Scott Frank has more than 30 years of experience with JB&B designing innovative and high-performance HVAC systems for a wide range of commercial and institutional building projects, both in North America and abroad. Mr. Frank now serves as a Managing Partner at Jaros, Baum & Bolles with firm-wide
technical practice and leadership responsibilities. He also continues to lead HVAC project design teams as well as the Sustainable Design practice area at JB&B with a focus on low-carbon solutions for both new and existing buildings, including the Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park, the office towers at the World Trade Center site, and the Central Energy Plant at Columbia University’s Manhattanville campus. Additionally, he has served as Lead Engineer and Partner-in-Charge on projects for Kent State University in Ohio, MIT in Boston, and a new educational campus in Mexico City. As part of his longstanding involvement in sustainability in the built environment, he has been appointed to numerous committees, working groups and advisory boards related to environmental regulation and advocacy in New York City. Mr. Frank has been integral to JB&B’s strategic investment in THRUX, a software startup launched in 2019 that taps into the full potential of a complete MEP engineering design platform, automating many of the labor-intensive tasks required for our services. Mr. Frank holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master’s degree in Engineering from Cornell University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and is a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional.