Scott Chamberlain

Senior Associate


Scott Chamberlain joined WJE in 2007 with an extensive background and experience in the investigation and rehabilitation of the building envelope, including brick and stone masonry, all types of flat and sloped roofing systems, and window and curtain wall systems. He has specific expertise in the investigation and mitigation of deterioration resulting from water infiltration. His experience also includes all phases of the architectural design, document production, and construction administration process.

Mr. Chamberlain is also experienced in the investigation, evaluation and restoration of concrete parking structures and buildings. Types of structures include reinforced cast-in- place, precast, prestressed, and post- tensioned concrete; and filigree type concrete construction.

Mr. Chamberlain has a thorough knowledge of investigation methods necessary to perform all aspects of building envelope investigation including ASTM, FM, and AAMA testing. He works closely with members of investigation and design project teams to develop cost- effective methods of restoration that provide successful solutions.


Building Envelope Assessment

  • Exterior building envelope assessments of multiple buildings for high-end commercial properties and educational institutions including:
    • University of Connecticut
    • Yale University
    • Fairfield Public Schools
    • Rockefeller Center Management Corporation
    • Columbia University
    • Quinnipiac University
    • Citicorp
    • Schering Plough


Roofing and Waterproofing

  • Multiple buildings owned by Southern New England Telephone Co. (SNET)(now AT&T) - CT
  • Landmark at Eastview - Tarrytown, NY: LCOR Incorporated
  • 605 Third Avenue, Fisher Brothers Management Corporation - New York, NY


Masonry Deterioration

  • Pondview Corporate Center, Fusco Management Corporation - Farmington, CT
  • Yale University School of Medicine, Farnham Memorial Building - New Haven, CT
  • IBM - Southbury, CT: Wall flashing rehabilitation


Parking Structures

  • Union Carbide Corporate Headquarters - Danbury, CT: Structural rehabilitation
  • Greenwich Capital Markets - Greenwich, CT: Structural evaluation and repair
Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architects
Construction Specifications Institute


California University of Pennsylvania
Associate of Science and Technology, 1986