Executive Returns to The Beck Group as Chief Revenue Officer

Scott Lowe worked at Beck—the Dallas-based leader in integrated design-build services—from 1998 to 2005. He left the firm to co-found Dallas-based 5G Studio Collaborative, where he became CEO and led its expansion and growth until 2023.

Longtime industry executive Scott Lowe has returned to The Beck Group as chief revenue officer of the Dallas-based leader in integrated design-build services.

“Thinking about the future of Beck, I’m filled with great optimism,” Beck Group CEO Fred Perpall said in a statement. “Adding Scott Lowe to our team builds upon that. He’s a high-caliber leader with a remarkable 20-year track record in our industry. His leadership will strengthen our opportunities, growth, and success ahead.”

Lowe worked at Beck from 1998 to 2005. He left the firm to co-found Dallas-based 5G Studio Collaborative, where he became CEO and led its expansion and growth until 2023.

“I’m thrilled to be back at Beck and play a role in expanding our architecture and design-build practice for long-term growth,” Lowe said in a statement. “With its impressive portfolio and commitment to innovation, Beck is prime to deliver more outstanding projects for clients here and abroad.”

CRO role is a new one at Beck

The chief revenue officer role is a new one at Beck, and is designed to maximize and grow the firm’s architectural and design-build services across its nine U.S. and Mexico-based offices.

Since expanding to include design-build and architecture practices in 1999, Beck said it has experienced impressive growth. The firm recently completed designing and constructing the new mixed-use development at Phipps Plaza in Atlanta. The project features a five-star Nobu Hotel and Restaurant, a 13-story Class A Office Tower, and an anchor building with a Life Time Fitness location.

Beck said its other notable projects include reimagining the Mexico City Campus for Tecnológico de Monterrey after the devastating 2017 earthquake. Locally, Beck is the designer-builder of Old Parkland’s new East Campus, which topped out earlier this year.

The Beck Group said it is a collaborative team of architects, builders, and technology experts transforming how its clients design and build.

The century-old firm is the largest design-build firm in the U.S., with 1,000 employees in nine offices across the U.S. and Mexico.

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