of the Board of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) and Chair of the Sustainable Environmental Engineering in Design for Society (SEEDS) Conference (2018-20).
He is a Visiting Professor of Practice in Sustainable Construction at the College of Architecture, Oklahoma University, USA (2014-) and member of the editorial board of Mass Timber Construction journal (2018-).
He was Assistant Head of the School of Construction at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) (2010-14). Before joining DIT he spent many years in the AEC in a supervisory capacity in a medium sized contracting practice having completed a carpentry and joinery apprenticeship.
He holds a Bachelor of Technology in Wood & Building Technology from the University of Limerick, Ireland (1988), a Master of Arts in Management from the Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland (2004) and a PhD from the University of Salford, United Kingdom (2012).
His research focuses on building performance, mass timber construction and knowledge and expertise in the AEC. He secured EU H2020 funding as part of the DRIVE-0 research project which focuses on Energy Retrofit. He teaches and publishes research in the area of learning, teaching and assessment in built environment education.
He has collaborated on planning/design build student competitions and studies with the University of Oklahoma and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. The competitions have been part of the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) program. He served as a board member of the ASC (2011-18).
He is author/editor of To Dallas and Back: The Oaklin Design Build experience (Dublin Institute of Technology, 2011) and has published academic journals including: Construction Management and Economics and European Journal for Engineering Education.